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Tag Archives: social media
Why I believe not allowing comments on a blog or column not only serves to undermine its content, but also actively makes me question the quality and trustworthiness of the opinion itself. Continue reading →
A quick lesson in why a vote against something does not always represent a vote in favour of the opposite, as evidenced by my discussion with my Ward councillor regarding the Dec. 11 motion asking Joe Fontana to step down. Continue reading →
Business spokespeople trying to sound smart only obscures their message. And while Biz Speak is infecting many, it may be social media and texting that provides the cure. Continue reading →
Why, despite a rebuke from a St. Thomas police officer, we should continue to err on the side of our children’s safety when it comes to sharing abduction information on-line. Continue reading →
Don’t be too hard on Cathryn Sloane for her statement that every social media manager should be under 25 — we all were like her once. Finding out what we don’t know is a natural part of the learning process. Continue reading →