Read all about it at Charlottesville Tomorrow . Shame Google’s Street View folks decided Charlottesville wasn’t worthy .
The 2nd Charlottesville Tweet Up was held last Friday at Rapture on the Downtown Mall and it was a blast – an excellent way to spend an hour or so on a Friday afternoon, meeting friends “IRL” – In Real Life – an often infrequent experience in this online world.
…I said on Lee Lefever’s (of Common Craft, who produced the video below ) blog this morning: I’m struggling with this myself – I recently set up Twitter accounts for three of my blogs – each serves a different real estate market – and I initially thought that I would tweet from each one.
The bottom line is that we are trying to enhance your online reading by both displaying stories from the sites that youâ€™re already visiting and helping you discover sites that you didnâ€™t know existed. … I’ve added their real estate widget as well; scroll down about a third of the way – If you’re looking for something and you know the topic, try Alltop first – heck, try typing in the subject – food or business or psychology or science – and then .alltop.com.
I just upgraded this blog to the newest version of Wordpress , the brilliant software that makes my blogging life possible. … I am very proud of myself for waiting two entire days to upgrade (I tested it out on several other blogs first).
Charlottesville Realtors – take the time to attend the next Short Sale class that’s offered at CAAR – with the expected (some forecast dramatic/staggering/flood – insert your adjective here) increase in short sales next year, you are not going to be adequately prepared for the new market unless you learn about this new segment of our market. … If you see that your income is going to be reduced, but you keep going to Whole Foods or Foods of all Nations, then you’re likely in need of some counseling (and I’m not being facetious).