Crowdsourcing Breakups – What to do with an unused engagement ring?

Social media is a powerful tool for creating new relationships. Every day we make connections through friends, and friends of friends, as we go about our social media journey. The purpose of the Social Media Adventure was to demonstrate this potential with live case-studies by journeying across the country to meet in-person those friendships that were previously only online. Social Media has helped me create these relationships with hundreds and hundreds of people. But, do we ever consider how social media can be used to help end a relationship? A New Perspective On Crowdsourcing For those of you just tuning in, it was through twitter that I met my former girlfriend-turned-fiancée. (A mutual follower introduced us and said we should connect.) It's been over six months since that relationship ended. Over that period of time, I've gotten one common question that I haven't came up with a good answer for yet: What are you going to do with the ring? I don't know, honestly. I do know ...

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The Day I met Mark Horvath

This is a special blog post by Tahl East, Campus Director of CDI College in Winnipeg. From a very young age I wanted to change the world. Maybe it was the fact that I spent many a night in bomb shelters in Northern Israel, maybe it was the time spent in South Africa as a tween during apartheid or maybe it is ...

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Dinner with a Homeless Dude
Meeting Mark Horvath, found of Invisible People.

As it always does, it began with a tweet.... 20 minutes later I was having dinner with a homeless dude. Actually, you can safely blame @GregHartle for this fiasco. Him and @tahlari, to be precise. After seeing @tahlari send a tweet announcing a presentation by Mark Horvath, champion of the cause to bring light to the homeless: Have you or someone you ...

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Joseph Ranseth featured among Most Eligible Bachelors on Twitter

Twitter superstar Diana Adams (aka @adamsconsulting) recently decided to use her leverage as a feature writer at the blog to really shake up the lives of 30 single men, myself included, when she wrote Twitter’s 30 Most Eligible Bachelors. In her words: According to Chadwick Martin Bailey, a market research firm out of Boston, over 20% of couples meet online these days. That is ...

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