my guest blog post for Media Works Ltd.

Facebook is rolling out it’s new Timeline for Brands. Will people react the same way as they did with their personal timelines? Or is this taking Brands to a whole new level.

The Inside Scoop

This past September, at the F8 conference, Facebook introduced the Timeline format for profiles. Most of us were a little unsure of the transition. We are a creature of habit and not too keen on the idea of constant changes coming to our precious Facebook page. However, Timelines seemed promising. Giving more of a “scrapbook” look and feel. This new feature was very picture heavy and things were divided by year and special events.

Most of us tested out the feature before it rolled out to more than 800 million users. We giggled as we saw old status updates and wall posts that may have been appropriate when you were a sophomore in college. Now, you cringe at the thought of those being seen by your employer, so you quickly deleted or changed privacy updates to your personal Timeline.

That may have been what you did for the personal pages…

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Annapolis Remembers 9-11 With Chorale Concerts (via Eye On Annapolis)

Can you believe it’s been 10 years. A great event in Annapolis to remember those lost and those heroes of that day.

To remember the events of 9/11 and recall lives lost that day in New York City, Washington, DC, and Shanksville, PA, Live Arts Maryland Music Director J. Ernest Green will conduct two free concerts performed by The Annapolis Chorale and Annapolis Chamber Orchestra.  The centerpiece of both events is WA Mozart’s moving “Requiem,” the same […] … Read More

via Eye On Annapolis


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