If today’s students are using new technology as a tool for academic success, what do you suppose will happen once those students graduate? Will they want to engage in business pursuits the same way? Will they expect to do work from wherever the are? Will performance evaluations no longer happen face-to-face but rather virtually through the company’s … Continue reading
Google allows users to dictate what happens to their accounts when they die. Would you want to leave your account with your boyfriend or girlfriend? Maybe you’d like your parents to have access to your online photos. The Chicago Tribune reports on google’s “inactivity” policy. http://my.chicagotribune.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-75548034/
“It’s more important than ever for brands to project their value.Marketers in general understand the need for consistency in color and design. But it’s also vital to move beyond the standard logo and tagline and take a holistic approach to evoking emotions among potential customers across all of your marketing channels — including social media … Continue reading
How Social Media After the Boston Bombing Can Be a Recipe for PTSD – Rebecca Greenfield – The Atlantic Wire.
…simply stated is, TED. For those of you who haven’t met TED yet, let me introduce you. Ted is a nonprofit that was started in 1984 with the goal of sharing ideas and creating connections between people around Technology, Entertainment, and Design. TED’s motto: Ideas Worth Spreading. Each year TED hosts 2 global conferences: on on the … Continue reading
Grabbing a visitor’s attention is them most important part of blog writing. The title you write is the face of your post and in my opinion is more important the the photo(s) you choose to accompany your words. Check out the post How to Write a Headline for Your Blog That Will Knock People Out With Its Sheer … Continue reading
What Type of Social Networking Personality Are You?
We already know that web visitors on average read only 20% of text on a page. It is harder to read on a screen than it is to read on paper. People are impatient while online. They don’t read, they scan. The Nielsen Norman Group writes about what challenges exist when you are writing for mobile devices. … Continue reading
Find out what Mashable contributor Chris taylor has to say about Facebook in the new year. Facebook is a roller-coaster ride. We’re thrilled and horrified by the switchbacks, but we’re invested. The network is too massive to ignore. No getting out until the ride has come to a complete halt. Read Chris Taylor’s full post.
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