#introductions Hello world! (yes, I had to) Tiffany Broadbent Beker here. I've been in the web/digital/technology space for over 16 years, higher ed for 12. I'm director of digital marketing at William & Mary in Virginia. I'm a relatively new fan of D&D, and longtime fan of Star Wars, Harry Potter, cooking, eating tasty food and enjoying tasty beverages wherever they can be found around the world. Looking forward to exploring this new realm.
'The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) has launched The Banned Book Club... The Banned Book Club makes e-book versions of banned books available to readers in locations across the United States where titles have been banned. The e-books will be available to readers for free via the Palace e-reader app.'
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Hivemind question: We are using #Google's "Programmable Search Engine" (formerly known as Custom Search Engine). A particular search result is showing up in our results, and we need to get rid of it. However, when I try to inspect that URL using the "Search Console" (formerly Webmaster Tools), it tells me that URL is not indexed anywhere. If that URL isn't indexed, why the heck is it showing up in our search results, and how do I get rid of it?
Excited to attend my first #SlateSummit this week in Nashville. This is a whole new CRM and realm of #HigherEd for me, looking forward to learning all the things (lots of projects hinging on this new knowledge await my return) and connecting with colleagues at other institutions. Anyone else attending? Let me know, would love to connect!
PSA, if someone asks you for contact info (e.g. a phone number) of someone you know, the correct response is "I can't give that to you, but I can give them yours".
It's efficient and adds no round-trips, it's privacy friendly, it's non-awkward and it's social engineering resistant. It's a universally good rule.
And the corollary, of course: Don't ask someone for another person's contact info - ask them to pass on yours.
Alrighty #SEO folks out there. Can anyone point me in the direction of resources that might explain where Google and Bing are getting different (and wrong) capitalizations of our acronym in results? SUNY =/= Suny and I can't see anything in what *we* provide that could be yielding that.
Beautiful 10-day sequence of Venus and Jupiter drawing together in the western sky. The variety of twilight colors is a sweet bonus.
Photos: Soumyadeep Mukherjee
https://earthsky.org/earthsky-community-photos/entry/56315/ #astronomy #conjunction
Join the #highedweb community tomorrow (Friday, Feb. 10) at noon EST for a discussion and preview of #leadership strategies and tactics from our HighEdWeb 2023 Leadership Academy faculty (@joshuacharles @radiofreegeorgy and Alaina Wiens). After the session is over, we’ll continue the conversation in the HighEdWeb Slack channel. Hope to see you there!
Join the community: https://events.highedweb.org/management-leadership/2626459
As a followup from my "I'm not at Food52 anymore" post, I spent some time over the weekend putting down my thoughts on what kind of role and more importantly what kind of company I am looking to find.
This includes links to my resume and other such administrivia as well as bonus content linking to great articles by Angela Riggs and the every popular @mipsytipsy
As part of my last welcome speech as president of #ccavadc last week at the Winter 2023 conference at JMU, I encouraged attendees to “stop, reflect and learn” and, completely unplanned, our keynote speaker Matt Weber from UVA shared a similar message of “pause, reflect, do”. I’ll take it as serendipity that we both had the same idea, and am taking the message to heart by devoting some time to write out a few reflections and lessons learned from my time so far with CCA. https://tiffanyb.net/musings/2023/01/22/stop-reflect-learn.html
I am sad to say that I am no longer working at Food52 and am starting my search for a new role. My search is early but I know what drives me.
Simply put, solving technical problems and working with others to see them succeed is what brings me joy.
I am likely looking for a Principal/Staff level IC role at a company whose mission I can get behind. Remote-only. My recent experience is with Ruby on Rails, but I love learning new technology.
Any leads are appreciated!
Director of Digital Marketing at William & Mary; avid cook, traveller, photographer, volleyballer and tasty beverage consumer the rest of the time. Lawful good.
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