(Past illustrations) Standard text

(This past illustration describes something that I performed in my career, either for a Bredemarket client, for an employer, or as a volunteer. The entity for which I performed the work, or proposed to perform the work, is not listed for confidentiality reasons.) PROBLEM Companies need to respond to questions from their potential customers. OftenContinue reading “(Past illustrations) Standard text”

Monitoring the #connectid hashtag

I have a long history with hashtags. A LONG history. Fires and parades How long? Back on October 23, 2007, I used my then-active Twitter account to tweet about the #sandiegofire. The San Diego fire was arguably the first mass adoption of hashtags, building upon pioneering work by Stowe Boyd and Chris Messina and actedContinue reading “Monitoring the #connectid hashtag”

My 9/21/2021 progress on Bredemarket’s five goals for 2021 (the 1/8/2021 9:30am edition)

I haven’t taken the opportunity to look at how I’m doing on Bredemarket’s 2021 goals for a while. I last looked at all of the goals back on February 22. Needless to say, a lot has happened in the intervening months, some of which I can’t talk about yet.

Google Docs format sharing non-standards

In the past, I’ve mentioned that blog posts are often transitory. I hope this one is transitory and that I can come up with a technical or a procedural solution, because as of now I don’t have one. Most of my writing experience over the past…many years has been with various versions of Microsoft Word,Continue reading “Google Docs format sharing non-standards”

Three reasons why Bredemarket doesn’t need its own Instagram account (and why I created one anyway)

In the course of doing business, Bredemarket has created some dedicated social media accounts, while also using some existing social media accounts of my own. As I’ve mentioned ad nauseum, Bredemarket has its own dedicated LinkedIn page, LinkedIn showcase pages (including my new one), Facebook page, and Facebook groups. Bredemarket doesn’t have its own TwitterContinue reading “Three reasons why Bredemarket doesn’t need its own Instagram account (and why I created one anyway)”

Does your local small business need content creation help?

There are a number of small businesses in Ontario, California and the surrounding cities. Including my small business, Bredemarket. What does Bredemarket create? Bredemarket creates the words (content) that help your business communicate your critical message. Or perhaps I can help you update your old messaging. (Do you have website or social media content thatContinue reading “Does your local small business need content creation help?”

Bredemarket content marketing services for small businesses in and around Ontario, California (The September 1 iteration)

There’s a sentence on the home page for Bredemarket that you may have glossed over, but it’s one that’s been on my mind for the past year. Bredemarket presently offers its services to identity/biometrics, technology, and general business firms, as well as to nonprofits. In this post, I’m going to zero in on a small subsetContinue reading “Bredemarket content marketing services for small businesses in and around Ontario, California (The September 1 iteration)”

The (possible) Afghan data treasure trove doesn’t just threaten the Taliban’s enemies

This post talks about the data the Taliban could POTENTIALLY get from captured biometric devices and other sources, and how that data could conceivably pose a threat to the Taliban’s enemies AND the Taliban itself.

(Bredemarket Premium) Bredemarket tips for aspiring biometric freelancers (the 8/23/2021 11:45am edition)

So I just wrote a post that contained general tips for freelancers. But before launching into the meat of the post, I said the following: I almost considered putting the Bredemarket Premium tag on this and making you pay to read it, but I’m not THAT much of a freelancing expert. (Yet.) After I completed that post and sharedContinue reading “(Bredemarket Premium) Bredemarket tips for aspiring biometric freelancers (the 8/23/2021 11:45am edition)”