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2010 Taste of Buffalo

It was a gorgeous day yesterday for the Taste of Buffalo food festival, sunny but not too hot. At noon the streets were nearly packed with people sampling some of the many foods offered by local restaurants. Even though I was not needed at the Alzheimer’s Association’s Beer Tent (they had enough volunteers) I enjoyed

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Twitter makes a move to make money

I always wondered how a site like Twitter sustained itself cash-flow wise, so I was interested to read about @earlybird, an exclusive offers advertiser-driven Twitter account. It works like this; advertiser will pay for tweets from the @earlybird account. These “offers” will be time sensitive and sometimes supply sensitive, according to the @earlybird page. People

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It’s not too late to RSVP the Hacker Space Cookout on Saturday

Are you a techie interested in meeting other techies in the Western New York area? Whether you are into hardware, software, coding, Web design, databases or anything else related to computers and technology, consider coming out to Hacker Space’s “After the 4th” Cookout at 4 p.m. on Saturday , July 10 at Buffalo Hacker Space,

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New YouTube Videos

I added a YouTube Channel to my social media repertoire, please visit my channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/JenniferWozniak01. You can watch videos that I shot and edited while working as a web content producer for the Savannah Morning News. what you can expect to see: Visit a diamondback turtle nursery at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah,

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Website updates

Currently, I am overhauling the design section of my site, so look for a new design section in the future. I will also be uploading video that I shot for the Savannah Morning News when I worked there as a web content producer. Sadly, any video I shot for SavannahNOW.com, can no longer be found

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A guide to the social media jungle

While browsing the bookstore tonight, I found a great little book about social media called, “The Social Media Marketing Book” by Dan Zarrella. The beauty of this book is that it’s brief and you can quickly read the entire book over the weekend. Great for the newbie as it gives an overview of major social

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Volunteer Project – Garden Signs for Buffalo ReUse

I enjoy volunteering and plan to add a separate “volunteer” section to my website. Here are some examples from my latest volunteer effort- garden sign painter for Buffalo ReUse Gardens. You can see additional signs I painted on Buffalo ReUse’s  Flickr Page. I am proud at how the signs turned out. All signs were hand-painted

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