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 a huge number considering that I remember back in the 90s when it was considered dangerous to even use your real name on the Internet. Wow, times have changed, and I think it’s all for the better. Meeting someone fun to hang out with on a social media site can only enhance the whole experience, don’t you think? Obviously it’s important to be safe about it, but sometimes it can even lead to a more serious relationship.... I remember reading this article in the Huffington Post about a couple who got married after meeting ...

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Random Tweet + Tesla Roadster = New Connections

It started with a random tweet. It ended with a ride around Winnipeg in a Tesla Roadster and a new friendship. I saw @KeithBilous tweet about how much he loved giving people rides in his recent "birthday gift to himself": A new Tesla Roadster. I responded and said I wanted a ride, too. :) Seeing that my Twitter profile says I'm in Phoenix, he joked ...

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Shortcuts In Social Networking & Stranded in the Tropics

It was a cold, snowy night in Winnipeg (that's in Canada in case you didn't know) and I had an hour of driving left. Following my usual keep-me-from-dozing-while-driving protocol, I posted a tweet inviting my followers to phone me and chat. Ring, ring. "Uh, hello. Is this Joseph?" Asked the sweetest southern drawl I'd heard since the last time I was in Atlanta. "Why yes it is," I replied. "Who ...

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