This week on Third Eye Weekly, 27-year-old CEO of the Marketing Zen Group, Shama Kabani, discusses the role of storytelling in social media marketing strategy and offers hope to recent graduates with an entrepreneurial spirit.
Photo courtesy of Shama Kabani.
And creator of “revenge porn” website, IsAnyoneUp.com, Hunter Moore, reflects on the rise and fall of the controversial site and how the entrepreneurs of tomorrow can learn from his story.
Photo courtesy of Hunter Moore.
Today’s poem, “Veronica Entrepreneur,” comes courtesy of one talented Ms. April Blosom Nicotera. If you’d like to submit a poem for our consideration to be played/read/performed on the show, send the text of your poem in a Word document format to thirdeyeweekly at gmail dot com. Feel free to send an mp3 of your file (like April did) but if you do, of course, we’ll have to take the file’s sound quality into consideration. So just be prepared to have one of us read your poem on the air (you know, if we like it) if we can’t tell what you’re saying.
So without further ado…
Official W H O K I L L cover art
May 25-28 – Sasquatch! Music Festival – George, WA
June 01 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY
June 03 – 9:30 Club – Washington, D.C.
June 05 – Jefferson Theater – Charlottesville, VA
June 06 – The Orange Peel – Asheville, NC
Official Attack on Memory cover art.
May 25 – Vera – Groningen, Netherlands
May 26 – Le Guess Who? Festival – Utrecht, Netherlands
May 27 – Effenaar – Eindhoven, Netherlands
May 28 – Pfingst Open Air Festival – Werden, Denmark
May 29 – Mascotte – Zurich, Switzerland
May 30 – Locomotiv – Bologna, Italy
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