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There are 2 Tickets still available for the Mt. LeConte overnight trip this Thursday, May 3. Stay over at the Mt. LeConte Lodge with dinner and breakfast and wine included. Hike up Thursday, stay over and hike down on Friday. If you are interested please let me know. The Cost is $122.00. There is a group hiking up together or you may come and go on your own. You may purchase either one or two tickets.
My Mobile/Text # is 865-300-8125
Added by Prasad Robert Hutter on April 29, 2012 at 11:36am — No Comments
Did you know that Google did a special event in Nashville on April 19, 2012?
Neither did I.
Apparently, Google really, really likes Nashville. They said that Nashville and Silicon Valley have a lot in common. They put on a full day conference called "Google for Entrepreneurs."
Check out Google's article on the event: …Continue
Added by Walter Lounsbery on April 27, 2012 at 11:56am — No Comments
Dear Fellow EOK Members,
Part of the joy of being entrepreneurs is being socially responsible......giving back. What better way than to impart the knowlege of knowing how to be a successful entrepreneur. That is exactly what is happening with the Empowered Teen Entrepreneurship Camp at the UT Campus from Sunday, July 29 - Friday, August 3, 2012.
Go look at the website with your teen and encourage them to make application. We can only take 80 students this year because…Continue
Google and American Express have introduced a new feature on YouTube that could generate 22 million views for your business introduction video. Called "My Business Story", this new service helps you put together your business story video, which may be featured on a major YouTube web page if it is selected by Google. You can also host the video on your website or on social networks such as facebook.
This is one of those promotional deals that you can't refuse. I know I can't. But I…Continue
I almost didn't go. There is a lot on my plate and Tuesday was no exception. But then I remembered I paid $25 for my ticket. That settled it. I was going regardless how busy I was.
Call me cheap. I'll take it as a complement. It wasn't that the waste of $25 would have impacted my budget. It was that I had committed myself to be there and, at some point previously, I figured the event was worth my time.
When I arrived at the first ever EOK Quarterly…Continue
If you attended yesterday's EOK quarterly workshop then you probably noticed that I was conspicuously chatting with strangers in a Google+ hangout while the speakers were presenting. Not only that, but my laptop was aimed so that the person speaking could see that I was busily typing away to the faces on the screen. Rude? Hardly. I was experimenting with unique ways to use social media to get others talking about us.…Continue