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 know been affected by homelessness? Please join us tomorrow for Mark Horvath's presentation at 280 main st at 6:30pm I was reminded of a blog post I read back in January from @GregHartle's project: Ten Dollars & A Laptop: Socks and a Smile: A Glimpse Into Homelessness In America Something about the socks stuck in my mind, and I remembered @hardlynormal's name. So I responded to @GregHartle: Hey @greghartle, isn't @hardlynormal one of your friends? We are both in Peg City at the same time. Would love to connect. #Winnipeg #intro Greg responded in the affirmative, and ...

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Social Media Adventure Facebook Page

The Social Media Adventure is please to announce the launch of a new Facebook page. On the Facebook page we will be posting lots of content that might not make it into the blog, including: Pictures of our travels across the country Videos that we make in the mighty Bumblebee Links to cool places that we visit and think you might like Shout outs to ...

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Winnipeg to Denver – Social Media Adventure Video #1

The Social Media Adventure began with Joseph Ranseth playing some late-night basketball in Winnipeg, then hitting the road to head for Denver. The purpose of the Social Media Adventure is to demonstrate the power of Social Media to create genuine relationships.  A Social Media Evanglist, Joseph Ranseth is committed to meeting new people along the way and helping for authentic, in-person relationships with are mutually enjoyable, benefically and ...

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