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On making sense of suffering and loss, "Acceptance is not defeat. Acceptance is just awareness." ~ Stephen Colbert

Fantastic interview! Thanks to +Ron Mecredy for sharing it.
Stephen Colbert is ready to reinvent The Late Show. But how will he do it? And who will he be this time? The new king of late-night gives GQ a sneak peek
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One of the first signs of fall: kitty wanted a tent to sleep in. G'night, all! 
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I came to photograph the iconic rollercoaster, not realizing what a gorgeous beach day it is. 💓 my home

#grateful #lucky
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Another sky creature! Or... Zero, is that you?

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Hooray! Thanks, Obama!
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will change the name of North America's tallest mountain peak from Mount McKinley to Denali, the White House said Sunday, a major symbolic gesture to Alaska Natives on the eve of the president's historic visit to Alaska. "With our own sense of reverence for this place, we are officially renaming the mountain Denali in recognition of the traditions of Alaska Natives and the strong support of the people of ...
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"No amount of self-improvement can make up for any lack of self-acceptance." - Robert Holden

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Yesterday. I love the primeval look of the forest on this section of trail.

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Day 018/100
#100daysofhaiku #the100dayproject #haiku #notegraphy

(posting daily on Twitter @mor_trisha)
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Enterprise Community Manager
Skills
Community strategy, design, and management; customer advocacy; customer service.
Employment
  • #selfie
    Sabbatical Specialist, 2014 - present
  • Google Enterprise
    Partner Community Manager, 2013 - 2014
  • FactorLab
    Customer Success Manager, 2013 - 2013
  • HP ArcSight
    Enterprise Community Manager, 2010 - 2013
  • ArcSight
    Customer Advocate > Community Manager, 2007 - 2010
  • Sun Microsystems
  • NetLine Corporation
  • Nirvana Candle Co.
  • Great Adventure Tours
  • California Associate of Bed and Breakfast Inns (CABBI)
  • Sarrus Software
Basic Information
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Female
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Tagline
Love yourself. No reservations necessary.
Introduction
Howdy! I'm a California native, born and raised in America's Salad Bowl. I have lived in the Monterey and San Francisco bay areas my whole life.

I love online communities and social networks, and have managed internal and external communities for technology companies, large and small. I'm a wife, kitty mama, knitter, hiker, dancer, runner, and standup paddleboarder. Also a student of the social web, social business, and community management.

Community BackChannel Charter Member. #cmtybc

Jive Software Champion.

Discovering truth, beauty, and pursuit of the perfect lemondrop.
Bragging rights
Marty Cooper signed my phone!!!
Education
  • Stanford University
    Sociology
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I started the quiz team at my high school. Alas, I didn't do so well at the tryouts, so I ended up as the coach, but we still made it to the

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So Working Out Loud (or WOL) is a pretty big buzz these days and if you've not picked up on it there's plenty of information out there telli

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Our culture places a huge premium on choosing the right answer, as if we're all on some sort of game show. Much less credit is given to peop

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Every fast-growing social movement, non-profit and brand of the last decade has grown because people have chosen to talk. Not shelving allow

Preaching to Our Choirs and Setting Up Blinders for All Else
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Just about four years ago, Eli Pariser raised some very real flags about the "filter bubble", concerned that many of us on the Web were limi

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But if we did, it would take a lot to speak up in a useful way. It's difficult to be a generous skeptic. Not only do we have to be clear and

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Productivity is a measure of output over time. All other things being equal, the more you produce per minute, the more productive you are. A

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Creativity Creep - The New Yorker
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In our day, art has been recast as work: it’s now difficult to speak about creativity without also invoking a profession of some kind.

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From time to time, Ittetsu Nemoto gets a group of suicidal people together to visit popular suicide spots, of which there are many in Japan.

A Day In The Life Of A B2B Community Manager | LinkedIn
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Somewhere, in the stillness of the night, an online community manager rolls over in bed, reaches for his iPad, and checks to see if anyone i

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In the social space we talk a lot about relationships: Finding them, developing them, keeping them. But what about leaving them?People don’t

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There is a power that comes with a love of words. It endorses you with the ability to write and to read with a passion that can only lead to

Oh man, the food here is so good! Today we had seafood paella (hers) and scallops and asparagus (his). And excellent company!
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