Monthly Archives: February 2015

Online Streaming vs. Cable — Who Will Win?

As more consumers engage in online streaming, cable will be at a risk to lose viewership. According to a recent study from Nomura Research, that decline may already be well underway. Nomura’s February report compiles data from major cable networks … Continue reading

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Finding Family on Facebook – Even a Stranger’s Family

By now we all know the merits of Facebook – stay in touch with family and friends, seek and share information, raise money, advocate for a cause, remember a birthday, celebrate a life, find a lost-lost friend or relative…on and … Continue reading

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Paid to Use Facebook?

I recently came across an article on Tech Crunch called, “Facebook Unveils Facebook At Work, Lets Businesses Create Their Own Social Networks.”  This immediately caught my attention because not only am I interested in the many ways society uses Facebook, … Continue reading

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#Like a Girl

In many of the discussions about the Hashtag Bowl, also known as the Super Bowl, an ad that tugged at our heartstrings and began conversations keeps coming back up. Not the Nationwide ad – which less tugged at heartstings and more … Continue reading

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Think Globally About Emerging Media

Figure 1. I took this photo of the world’s biggest IMAX theater at Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia. When visiting our son and his family in Sydney, Australia, my wife and I were surprised to discover the world’s biggest IMAX theater … Continue reading

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