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Comments for Matt Bigelow - Digital Media Manager http://www.matthewbigelow.com Wed, 08 Feb 2012 04:39:44 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2 hourly 1 Comment on Watch out for the ‘Fanebook’ Facebook forgery by kamran http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2008/08/18/watch-out-for-the-fanebook-facebook-forgery/comment-page-1/#comment-721 kamran Wed, 08 Feb 2012 04:39:44 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2008/08/18/watch-out-for-the-fanebook-facebook-forgery/#comment-721 I've been victim of this site! now when I sign in to face book it redirect me to his own site and I can not work with facebook What can I do to solve the problem, please help me if anyone know it. Thanks I’ve been victim of this site! now when I sign in to face book it redirect me to his own site and I can not work with facebook
What can I do to solve the problem, please help me if anyone know it.
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Comment on March Nashville Pulse Article Published by Matt http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2010/04/11/march-nashville-pulse-article-published/comment-page-1/#comment-712 Matt Thu, 28 Jul 2011 01:11:30 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/?p=286#comment-712 Hey Sarah, Thanks for dropping by. I actually no longer live in Nashville, having recently relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio, but welcome to the Music City nonetheless! I definitely recommend diving into Digital Nashville as a way to meet people. You also might check out Geek Breakfast, Barcamp, Podcamp or Nashville Startup Weekend, depending on what you're into. Both Centresource and Firefly Logic host monthly casual meetups where you can mix and mingle with the interactive folks in town, if that's your thing. Have fun! Hey Sarah,

Thanks for dropping by.

I actually no longer live in Nashville, having recently relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio, but welcome to the Music City nonetheless!

I definitely recommend diving into Digital Nashville as a way to meet people. You also might check out Geek Breakfast, Barcamp, Podcamp or Nashville Startup Weekend, depending on what you’re into. Both Centresource and Firefly Logic host monthly casual meetups where you can mix and mingle with the interactive folks in town, if that’s your thing.

Have fun!

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Comment on March Nashville Pulse Article Published by Sarah Cechowski http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2010/04/11/march-nashville-pulse-article-published/comment-page-1/#comment-711 Sarah Cechowski Wed, 27 Jul 2011 16:43:12 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/?p=286#comment-711 Hi Mr. Bigelow, I recently got involved with Digital Nashville. I have just recently moved here from Chicago and am looking to receive advice and guidance as to what is required in this industry. I graduate with a degree in new media journalism and was hoping to get in contact with others that same the same career goals as I do. I am simply writing to introduce myself and see if there is any guidance you can offer me. Thank you for your time, Sarah Cechowski Hi Mr. Bigelow,

I recently got involved with Digital Nashville. I have just recently moved here from Chicago and am looking to receive advice and guidance as to what is required in this industry. I graduate with a degree in new media journalism and was hoping to get in contact with others that same the same career goals as I do. I am simply writing to introduce myself and see if there is any guidance you can offer me.

Thank you for your time,
Sarah Cechowski

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Comment on Digital Account Management: Find Root Causes by Pete Abilla http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2011/04/12/digital-account-management-find-root-causes/comment-page-1/#comment-706 Pete Abilla Tue, 12 Apr 2011 15:22:24 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/?p=304#comment-706 While the 5 whys method is simple, most organizations and people find it deceptively simple. Why? From experience, most people either (1) jump to conclusions, (2) jump to solutions, or (3) finger point and blame. The 5 Whys, while simple and easy to do, is an effective countermeasure that can prevent implementing a solution to the wrong problem and can prevent blame finding. Thanks for reading my post. While the 5 whys method is simple, most organizations and people find it deceptively simple. Why? From experience, most people either (1) jump to conclusions, (2) jump to solutions, or (3) finger point and blame.

The 5 Whys, while simple and easy to do, is an effective countermeasure that can prevent implementing a solution to the wrong problem and can prevent blame finding.

Thanks for reading my post.

