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Tag Archives: Social Media
As social media is how most people are getting their news these days, it also appears to be increasingly co-opted by those that see it as a way to disrupt business and society at large. http://nyti.ms/Y6TZl9 http://www.cnbc.com/id/100646197 http://nyti.ms/ZuoSki http://www.buzzfeed.com/jwherrman/twitter-warns-journalists-we-believe-that-these-attacks-will While the … Continue reading →
Time and time again I hear the same comment from commercial real estate companies, “We are on Facebook but it really doesn’t do anything for us”. I wonder if now that the buzz is out in the marketplace that users are … Continue reading →
While I recognize that they are two completely different animals, there was a time when all I was reading about was Big Data. No doubt it’s a game changer when it comes to analytics, targeting and retargeting. But content is all I seem … Continue reading →
In the span of a year, I went from being a somewhat young guy in my professional world to a dinosaur! How did that happen? I spent the first 25 years of my career in the public relations industry, specializing … Continue reading →
News aggregation apps are getting better and better and probably heading closer to extinction along the way.
As someone who recently built a news curation website, it seems a bit hypocritical for me to be writing a blog entry criticizing the world of news aggregation. The sites that I happen to subscribe to, including Flipboard, Zite, Newser, … Continue reading →
First and foremost, my thoughts go out to all those affected by this terrible storm, the likes of which we have never seen before in our neck of the woods. I was one of the lucky ones. We lost power … Continue reading →