Don’t Freak Out on Me but I Want Mom Bloggers to Read This GOMI Post

I know, some of you will never read a thing I write again because GOMI has been described as a hate site or a bully site. They’ve been no friend to some of the people who I consider to be friends and colleagues (oh god do bloggers have colleagues? That’s weird). This morning I was directed to something at GOMI and they have it completely right there. Apparently a mom blogger had her child in the emergency room for stitches and decided to instagram the moment where her husband held …

PR For Kid Bloggers or Let’s Play the Who is the Next LiLo Game!?

This morning I got an email from a proud father. It wasn’t sent like any email from a proud father. It was a social media release which is something that reads a lot like a press release but is meant for folks in social media. The father works in social media so it came from his work email address. When I say “works” in social media I mean there’s a big job title and about 150,000 twitter followers. This is not a dabbling dad and this is not your typical …

Notabli (Wisely) Launches on Data Privacy Day

January 28 is Data Privacy Day and it’s a day that most bloggers ignore because we’re all so busy¬†over sharing¬†our lives that I’m not sure that any of us would even know what to do. I don’t. Know I mean… It’s just sort of ingrained in me that if a picture, video or text is sent on my iPhone it’s meant to be shared. That’s become my work device and my work doesn’t include a whole lot of privacy. Not eveyone is a blogger. Not every parent is an oversharer. …

Well Hello Irony, It’s Been a While

Blair Koenig of STFU Parents has hit the lady-news. I’ve loved STFU Parents for ages as I think it does a good job of poking fun at the parents who really might want to back away from the keyboard. This morning mom bloggers are all over Facebook and complaining about the fact that they should be able to post to facebook and have it be private. It’s just for friends. These are bloggers. I have told my children that anything you put in writing is public. Always. This includes but …