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Britton Picciolini
Laugh. Love. Digitize.
Laugh. Love. Digitize.

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Calling Math teachers & school administrators!

A friend of mine is the Science Director at Focus@Will Labs & she is working on a new experiment to find out if Focus@Will music will help high school students concentrate better on their math homework. They are happy to pay students per hour of listening (1 hour a day) while they do their homework so they can track their progress versus a control group. If you are interested in learning more, reach out to Julia Mossbridge @

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Pretty thought provoking article.

"How many people would you trade for your very best performer? If the number is more than five, you're probably underpaying your best person. And if it's more than ten, you're almost certainly underpaying."

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Ready for the future of phones? Can't wait!

*from the Google Advanced Technology and Projects Group*

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The "big game" is no longer just a game; it is now a month-long series of digital moments, each of which is an opportunity for brands to connect with fans through search, mobile, and video.

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Great profile of the new +Motorola Mobility space in Chicago. Nice work +Chicago Creative Space 

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Love end of year revisits - YouTube stars are amazing!

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Week 10: Wait...What?
While I had every intention of writing about my experiences every week, here we are at Week 10. The final week. So what happened? Well, life happened. I intended this blog to be a true-life representation of what it's like to teach for Citizen Schools. And ...

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If you're interested in engagement, this is a good read. #socialmediamarketing   
Google+ May Drive Fewer Visits, But They're Higher Quality

This report from Shareaholic came out in March ( but it's worth repeating. Here's their findings:

"Although Google+ and LinkedIn drive the fewest social referrals, they bring in some of the best visitors. Google+ users, on average, find themselves spending north of 3 minutes diving into things shared by connections in their circles. They also visit 2.45 pages during each visit, and bounce only 50.63% of the time. LinkedIn users generally spend 2 minutes and 13 seconds on each link they click, viewing 2.23 pages with each visit and bouncing 51.28% of the time. Although many sites see minimal traffic from both Google+ and LinkedIn, now may be the time to invest in building communities within those networks if engagement really matters to your business."

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My brother's dog loves #stargatesg1  so much she sings the theme song!

#dogs   #stargate  
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