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Why Do I Need A Digital Asset Manager?
At a recent Digital Asset Management Conference, I was asked to present on the role of the Digital Asset Manager (what I do on a daily...
#audiomo 2014 Day2 - Energy Drinks culture.
Concerned about the increasing consumption of so called 'energy drinks' , by all age groups, including those youngsters who should be...
Energy drinks...Yuck! I will never enter the Energy Drink cult. Mive me a good strong cuppa coffee! :-)
Very meaingful remarks, macolgan. Nice story too! Well done that you talked to the guy. Such sharing is important; let's fight the world's anonymity. We are human, we like it human, let's keep it human!
Thanks Mac. A story I certainly can relate to :)
Thank you for sharing that story, macolgan. A truly beautiful boo.
Reasons for life. #morningthoughts
@N2fgc - The Blue Tits are the best at finding those wee buggers :) Yes.. a secret opening is in place ;?)
You know the song: Gray skies are gonna clear up...Put on a happy face! :-) Did you ask about a gate in that fence, Mac? And remember, little buggers may find the roses tasty, but the birds like the little buggers. :-)
;-) If I grow plants that knowingly attract aphids, I should let the birds decide what to do about it :)
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Why Do I Need a DAM?
Here are some unspoken reasons why your organization really needs Digital Asset Management (DAM).
War, Frankie got it right!
Who Dies First ! not as morbid as it may sound. #practicalreasons #recev
Our ( my wife and myself ) thoughts and views on which one of us would be better to depart our mortal coil before the other. ...
"Thirteen reasons why, by Jay Asher" - Short review
Booing, reasons and technology. A response to an audioboo from @Black73Cat
Following up on audio from Graeme @
on whether to boo or not, and whether a need for special equipment to record.
Most of my favourite 'listens' have been 'rambles' Gwen. when someone records one of these, they often reveal much more about their lives and happenings than they would normally talk about. I find them intriguing because you've no idea what will be said next :)
Rambles can be absolutely lovely to listen to if they're done intelligently and if people don't repeat themselves constantly. I find other people's waffles give me fantastic perspectives and ideas that I might not otherwise have thought of. That's why I love this medium so much. You are always so thoughtful and well-spoken, so Keep up the rambling; what you say is invaluable, no matter how long it takes, and I love listening. I'm sure many others do as well.