What These 4 Celebrities Can Teach Us About Reputation Management

Ah, celebrities. Why do we love to hate them? If you’re like me, you take guilty peeks into the latest People magazine (Celebrities! They’re just like us!) while standing in line at the grocery store. And sometimes those magazines fall onto the conveyor belt for purchase. No? Well, me neither. And I absolutely do not have the full Bachelor issue … [Read more...]

How NowThis News Makes Us Question the Future of Traditional Media

 As social media sites become more and more of a news source, particularly for young people, many are wondering if traditional media will ultimately die out. To cater to much-discussed Millennials, companies such as NowThis News are relying on the web and social media to relay the news. While some traditional media organizations are keeping up with … [Read more...]

Khan Academy Teams Up with Bank of America

Back in September, I wrote about Khan Academy. Salman Khan, a former financial analyst at Wohl Capital Management, began tutoring his nieces in math over Yahoo! Messenger. When the tutoring expanded, he uploaded the videos to YouTube. Eventually, Bill Gates noticed the project, and the rest – as they say – is history. From the Classroom to the … [Read more...]

Newsflash: YouTube Is Almost a Mobile-First Website

It seems that every week or so there is another article making its rounds on the web about the importance of mobile for advertisers and businesses. Those stories aren't going away any time soon, and that's a good thing. It's important to stay alert to the progress of mobile since the market is, after all, breaking new ground day by day. Today we've … [Read more...]

Income Tax Turns 100!

Continuing my proud tradition of celebrating milestone birthdays of random things, I would like to take the time to wish the federal income tax a very happy hundredth birthday! Happy (Slightly Belated) Birthday, Income Tax! Can you imagine a world without income tax? Me neither. Still, in our proud nation’s not-too-distant past, citizens lived … [Read more...]

Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Are You Still Unaware?

The seasons are changing and October is upon us once again. Of course, October means many things to many different people. It is Dwarfism Awareness Month, for one. Still, for most people, October has become synonymous with breast cancer and its mascot color, Pink. And So It Begins Again To kick off the annual onslaught of Pink themed things, we … [Read more...]