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Comment on Guatemala article published on Matador Travel by Steven Bancroft http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2009/08/28/guatemala-article-published-matador-travel/comment-page-1/#comment-703 Steven Bancroft Fri, 08 Apr 2011 14:12:55 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/blog/?p=229#comment-703 Going to a country to learn a language is by far the best way to do it ... not only is it a much faster method of learning a language, it's also much more fun. I took french in school and didn't really learn much, but when I went to France, I gained a much stronger grasp of the language. Going to a country to learn a language is by far the best way to do it … not only is it a much faster method of learning a language, it’s also much more fun. I took french in school and didn’t really learn much, but when I went to France, I gained a much stronger grasp of the language.

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Comment on Guatemala article published on Matador Travel by Jamal Stephens http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2009/08/28/guatemala-article-published-matador-travel/comment-page-1/#comment-702 Jamal Stephens Fri, 08 Apr 2011 06:16:43 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/blog/?p=229#comment-702 Great article! I find myself often having the same conversation with friends who visit resorts in exotic countries. I always ask if they venture into the towns, to absorb culture. Getting lost in a foreign land, away from touristy aspects, is a rewarding experience. Great article!

I find myself often having the same conversation with friends who visit resorts in exotic countries. I always ask if they venture into the towns, to absorb culture. Getting lost in a foreign land, away from touristy aspects, is a rewarding experience.

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Comment on Guatemala article published on Matador Travel by Rachel http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2009/08/28/guatemala-article-published-matador-travel/comment-page-1/#comment-700 Rachel Tue, 05 Apr 2011 11:58:52 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/blog/?p=229#comment-700 Conventional thinking will show that people will flock to main cities for studying foreign language. It's interesting you immediately mentioned the country's gem a 4-hour bus ride from main city to study Spanish. Most travelers will be aware they can go straight to Xela for Spanish lesson and more serene places and culture. Most of the times, secondary cities are rarely explore by tourist and what more travelers who are serious to learn Spanish language. Webmaster of <a href="http://www.allwebdirectory.com/" rel="nofollow">All Web Directory</a> Conventional thinking will show that people will flock to main cities for studying foreign language. It’s interesting you immediately mentioned the country’s gem a 4-hour bus ride from main city to study Spanish. Most travelers will be aware they can go straight to Xela for Spanish lesson and more serene places and culture. Most of the times, secondary cities are rarely explore by tourist and what more travelers who are serious to learn Spanish language.

Webmaster of All Web Directory

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Comment on Business Matters: Four Lessons Learned from Nashville Startup Weekend by Matt http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2009/10/12/business-matters-four-lessons-learned-from-nashville-startup-weekend/comment-page-1/#comment-696 Matt Tue, 22 Feb 2011 13:59:10 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/?p=279#comment-696 James, thanks for stopping by. I'm still undecided, but if I end up making it, I'll look forward to meeting you there. James, thanks for stopping by. I’m still undecided, but if I end up making it, I’ll look forward to meeting you there.

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Comment on Business Matters: Four Lessons Learned from Nashville Startup Weekend by James | GrowNashville http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2009/10/12/business-matters-four-lessons-learned-from-nashville-startup-weekend/comment-page-1/#comment-695 James | GrowNashville Tue, 22 Feb 2011 07:58:14 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/?p=279#comment-695 I plan on attending this year! Probably won't partake in the activities but be there to network.. I plan on attending this year! Probably won’t partake in the activities but be there to network..

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Comment on An Entire Industry in Need of Disrupting… by Matt http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2008/12/01/an-entire-industry-in-need-of-disrupting/comment-page-1/#comment-579 Matt Sat, 24 Apr 2010 18:20:40 +0000 http://www.matthewbigelow.com/2008/12/01/an-entire-industry-in-need-of-disrupting/#comment-579 Tom, sorry for the late response - didn't see your comment there. It's been a long time, but I'm sure I did, and therefore obviously I'm accountable to whatever I signed. That said, rather recently we got an email from our wedding photographer offering to sell us a DVD with all the photos in .JPG format. So, happy ending and all that. Tom, sorry for the late response – didn’t see your comment there.

It’s been a long time, but I’m sure I did, and therefore obviously I’m accountable to whatever I signed.

That said, rather recently we got an email from our wedding photographer offering to sell us a DVD with all the photos in .JPG format.

So, happy ending and all that.

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