Viewing posts from January, 2015

ApplePay: The Future of Adversiting

January 29, 2015

Apple. One of the quintessential symbols in the technology industry. Apple has single handedly taken technology to another level, and developed a lasting reputation in ...

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The Silliness of "Deflategate": How The Patriots Have Only Themselves To Blame

January 29, 2015

Let me first say that I really don't like the Patriots. I think the organization is arrogant, egotistical and pretentious. They're also a ...

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Diversity and developing comfort with discomfort

January 23, 2015

90 percent of who we are we cannot see, but we make most of our choices based on the other 10 percent. 

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The relevance of informal diction in social media

January 16, 2015

Earlier in the week, Digiday came up with an article about how a number of brands were moving away from corporate language in favor of ...

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The importance of internal and external communication

January 8, 2015

I recently called to schedule my daughters 13-month check-up and while I was on the phone with the receptionist, I was informed that her pediatrician ...

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Is there really a demand for all these college bowl games? You bet there is!

January 2, 2015

I do love college football, but have to say that I chuckle at the number of bowl games with medicore teams playing in front of ...

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