Five for Friday

This was on helluva quick week for me. Aside from being shortened by the fourth, I spent yesterday at home hanging with Baby Espo and running a ton of errands in preparation for his Christening tomorrow. In the office we’re also cranking up the gears on a project that I am uber-amped for. How was your week? Any big plans for the weekend? Hope you have a good one and here’s this week’s edition of Five for Friday. Catch you next week!

10 Reasons I’m Not Going To Talk About Google+ – this past week seemed like everyone was racing to get out a blog post or top 10 list of reasons to use Google+ and to be honest it was quite nauseating. This post is anti-that and also mixes in some good humor with some facts and assumptions.

Unlocking Viral Secrets On Facebook: MIT Study – While I hate the useage  of viral in the title, this article from Fast Company offers some pretty interesting findings on marketing tactics and their results in the social space.

How “Case Study Blindness” Can Kill Innovation – Have you ever had a brilliant idea that was a surefire win to only have it killed because you couldn’t point to a case study of someone who had done something similar? I thought so. Check out this post on what it can kill on top of your spirit.

Me and the mustard – This post from Geoff Livingston puts the spotlight on the “me” and “I” in social media. Are you overusing the condiment?

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