Go Overboard on Mentioning Place and Time when you create Events

Something I’m noticing about peoples’ posts on social media and via email is that they often assume that the reader knows where they’re located. With about 4,000 FB friends — hi, everyone! — I’m constantly intrigued by friends’ offerings, but often don’t know where they are located. Even friends who post something who I know are local — the events often don’t mention the…

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Albert Kaufman

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