With a little over two weeks remaining before I bid farewell to the East Coast life, I’m still making the most out of what little time I have remaining in Philly. My life’s goal is to hopefully move to Washington, D.C. or Boston by the decade’s end. Is it too early to make such a prediction? Is it too bold? We’ll see. I hope it comes true.
For now, here’s this week’s #Read3 and what I can expect for the week ahead.
- PR stereotypes: Fact or fiction? – Don’t believe everything you see, read or hear in pop culture about the public relations field. The people that do it right don’t always get the attention they deserve.
- The Complete Guide to Twitter Etiquette – If you’re a novice Twitter user, here are some tips that will make you less frowned upon by others when you’re tweeting away. I know plenty who violate some of these etiquettes one way or another.
- 10 Foods Los Angeles Does Better Than Anywhere Else – It can be argued that every city, in their own right, is better at some kinds of food. I miss having authentic Mexican food. Also, if Chinese take-out restaurants were common in L.A. as they are on the East Coast, that would be great.
- PRSA International Conference – For the fourth year in a row, I will be attending the PRSA conference next weekend. This also marks the first time it will be taking place in the same city I am living in. If you’re going to the PRSA or the PRSSA conference next weekend, I look forward to seeing you there.
Due to that last point, there will be no #Read3 next week. The next edition of #Read3 will be on Nov. 3. In the meantime, follow my tweets @SimonOh throughout the conference next weekend. If the last three years are any indication, it will be buzzing with activity.
Have a great Sunday and a rest of your week!