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ComWarner Newest Friend or Foe

Two cable giants finally merged. Comcast bought Time Warner for $45.2 billion. If the deal is approved by the FCC, it will be the biggest provider for television channels and Internet connections in the nation, rivaling DirecTV, phone companies and … Continue reading

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Virtues of a purple cow

Seth Godin, author of Tribes, gave a TED talk in 2003 on the importance of being original when trying to grab consumers’ attention. He pointed out that no one would stop to see a cow grazing alongside a highway because … Continue reading

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Google TV: Web entering your television this fall

Don’t want to wait until 10 p.m. for your favorite show to run on TV? Tired of having to watch a show online on your tiny computer screen? As announced earlier this week, your solution is coming this fall, and … Continue reading

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University of California stops using Gmail over security concerns

Every time I open my computer, the first thing I do is check my Arizona State University e-mail, from Gmail. I like to think that Google is one of the most reliable websites. To me, my e-mail is one of … Continue reading

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To iPad or not to iPad

When I found out the iPad with 3G came out on Friday, I was trying to figure out a subtle way to let my parents know that that would be a perfect gift for a graduate (me). But first I … Continue reading

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Does Social Media Make You Less Trustful?

Do you trust your friends and colleagues to be creditable sources of information about a company? If so, you’re in the minority. According to Edelman’s 2010 Trust Barometer, the number of people who do is 25 percent — a big … Continue reading

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Stalking people? No it is just Foursquare

Have you ever walked into a new restaurant hoping that it will be delicious, but you did not know what to expect? Or, have you ever gone to a concert and thought, “I wonder if I will run into anyone … Continue reading

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The PR Approach to Wikipedia

Wikipedia is an enormous source of information, but its “anyone can edit” quality right away punched holes in its credibility. This has improved down the years, but the day has yet to arrive when we see Wikipedia as a superior … Continue reading

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How much can you really find online?

The Internet is clearly something that has evolved drastically over the past decade. All professions must deal with the adjustments that the Internet brings. It makes me wonder what life in an office was like before everyone had their own … Continue reading

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Technology is a slave to me

For many of us, technology allows faster means of communication and greater job efficiency.  With new developments being released every day it’s easy to get carried away with everything.  I came across a post from A Shel of My Former Self  blog, which describes … Continue reading

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