Just going for a little swim. #lucky #duck #latergram (at Blue Heron Bike Bridge)
I’m a co-founder of Red Duck Foods - a company based in Eugene, Oregon that makes organic ketchup in three flavors: Classic, Spicy, and Curry. We just launched a Kickstarter campaign- check it out!
Seeing the Dalai Lama speak today at the University of Oregon. This opportunity is making me reminisce about traveling to Tibet in 2008… such an incredible experience.
Had a great time last weekend in Austin, Texas participating in the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition. Go Red Duck Ketchup!
Among the most beautiful is toska.
This is awesome for a word/language nerd like me.
Bean earrings. At the farmer’s market. #onlyineugene
Heirloom Greek yogurt making. #food #diy
Our house is turning into an apothecary. Herbal tinctures for immunity! #noflu #onlyineugene #echinaceapower
I’m currently taking a class (J412/J512) at the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism that focuses on strategic social media. I wrote a post for our class blog that explores the topic of age and its relationship to social media attitudes - you can check it out here: http://prosintraining.com/ssm/2013/01/age-and-social-media/
I started thinking about this topic after I overheard part of a conversation between three women who appeared to be in their mid- to late-60s:
“I don’t understand why people post on Facebook,” one woman said. “There’s this one girl – my friend’s niece, she’s a nice girl, but sometimes posts things twice a day! And sometimes she writes about her religion or church involvement and I don’t think that’s appropriate”.
“I find it’s too time consuming to read everyone’s updates on Facebook. I don’t have time to post anything because it’s too overwhelming,” responded her friend. “And I’m always getting e-mail chain letters”.