Daily Archives: February 8, 2014

Outing Identity Leads To Lethal Consequences

Essay Anne Vanderbilt, scientist and aerospace designer of the Yar Golf putter, was found dead in her home in Gilbert. Cause of death: Suicide. Vanderbilt’s revolutionary club, dubbed the Oracle GXI, was said to change the nature of the game … Continue reading

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‘Paper’ App Sidesteps PR Presence

On Feb 3, Facebook launched a new media-reading app called Paper. It’s designed to ease the task of keeping track of the latest headlines, photos and video by putting the content into one user-friendly app. The day after Paper launched, … Continue reading

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Gay Rights Competing With Games At Sochi

The 2014 Winter Olympics is an opportunity for brands to promote their products globally. However, a controversial Russian law passed in June 2013 banning propaganda related to “nontraditional sexual relations” — as in anything in support of gay rights — … Continue reading

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Olympic Terror Threats: Russia, World Hold Breath

As the countdown to the 2014 Winter Games ticks away, security tightens around the world to repel terrorist threats at the Sochi Olympics. Olympic security has become a priority after rumors of attacks on the Sochi grounds leave athletes and … Continue reading

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Sodastream: Bursting Soda Giants’ Bubble

Football fans look forward to one stellar event every year: Super Bowl.  It’s a matchup not only about football, but also parties, halftime shows, and multimillion-dollar commercials. Coca-Cola offered a touching commercial embracing different cultures; a concept that fits their … Continue reading

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