Tweets during my June 16, 2011 “talk” at the 140conf, New York
The following 81 tweets, pasted exactly as they were tweeted, occurred in the 35 minutes during and after my 10-minute “talk.” 54 took place during the 10 minutes I spoke! The time-stamp is PST, so they all took place 3-hours later in New York time. Read my personal review of the conference and my trip to New York with my son, too. While these tweet links appear “live,” they all seem to go back to my home page on Hootsuite, fyi:
View from the Observatory at the Empire State Building
My “talk” at the #140conf – Dads Are Parents, Too – Video taken by Aaron Sallan
Everyone in the world of Social Media understands the value of networking, the tools of the Internet, the various places to “travel” along the web, and occasionally the value of leaving the comfort of your laptop. There are many major conferences held annually in the U.S. and internationally, but my recent attendance at the June 15-16, 2011 140conf in New York combined it all to offer this shy, reserved, dad blogger the time of his life — and to provide my 14-year-old son with literally the trip of his life.
This past Monday and Tuesday (October 4,5), I attended a fantastic conference oriented to people who use Twitter, work in Social Media, teach, want to learn and grow, and so much more. I also got to speak and my topic was (surprise surprise), “Dads Are Parents, Too.”
There were dozens of incredible speakers and it was all organized and created by Jeff Pulver (@jeffpulver) with assistance from the tireless (mom of three, I might add) Melissa Pierse (@melissapierce).
What do women want? That question may never be answered but one thing is true: Once we understand men are men and women are women and both are very different, we’re on the right track to figuring it out. Stay tuned for the following Momlogic webcast.
In this video from the Momlogic Webcast Bruce and the guys talk about how they discipline their kids and in the age of blended families, how they feel about others having a disciplinary role. Spanking or Not? Take away favorite things? How much does your style reflect the style you were raised with?