We all worry about spoiler alerts while surfing the web or mobile devices before we’ve watched our favorite television shows, right? But lately, there’s been a lot of online chatter about a positive connection between our favorite TV shows and the online/social media world. Being avid TV watchers, ourselves, and with BuzzPlant actively participating in several movie/TV projects, we’ve had no choice but to keep our eye on the latest... View Article
Category: From Our Office
As a culture we have become distracted by information sources, queries, and commercial suitors that have little or no personal connections with us. The more information we are confronted with the more faceless and impersonal most of our daily lives seem. Apart from any value judgment about this state of things, it is revealing that a very human movement like social media would react to it and reclaim a little... View Article
The recommendation age is a social phenomenon that is changing how we live. It’s a revolution going on right now influencing how we work, how we choose goods and services, how we interact in social, family, and professional relationships and with community leaders and organizations.
“Did you get a Facebook request from Grandma?” Yes. I really was asked that question by multiple members of my family a couple weeks ago. My grandma now has Facebook. The growth and popularity of Facebook never ceases to amaze me. I remember when not that long ago, I wasn’t able to get a Facebook account because I didn’t have my “.edu” email address anymore. Fast forward just a few... View Article
I’ve noticed the number of Christmas cards I’ve received this year has declined. Have you? Now, I don’t think that I’ve become more unpopular or made enemies of all my card senders, so I’ve narrowed it down to a couple conclusions. First being, the economy. Before I used to be really particular about my Christmas cards. Coming from a graphic design background, it had to be the perfect marriage between... View Article
This week The Today Show has been doing a series that explores if civility is dead in our society. Today’s story posed the question, “Do gadgets make us rude?” I have been wrestling with this question myself lately, and I think sadly they do more than we want to admit. I know I’m guilty of technology rudeness. Have you or have you seen someone else do one of the following:... View Article
Have you seen Inception? I personally haven’t, but I want to. And you know why I want to see it? Because everyone keeps talking about it on Facebook and Twitter. The preview didn’t make me want to see it. In fact, when I saw the preview, I even said to my husband, “That movie looks intriguing, but kind of weird, maybe worth $1 at RedBox.” Fast forward to the weekend... View Article
To stand apart from centralization, to focus on the message and not the mass, we have to center on the niche, that is the bull’s eye.
We, as moms, play dress up with our kids everyday, but instead of the child wearing the superhero uniform, we, as moms, wear an invisible cape everyday. Changing diapers, feedings, laundry, grocery store trips and helping with homework, it’s amazing if we find a minute to ourselves. WhyMomsRule.com recently had a post citing some references to a recent post about “reinforcing the importance of women in social media.” I must... View Article
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