In like a lion, out like a lamb

It was almost two weeks ago, the last snow storm hit Southern Ontario. I was glad that Winter was in like a lion, out like a lamb. I had a marvelous time enjoying the snow and even written a blog…stay tune.

Crawford Lake by Aslin Kirkpatrick

Crawford Lake

Social media, what’s next?

I am assuming as a social media company, you evolved with time, trend, people and such. So I am so very curious to know after Instagram announced the multi-login capabilities and video view count, what else would they do?

Apparently, social media companies are merging technologies to become a one-stop-shop for everything. Donna Papacosta mentioned in our Digital Communication Strategy class that you work from your website, homepage, a blog before you use other social media channel. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket she implies.


Everyone has multiple social media account nowadays. From Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Periscope, Snapchat…to name a few but at what point does it end? People flock to anything that is new and trendy, and then what? I recall being in a class and our professor asked, so what is next?

So, what do you think? Do you use all the social media tools out there? Do you post on Instagram as well as Twitter, and Facebook at the same time or do you post based on the situation that you are in and then pick the social media channel? Or, do you use social media that lets you upload video, text, sound and images at one go?

One Good Day

It’s been a while, I know…

This winter, I decided to join the Digital Communication Strategy program offered by UofT. The main assignment of the course is creating and writing a blog. I knew right away what I was going to write and of course very excited about the prospect of having to write for a specific content.

Very pleased with how “One Good Day” turned out. Apart from working on a blog strategy, I also have a line-up of blog topics to write for the next 10 weeks…