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So, what’s the first thing that comes to mind when you look at the photo? My brain did a quantum leap straight to IKEA!I was on my way home and ironically just a few blocks from our local IKEA store in Renton when I caught a glimpse of this PT Cruiser convertible in my rearview mirror. At the nex...
Have you or do you use the search engine What I like about it is they don’t track you. You’re anonymous and they don’t store or log any of your personal information with the searches. It’s not so much for me about I don’t want the search engine to know who I am and what I’m lookin...
It was kind of a quiet 4th this year... Mostly due to wearing earplugs much of the day. I drove down to Graham to spend the day with my brother.Terry recently bought a home on 5 acres and it’s a beautiful place. The earplugs were for me while driving the Toro tractor lawn mower. With 5 acres, the...
After so many 4th of July celebrations over the years I thought I’d do a little research about it. I was curious, do I remember what this holiday is actually about?Here’s a few things I discovered...King George III issued a proclamation of Rebellion in August of 1775 and denounced the promoters o...
Throwback Thursdays: Born to be Wild...Wild probably isn’t the first thing one conjures up in their mind when they see an accordion. But hey, this was the 1950s...Like father, like son, I had one of these strapped to me at @ 3 years old. I’m 4 here. I played the accordion into my teens. My dad wa...
Wordless Wednesday: Seattle morning in June with Yellow Cab.
Facing TitansBack in late April I was at the University Village in Seattle working with my teammate Barbie Van Horn. We’re conducting a clock hour class and along the way we stop at the Apple Store and see the new iWatch in the front display window.Note to self: These are pretty cool... (research...
We’re standing on the dock at the Renton Rowing Center on Father’s Day afternoon. It’s sunny and beautiful and the views over Lake Washington from here are simply gorgeous. The skyline you see way in the background is looking north to downtown Bellevue, that’s about 11 miles from where we’re stan...
I love driving down 1st Avenue through Seattle. I’m entering Pioneer Square as I cross Columbia Street and look up to my left to see one of my favorite icons of the city, the Smith Tower. This is the oldest skyscraper and neighborhood in downtown Seattle.In those very early days Seattle became a ...
Who’d a thought! I’m on the Jumbotron at a Seahawks game!Well, not really, but kind of... Yesterday (6/25/15) we're at Westfield Southcenter Mall in Tukwila, Washington. I’m teaching Mobile Communication Boot Camp, a.k.a. hashtag #mobilecomcamp for a group of local Realtors®.I’m having a blast! W...

Rene Fabre

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I'm a teacher, artist, blogger and public speaker who lives in the Pacific Northwest. My passion is the evolving social media environment and how it is profoundly changing the way we do life and business.

I'm a certified clock hour instructor who really enjoys teaching social media marketing and emerging technologies to real estate professionals. I work for the First American Title Real Estate School of Washington.

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