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The Technology Market Myth about Baby Boomers (Remember Them?)

April 14, 2014


If you think this older generation doesn’t understand today’s technology, Bing Baby Boomers.

10 Communications Trends for the Next 10 Years

August 9, 2010


I’m home from celebrating the 10th anniversary of Airfoil Public Relations in Detroit.  It was great to look back over a decade of communications success, but I’m even more eager to launch into the next decade.  Here are 10 trends for the next 10 years that I believe will be changing the way we communicate: […]

Is there any likelihood of a backlash to today’s technology?

March 29, 2010


On a recent shopping trip I ran across the latest device for mobile-phone users. It was an old-fashioned-looking telephone receiver that plugs into a cell phone to return the owner to hands-on mobile conversations. You could even rest the receiver on your shoulder to feel the revival of that wonderful neck strain that landlines offer. […]

The Technology of Basics

September 29, 2009


Okay, so now when we board a plane, it’s pretty much no food, no movies, no free tickets for frequent fliers, no free aisle seats, no paper tickets and no free baggage checks. But you might be able to connect to the Internet, watch cable TV, play trivia games against someone sitting in 27C, or […]