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Dec.26.2012
 A Trip Through The Google Gateway Would you use one book to do all your research on a subject? Probably not. That is what you do when you use Google as your only source. Google, as wonderful as it is, is not the only search engine in town. It is huge, yes,  but still limited. However,...
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Oct.01.2011
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I was privileged to work with several authors to bring their stories alive for AOL Healthy Living, Huffington Post, and Red Room. I was touched by the variety of moving, poignant, and—yes—humorous and joyful pieces. As such, we've decided to feature them...
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Sep.07.2011
    Want to become a search expert? Try doing your Internet searches using phrases, called search strings, which cut your search time down while increasing the relevant results. If you pay attention to your standard search engine results, you notice that often just the first two to three...
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Sep.06.2011
  It's been nearly three and a half years since life was interrupted and upended by a surprise stage IV cancer diagnosis followed by a fairly brutal regimen of chemotherapy and radiation. Since then much has morphed and changed--inside and out. I grew a new pair of eyes and since emerging from...
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Jul.21.2011
  My friend, analyst extraordinaire, Janet Asteroff, says Twitter is on the way out. Read more about what she says.     Twitter's Limited Shelf Life by Janet Asteroff "Ok chief marketing officers,  you may have to sit down. It won't be easy. Or, maybe it will, depending on your strategic...
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Jun.28.2011
How to Search the Invisible Web If you limit your Internet research to a general search engine, such as Google, it is the same thing as limiting your research to just one book. You wouldn't do that, so why limit your Internet search. There are many more "books" available online that...
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Jun.23.2011
I have been thinking about what it means to "age gracefully" and I wonder whose opinion seems to matter. Does the aging person feel "ungraceful"? Or is the person viewing the aging person deciding whether or not the aging person is graceful or not? I decided that it is the...
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Jun.19.2011
By Gina Misiroglu To celebrate Father's Day, June 19th, Red Room asked several of its authors to write about their dads, their own experiences as fathers, or other memorable stories about fatherhood. It's been my pleasure to shepherd these articles to AOL's ParentDish and MyDaily channels, or to...
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Jun.09.2011
I work out. I work out every day. Today I walked an hour and 20 minutes at a 15 minute per-hour pace. Yesterday I did 30 minutes of cardio at 180 strides per minute on the elliptical trainer and one hour of killer Pilates. So what? It doesn't seem that strange. It doesn't sound like I'm any...
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Jun.09.2011
To celebrate Mother's Day last month, I had pleasure to shepherd twelve exceptional and varied articles about mothers to AOL's Parentdish, Black Voices, Holidash, and MyDaily channels, or to Red Room's Editor's Picks blog list. I hope you'll read each one, and leave a comment on their Red Room blog...