“Poppin bottles in the ice, like a blizzard
When we drink we do it right gettin slizzard
Sippin sizzurp in my ride, in my ride, like Three 6
Now I’m feelin so fly like a G6.”
-Like a G6, Far East Movement
I can only imagine this is the theme song of the week for the National Red Cross.
On February 15th, the @RedCross sent out an unusual tweet at 11:24PM with the hashtag #gettngslizzerd. No—there wasn’t a new emergency at hand although I’m pretty sure there are a few safety tips that the organization could offer to prepare the country for #gettngslizzerd. The only problem at hand was an accidental tweet that was meant to come from a staff member’s personal account. Continue reading
We have all been in that situation, that awkward feeling in our stomach we get after we hit the send button and realize we made a major error. Sorry, but “Recall That Message’’ doesn’t always work, especially if you are like me and usually open e-mails instantly – or you accidentally send an e-mail to the wrong coworker.
In addition to e-mail mistakes, some e-mails probably shouldn’t be sent at all. Have you ever looked at your inbox at the end the of the week and saw all the e-mails that probably didn’t need to get sent? Not that this is a huge issue, sometimes excess messages just make it impossible to find the “message through the noise.”
So this is where CT Michaels comes in. Here are five general questions that you should probably ask yourself BEFORE you hit the send button: Continue reading