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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 →
Twitter is like one big schoolyard. Which game you play changes your experience, but what’s clear is that playground behaviours can ruin its potential to help us learn, grow, and explore new perspectives. Continue reading →
The decision to post about religion on your personal social networking sites is not one that should be taken lightly, nor without consideration of your larger audience. This is doubly true for businesses — necessitating a laying out of ground rules for religious and political content on brand-focused pages. Continue reading →
The City of Opportunity jingle got it wrong — London’s actually the City of Hope as evidenced by its active, engaged, and community-oriented social networking scene. Continue reading →