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How Soon We Forget—But the Web Doesn’t

June 16, 2014


Here we are, now halfway through 2014, and I’ve totally forgotten my New Year’s resolutions, much less the vow I made just a month ago to lose 5 pounds (therefore, v. 2 of that vow is 8 pounds). Our memories are short, and often that fact can be a blessing. The Internet, however, never forgets. […]

After the Economic “Downheaval”: Using New Media to Retain Employees

February 8, 2011


So many American businesses were breathing on life support between 2008 and 2010 that their attention became focused nearly exclusively on customers and prospects.  The practice of employee relations often took a back seat—way in the back of the bus—or was booted off the agenda entirely. Now operating with much smaller staffs and employing technology […]

Refocusing on Boomers in Social Networks

September 1, 2010


Even though many of us now are in our 60s, Boomers still consider themselves forever young.  Those known as the 60s generation, in fact, sometimes believe they invented youth, in all its variegated aspects–from Mickey Mouse Club to miniskirts, from the Beatles to the battle lines of campus confrontation, the Boomer generation has always celebrated youth. Few […]