A post before bed

I feel foolish on the days when I forget to post because I told myself I would. Then I remember that I’m human and no one expects any thing less. Sleep well Seattle.

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Mad Park : at least u can skate it

Where would you go if you were me in Madison Park?

Anonymous says: “Uppity: have a margarita at Cactus; down-home: have a boilermaker at The Red Onion; fancy hungry: the new sandwich place where the bakery used to be; dinner hungry: Thai Ginger; snack hungry: The Attic (for hot wings). Or just hang out at the beach and stare at people.”

I say, “Lol. Nice round up. So I did the beach, stripped to my jons and went off the tall dive, dropped by the Attic but they brought me a Guinness when I said “I need a sec”, so I left, and now I’m at McGilvra’s, which didn’t even make your list….. Cactus did look snooty for mad park tho so I’ll continue to skip that.”

The Longest Time – Social Poll

What takes you the longest time to do as a social media industry provider? For me it appears to be polling other social media providers.

my survey (Still waiting for 32 responses, only have 8 so far…)

 

Is it the brainstorming, the production, the pitch, or analyzing data? Is it logistics, or maybe getting people to pay their bills on time? Maybe the longest time is spent trying to get your target audience to respond, or cleaning up a mess made by a troll. Maybe it’s something else. Like writing and receiving feedback on a straw poll.

 

There is a website called “easypoll.net”. I’m testing it for the first time today. I’ve been part of the surveyed, and now I’d like to send out my survey.

Sorry, I would have posted the survey and not a link to the survey, but I didn’t want to take the time to fix the code to make it populate here. I’m lazy sometimes, and have other work to focus on, buds.

Please take the time to respond tho, as I’d like to hear from n=40 in my webzphere.

 

Peace, love, namaste,

Ian