If you’d like to become a trendspotter online there’s a quick and easy (and free) site you might want to consider: www.trendrr.com – just plug in your data and start tracking results. You can also see what’s hotly being discussed on blogs and Twitter by clicking on their “buzz” feature. Very cool site!
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Am particularly struck with Chris Brogan’s thoughts on watching our time spent on social networks. Since I am a psychotherapist and a published author I love the internet and what it allows me to do re marketing my ideas to help people. Nevertheless, I appreciated his advice to keep our eye on the time we are on social network sites, fun as they are, because they don’t pay our bills even if they temporarily help feelings of stress.
Being mindful, being focused, being conscious will all work together for our good.