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Sun, 08 Sep 2013 14:15:31 +0000

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Comment on Next week is going to be busy: a class and a webinar! by Regina Walton

Fri, 06 Apr 2012 21:53:25 +0000

Probably the best way to find me is via my about.me page. It has links to my various social profiles and you can send me a message via it too: http://about.me/reginawalton



Comment on Next week is going to be busy: a class and a webinar! by healthycookiesdirect

Wed, 04 Apr 2012 00:58:37 +0000

Hi regina, I am working on an idea which would involve auctions online. After reading about eBay's patent and your comments, I was wondering if I could ask you one or two questions. Sincerely Daniel Nicolas



Comment on Keeping Technology Simple: August 1, 2011 by Regina Walton

Thu, 04 Aug 2011 03:01:28 +0000

Thanks! I'm really loquatious, so talking is never a difficult thing for me. Also, Jim interviewed me before, so I was very comfortable. :) Yeah, the scale of people on social media is probably the main reason I'm able to work for myself. Businesses realize there are just a lot of people out there to reach and connect with.



Comment on Keeping Technology Simple: August 1, 2011 by Mariette Vedder

Wed, 03 Aug 2011 20:14:14 +0000

Dearest Regina, Good for you! Hope you will have success and such a radio interview with Jim Blue is of course helpful! You sounded bubbly. My goodness, look at the figures of FB having gone to 700,000,000 users from 500,000,000! That is mind boggling. Wishing you all the best, Mariette



Comment on A Crazy Week and an odd Twitter Debate by Regina Walton

Fri, 22 Jul 2011 03:13:51 +0000

Yeah, this person works at a place that I know pretty much ONLY chooses people with degrees and serves businesses that can afford their fees. That might be one reason for the bitterness as I got the feeling that s(he) is surrounded by educated fools. I get it, but that still doesn't mean getting an education is useless. That means maybe it's time to change jobs. ;) I think race might have been a factor and, I think, s(he) didn't realize the depth of my education and experience. Taking on someone who has benefited from getting an education is definitely the wrong person to tangle with on this topic. S(he) got nasty towards the end, but I was just thinking "if you're so smart, why in the hell can't you even articulate your damn point?" Not something to say during a discussion. I'm glad you read over it and confirm that it's really hard to cull those replies down to a coherent theory. I also thought harping on society vs. government was a cheap shot. It's easy to derail a discussion by getting into tangents like that.



Comment on A Crazy Week and an odd Twitter Debate by dannielleblumenthal

Fri, 22 Jul 2011 00:32:44 +0000

Regina, I didn't get it either, but it's an interesting discussion anyway. I was thinking a couple of things: 1) Only someone with the luxury of choosing degree or not degree would trash it so easily. For someone without access to schooling, any education is prized. 2) What is the role that race plays in this discussion? How was it getting used as a credibility chip (to gain or lose it)? I disliked the mean tone aimed at you. I got the humor. Why do people act that way? Regards - Dannielle Blumenthal