Podcasting some ‘Mississippi Magic’ with @PaulGalloShow

SuperTalk Mississippi now has seven different podcasts. What’s a podcast? It’s a web-exclusive audio show that you can listen to online, whenever and wherever you want. Today – we launched Mississippi Magic with Paul Gallo and talked about it on The Gallo Radio Show.   So how do you download a podcast, where do you … Continue reading “Podcasting some ‘Mississippi Magic’ with @PaulGalloShow”

Learn to tell your business story better with a free workshop from @SuperTalk

SuperTalk Mississippi is hosting a free Business Marketing Workshop in Starkville on Tuesday, March 5. Award-winning storyteller Dawn Dugle (who just happens to be our Digital Marketing Director) will be presenting “How to create a business story that sells”. You’ll learn what a “business story” is, the three base stories every business needs and where … Continue reading “Learn to tell your business story better with a free workshop from @SuperTalk”

Jackson Foodies working to help furloughed federal workers

There are more than 4,000 furloughed federal workers in Mississippi and a local foodie group wanted to do something to help them out. The Jackson Foodies are holding a gift card drive – collecting gift cards through Friday, January 25. They’re looking for gift cards in any amount to help furloughed families buy food, groceries, … Continue reading “Jackson Foodies working to help furloughed federal workers”

Christmas Movie Bingo

I love Christmas and really love Christmas movies – the cheesier the better. My mom and I have this annual tradition of watching every Hallmark Christmas movie we can get our hands on (and stay awake watching). While watching, we try to figure out how the movie will end before the other one figures it … Continue reading “Christmas Movie Bingo”

Your apps are tracking your every move, and you may not even know it

There’s a line in “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” that says: “he sees when you are sleeping, he knows when you’re awake”. Turns out – Santa’s not the only one tracking your every move. The apps on your phone are keeping tabs on you, even while you sleep. And that information is available to … Continue reading “Your apps are tracking your every move, and you may not even know it”

Recipe for business success, 25 years in the making

Jeff Good and Dan Blumenthal – co-owners of BRAVO! Italian Bar and Restaurant, Broad Street Baking Company and Sal & Mookie’s – stopped by Good Things to talk about the book written about their life by Mississippi author (and SuperTalk Creative Director) Dawn Dugle. Their advice for entrepreneurs and anyone who wants to start a … Continue reading “Recipe for business success, 25 years in the making”

How to delete your Twitter history

In recent weeks, several high-profile people have come under fire for tweets they made years ago. Disney fired director James Gunn from the third installment of Guardians of the Galaxy for “inappropriate tweets” and a Milwaukee Brewers pitcher came under fire for tweets he made when he was 17 years old. So what do you … Continue reading “How to delete your Twitter history”

Homecoming Dinner in The Metro

Some of the best chefs in the Southeast have gotten their start at BRAVO! To celebrate this legacy of excellence they have invited them home for a night like BRAVO! has never seen before. Executive Chef and Co-owner of BRAVO!, Dan Blumenthal and guest Chef Jay Parmegiani stopped by The Metro to share the details … Continue reading “Homecoming Dinner in The Metro”

What does Facebook actually know about you?

Starting today, Facebook will be alerting people who were affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Last week, the social network site announced the number of people who had their data stolen was actually 87 million, not 50 million as previously reported by the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower. If your data was among those stolen, a notice … Continue reading “What does Facebook actually know about you?”

The lies we tell ourselves

Taking on a physical challenge like a boot camp may not seem that life-changing. You might lose a few pounds, and get in better shape – but that’s it right? Not exactly. Three years ago, Fit4Change with Paul Lacoste Sports not only got me into shape, but it changed my life. And it all started … Continue reading “The lies we tell ourselves”