How a Facebook post put a train store on the wrong track

This morning, a local model train store took some flak for a Facebook post about a news story that portrayed some railroad workers in a bad light. A well-known railroad employee and rail enthusiast, who felt the store should not comment on the issue, threatened on his own Facebook page to take his business elsewhere. … Continue reading How a Facebook post put a train store on the wrong track

Real Networks vs. Social Networks

I recently attended a networking breakfast near me. It was a well-established group with close to 30 people, some of whom have been in businesses for 30 years or more. One-by-one, we went around the room and delivered our 60-second pitches. Since I was a visitor to the group I got to go last. What … Continue reading Real Networks vs. Social Networks

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