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I know I know I know... It’s the city. Get over it. I live in urbania. Renton, Washington. I’m like 12 to 13 miles from downtown Seattle, depending on the route I take. Since Seattle is the center of our Puget Sound megalopolis, work often takes me to the city. Albeit many of you live in more pop...
I watched a TEDx talk a few months ago given by Sally Kohn, “Don’t like clickbait? Don’t click.” Sally is a lawyer, political commentator, and CEO of Movement Vision Lab, a grassroots think tank. In this short conversation she makes some big points that I continue to think about. In this age we’r...
Among a few fond memories I have of the later 1950’s (I was just a young'n then) is the advertising in magazines, newspapers and on television. We were all going to live a wonderful modern life with amazing products that would bring us every convenience. We'd see the USA in a Chevrolet and take i...
After a presentation in Mill Creek I went to lunch with the managing broker and my co-worker and good friend Kelly Clark to talk about the logistics for our new #mobilecomcamp 3 clock hour class coming up in April at the Alderwood Mall In Lynnwood, Washington. At Kelly’s suggestion we went to Azu...
Two teapots sitting on a shelf. One say's to the other, "LOOK!, there they go!"I wish I could follow...  #westfieldsc #Tukwila #PNW #lifestyle #Southcenter
The first time the Easter Hare was mentioned in print was in a writing by Georg Franck von Franckenau’s De ovis paschalibus, ‘About Easter Eggs’ in 1682. This folklore originated with the German lutherans. The Easter Hare brought colored eggs, candy, and sometimes toys in a basket to those good c...
Update: The Library Over The River We’re starting to see some real progress on the Renton Library over Cedar River this Friday, the first day of Spring 2015. The new roof is up and sheathing curtains cover the outside walls. The new wall is nearing finishing touches on the north side of the build...
Friday's Fotos: Where’s the Monitor? I just finished up an appointment in old downtown Renton last week and walking back to my truck I stopped to look into the windows of a few antique stores. It’s funny what comes to mind. Even though typewriters like this one were old and relics from another ag...
10 totally random things you probably didn’t know about me... 1. In 2002 then 2004 I had total hip replacement surgeries. I’m eternally grateful for modern medicine everyday. Otherwise, I’d be in a wheelchair. Happy to report I can still tear up a dance floor! I tell my kids, “I am your inheritan...
I’ve posted about the University Village in Seattle several times. I draw a lot of inspiration from this urban village and my co-worker Barbie Van Horn and I teach a a really fun and engaging 3 clock hour social media marketing class here once a month titled: Mobile Communication Boot Camp, or #m...

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.