New Media Marketing with René Fabre

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2012 

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R.I.P. Doc Watson Doc, was born in Deep Gap, North Carolina on March 3, 1923. He went blind at 1 years old from an eye infection. Later his Daddy made him a banjo from a cat skin and said, "Learn to play this son... I think it'll help you get through life. We'll get you a store bought one when we...
Posted almost 2 years ago
The Journey of a thousand miles... Tuesday afternoon I drove over to Yakima, Washington. From Seattle it’s a beautiful drive over the Cascade Mountains via Snoqualmie pass, hang a right in Ellensburg and head south down Interstate 82. From my place it’s about 160 miles. I love eastern Washington....
Posted almost 2 years ago
Out for a morning coffee and breakfast with my friend Dave Hoskin. We try to get together at least once a month to catch up on life, current events, reminisce about the old days, a little philosophy, politics, art, and always music, writers, and literature. We were a little disoriented and at a l...
Posted almost 2 years ago
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Three Womannequins I was downtown Renton Friday morning to meet with my friend Gary for coffee. Afterwards I strolled along S 3rd St, the main drag in old downtown with my trusty iPhone 4s and heavily armed with my new Olloclip (add on) lense looking for subjects. Along this block there are sever...
Posted almost 2 years ago
Met my friend Gary for coffee this morning at the Liberty Cafe. I confess, I’ve driven by a thousand times but haven’t stopped. Meant to, but haven’t. Well... this morning I’m glad we did. It’s just a tiny little indie place in old downtown Renton. I left so happy just knowing a place like this s...
Posted almost 2 years ago
Happy Mothers Day, Mom... When mom passed back in 1999 I was asked to give the eulogy. I was honored to accept but it threw me into a total panic; “What am I going to say?” After a few days of sheer fright obsessing over scribbled notes a phrase appeared and I clung to it. “Mom was the keeper of ...
Posted almost 2 years ago
Back to the Future: Century 21 revisited. Back in the early 60’s Seattle threw one heck of a party for the world. The idea for the fair was born in 1955 to acknowledge the upcoming 50th anniversary of the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. It was going to be a celebration of our amazing develo...
Posted almost 2 years ago
One of nature's many gifts to the Pacific Northwest is an abundance of Rhododendrons. Though us natives of the Puget Sound (if the truth were revealed) do become weary of grey days and rain about now, but the Rhododendron's love it as they ready for the warm spring sun to burst into their glory a...
Posted almost 2 years ago
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I'm a teacher, artist, blogger and public speaker living in the Pacific Northwest. My passion is the evolving social media environment and how it is profoundly changing the way we do business.


As a certified clock hour instructor, I enjoy teaching new media marketing, social media, and emerging technologies to real estate professionals for the First American Title Real Estate School of Washington and Alaska.


I also enjoy teaching social media strategies for entrepreneurs and small business in the continuing education department at Bellevue College.


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