I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the Campbell Soup Company. It’s not for love of soup that I pay homage but for love of green bean casserole, created by staff members in 1955. Now then, getting into the holiday spirit armed with the realization that I have much to count my lucky stars for, I’ve racked my brain to come up with a few more, less delicious, items that have made my life easier over the past year. I guess some would call that gratitude.Joe Pulizzi, content king. I won’t be the first to admit that content development is a pain-staking process. From coming up with the initial concept to writing the content to publishing, it kind of sucks sometimes. But peeps like Pulizzi make my job easier. Pulizzi is founder of Content Marketing Institute and a seasoned online content pro. In one of his recent articles, he discusses content marketing initiatives and why you should imagine your content from 10 to 1. It’s simple. Start with the number 10 – can you imagining your content in 10 different ways? Meaning, can you alter it to fit into various outlets, i.e., blog, podcast, video? Spreading it out over multiple channels makes the time spent creating it much more worthwhile. Point is people, do more with less. And keep up with Pulizzi – he’ll help guide you on your content development journey.Pandora, internet radio king -After reporting profits for the 3rd quarter and beating Wall Street analyst predictions, critics are still skeptical about the future of the company. But I’m not. Pandora still works wonders on my days. There’s something comforting about having whatever music you’re in the mood for at the click of a mouse. Should Pandora be worried about the competition? Absolutely. Worthy adversaries such as Spotify, Radio and Stereomood have their own unique features to boast about. Stereomood, for example, is pretty sweet because you pick a playlist based on your mood.Netflix, the streaming king – It’s a love/hate relationship. I was super upset earlier this year when the streaming giant decided to up its prices and basically deliver less for more. But reinvention strikes again. Netflix just announced they’ll be reviving one the cleverest, best written comedies of all time. (Opinion not open for debate.) Set to run in 2013, 20th Century Fox studio will produce an unspecified number of new Arrested Development episodes. The new episodes will only be available to Netflix customers so unsubscribers, might be time to let go of the grudge. It was an easy decision for me. Bring it on, Netflix! You might have just totally redeemed yourself!