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— Guy Kawasaki
This summer, I took back my inbox.
I created my first email address in 1998 and am still using that same address today, mostly for online purchasing and accounts. During that time, it attracted quite a bit of junk, some of which I swear I never requested.
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Cable repairmen have a bad rap.
Think about Jim Carrey as the lonely and slightly disturbed cable installer in the 1996 movie “The Cable Guy” or the Comcast tech who fell asleep at a customer's home in 2006 and became a viral hit. Now, consider Roy Streete who works as Comcast contractor in Richmond, Va. Learn why he's the secret to Comcast’s excellent customer service. Read More
Jonathan Rhudy served as the media relations lead for EAA’s Countdown to Kitty Hawk presented by Ford Motor Company in 2002 and 2003. He had a front-row seat, traveling the country with the 1903 Wright Flyer reproduction that attempted to fly in Kitty Hawk at 10:35 a.m. on Dec. 17, 2003. Learn about his experiences. Read More
Rhudy & Co. continues its three-part series featuring former Tumblr Vice President of Support Marc LaFountain. (See Part 1 and Part 2.) Learn how brands, businesses and nonprofits can best use Tumblr and how the social media platform keeps the wildly popular blogging site free. Read More