Wendi Eiland’s Twitter bio
If I had a nickel for every time someone in insurance or some other highly-regulated field told me that they “can’t use social media,” I’d be rich . I’ve heard it from lawyers, insurance agents, financial planners and bankers.
And then there’s Wendi Eiland, or @WendiEiland if you play on Twitter with the cool kids.
We sat at a small table at Water Avenue Coffee a couple of weeks ago, recalling our brief first in-person encounters: last year’s @Whiffies’ Foursquare Day tweetup and Clark Haass‘ “Posh” Hashcapade at Gracie’s a few weeks earlier. Patrons at nearby tables must have thought we were life-long friends; we hooted and hollered, carrying on as if we’d known each other for years. Continue reading
Chicken Apple Sausage Hash with Pancetta, Asparagus and Baked Eggs (photo courtesy of Hashcapades.com)
I admit it: where video blogging is concerned I’m a scaredy-cat. It’s not that I don’t think it’s a great medium; I just don’t think it’s the best medium for me.
But that doesn’t mean I don’t get to have a little fun with video, because a couple of my clients were destined to be seen on the silver screen…well, on your computer screen anyway. Clark Haass is a great example. He took to video like eggs to hash. I am so proud of the way he chose to share his passion for foodie adventures he refers to as Hashcapades.
Think Outside the Can – hashcapades.com – YouTube.
If you’re not hungry after watching that, there’s something clearly wrong with you.