Coffee Time Links – May 30

Coffee_time_1It’s been a long Holiday weekend. Grab a cup of coffee. Take fifteen minutes and ease into the week with a five good links.

  • Twentypercenter gives us a great reminder that slow and steady wins the race. Which is probably a good thing considering how most of us feel after a three day weekend!
  • Maybe everyone else has heard of this, but Liz Strauss had the blogosphere’s version of "open mic night" – take a quick peek at what people were talking about in the 250 comments.
  • Meet Thom Singer, whom I was introduced to through QAQnA friend Mike Sigers. Thom has an excellent series of posts, not to be confused with Sue Grafton novels, on the ABC’s of Networking.
  • Have a customer service experience and you just have to vent? Miss Rogue (gotta love that pseudonym – mysterious with a hint of danger) introduces us to a site, Sutori, where you can share your experience and read the experience of others.

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  3 comments for “Coffee Time Links – May 30

  1. May 30, 2006 at 7:04 am

    Stop by tonight Tom,
    We meet by the open mic every Tuesday for open mic night. Talk about what you like as long as it’s nice.
    thanks for the mention!
    Liz

  2. Bright House Barb
    January 19, 2007 at 2:49 pm

    OK I did Open Mic nights in the 80’s– yes we sang with Guitars…!! This is a new twist.. LOL You sure its not called VENT night?

  3. January 19, 2007 at 4:07 pm

    Not even close, Barbara. You can’t possibly imagine how much fun it is. Every Tuesday night at http://www.successful-blog.com. Give it a shot – then let me know what you think!

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