how I learnt to stop worrying and love talking to strangers

Today I attended a conference run by Digital Doughnut. I knew they did digital, I knew they were related to marketing, and I did meet people who worked in the field. But what blew my mind was the stories, backgrounds and odd serendipities (is that a word?) that brought them to marketing in the first […] continue reading »

7 with 7, and other instagram statistics

I’ve been so terrible at writing blog posts, and I love taking photos. I’m still doing my one photo a day project, and I thought a small retrospective on that topic could be interesting. This is all happening on instagram. (the photos in the header of this page? They’re from my instagram feed!) What do […] continue reading »

Can you tell your mother to not read your blog / twitter / facebook? Or why it’s good for other generations (younger or older) to join social media

Last week, my mother surprised me when she told me she was reading my blog. This means she googled me, like anyone in the world can. And I was surprised. Why? […] continue reading »

how to make introductions and be a good hostess in 140 characters or less

I still remember walking around Hursley, following a fellow tweep who wanted to introduce me to some awesome IBMers he knew. What i did not expect, was for him to use my twitter handle, @eurydice13, as part of the introduction. I am grateful, because by finding me on twitter he may have literally saved my […] continue reading »

eurydice13’s year on twitter

This is a short compilation of what I have been up to, on twitter, courtesy of the vizify team. I’ve had a vizify bio for a long time now, and for new year’s, they’ve added in the “year on twitter” page to it. Turns out that, predictably, my post popular topic was #365, thanks to […] continue reading »