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To expand on my last post about continuing your web education, there are many specific things that you can leverage the web for to build your professional reputation and add to your resume. As people go about continuing their education, at some point everyone becomes an expert in something.

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And that’s why I’m so proud of my friend Rachel, as she passed her final test to complete her MBA.

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Google released a tool yesterday called Google Browser Size in effort to show how users with various screen sizes see your site. They also wrote up a blog post about it.

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I’m not sure why you decided to read this. Nobody sets out to fail, do they? Maybe you just wanted something to read while you had your lunch today. Or maybe you suspect I am being facetious.

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First and foremost I wanted to thank everyone who took the time to fill out the survey. The feedback from this has been amazing and I know everyone has been anticipating the results. These results will help others shape and make informed decisions about their web environment. I have a feeling most of you are already scrolling through it right now, I don’t blame you.

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In a previous post, I talked about how to start getting your internal knowledge into a knowledge base. But just because you’ve built a knowledge base, doesn’t mean people will begin using it.

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Speaker: Fritz McDonald, VP of Creative Strategy, Stamats, Inc. (Sorry, I came in late to the session) Listen to your audience – how many people asked their audience if they WANTED a Facebook page? A network may be better to a Facebook page – your audience might view it as different.

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If you work in higher ed, you have people who have become fixtures. They roll up all of the tiny details, the business processes and procedures, into their heads like a Katamari.

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