@nycework tweet digest: 03/17-22/2013

Here are seven must-share tweets posted by @nycework between March 17 and March 22, 2013, and include:

Government Debt and You [In Plain English]

Government Debt and You [In Plain English]

  • An Arabic proverb admonishing you to do no work until you’ve negotiated fair compensation;
  • a no-frills checklist on how to write a business plan;
  • an infographic showing 10 places to avoid using your mobile phone, and why;
  • a video featuring Chemist Lee Cronin discussing a project he’s working on that will make it possible to print your medication on a 3-D printer;
  • a short, easy-to-understand video that explains what government debt is and how it affects you;
  • an infographic with tips on how to get your first 500 Twitter followers;
  • @nycework’s previous tweet digest that includes a post about selling your ideas ‘The Steve Jobs Way’…and more.



Mar 17

“Make your bargain before beginning to plow.”~Arabic Proverb | http://wp.me/p1M3rB-8q #qotw #quotation

Last week’s highlights: 7 Tips to Sell Your Ideas ‘The #SteveJobs Way’… & more | http://wp.me/p1M3rB-7o

Mar 18

Guide To Writing A #BusinessPlan | http://is.gd/EsvsvK #entrepreneur #smallbiz

Mar 19

10 Places to Avoid Using Your #MobilePhone and Why (via @TechPageOne) | http://is.gd/1nak7g [r/t @nycediapers]

Mar 20

#Video: Printing Your Own #Medicine (via @tedtalks) | http://is.gd/eehW8A #science #tech #3Dprinting @lifewitheeepc

Mar 21

#Video: Government #Debt and You [In Plain English] | http://wp.me/p1M3rB-7h #economy #money @nycediapers @lifewitheeepc

Mar 22

#Infographic: #HowTo Get Your 1st 500 Twitter Followers (via @markosaric) | http://is.gd/Rc0Fxw #sm #marketing

R e l a t e d  L i n k s:
@nycework tweet digest: 03/10-15/2013
@nycediapers tweet digest: 03/17-22/2013 (instablogg.com)

One response to “@nycework tweet digest: 03/17-22/2013

  1. Pingback: @nycework tweet digest: 03/24-29/2013 | nycework

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