Content seems like it has been on a decline for a while – lots of people posting content that is decidedly bad or in poor taste, and many are completely oblivious to how bad it is (that’s the point of the image above – what a great example). But now marketers have caught on too. And content marketing is getting ... Read More »
Like many people who have started their own business before, I hire out of necessity, not simply bec...
Facing a rare form of terminal bone cancer, osteosarcoma, Zach Sobiech turned to music. And what he...
See “From Kabul to Boston” The Golden Rule—do to others what you would like them to do u...
I’ve started a new Tumblr account. Check it Out Here I also started writing two new books. B...
I developed my Twitter practices based on a decade of academic research on religion, culture, and em...
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Like many people who have started their own business before, I hire out of necessity, not simply because I have more cash in the bank. Yes, when I hire that makes me into a job creator, but creating jobs is a function of demands for products and services. Why hire unless you need to? Why not just keep more cash ... Read More »
Facing a rare form of terminal bone cancer, osteosarcoma, Zach Sobiech turned to music. And what he created was both inspiring and beautiful. Take a few minutes to watch the celebrity music video of people who felt touched by his life, followed by a short documentary. Zach died today, May 20th. Here’s the short documentary – it’s worth every precious minute ... Read More »
See “From Kabul to Boston” The Golden Rule—do to others what you would like them to do unto you—is considered to embody the values of the world religions. This core tenet in our shared origins and traditions is strikingly similar to the new ethos across social media that demands transparency and honesty from global brands and governmental organizations. Has human ... Read More »
I’ve started a new Tumblr account. Check it Out Here I also started writing two new books. Both will be interactive eBooks created on Atavist, which is the premier publishing platform for interactive content that is longer than an article but shorter than a typical book (think Kindle Singles, but with pictures, videos, links and interactive maps). The Disrupt Revolution: ... Read More »
I’ve worked in social media since before Facebook was introduced to Harvard undergraduates and the term “social media” existed. Now a 50 billion dollar company, I’m consistently struck by the disruptive impact of Facebook’s executive decisions that force developers, advertisers, and corporate partners to rethink and adapt well-planned business strategies. Privacy settings, API changes, terms of service, user interface design—all ... Read More »