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Like, What Do You Mean?

Dear readers,

Is it me, Or is it just easy to play the “like” game? Meaning, click the like button without reading the content. I likes you, so you feel obligated to like me back. 76 more words

Random Thoughts

The Price of Attention & How Demand for it has Outpaced Supply

My previous post on the state of marketing doesn’t reflect random interest. Having put myself out there on the Internet as a professional for a few years, I know unsolicited sales pitches from business development and marketing “gurus” come with the territory. 837 more words

Observations

Fire and My Attention Span

My attention span is short. Our whole generation’s is. And I’m not passing judgement here either – craving new information and being dissatisfied with the way things are can push us to try new things and innovate. 200 more words

Travel

Cellular Data: Work Detox of Social Media

So…when you have limited cellular data, and you’re about a week out when your data plan restarts, what do you do?

These days, a lot of consumers will switch to plans that have unlimited data or data not used previously to the next month. 1,236 more words

Public Health

Like, What Do You Mean?

Dear readers,

Is it me, Or is it just easy to play the “like” game? Meaning, click the like button without reading the content. I likes you, so you feel obligated to like me back. 76 more words

Random Thoughts

Train Your Brain, Improve Your Focus

The digital media era is supposed to have made us smarter and more efficient.  In reality, it has probably had the opposite effect, fragmenting our attention and making it more difficult to focus on the task at hand.  275 more words

Miscellaneous

Summer Doldrums - 2016 Edition

We have an issue with timelines and attention spans.

When an event happens on the global financial and geopolitical stage and the official narrative is framed, those who question the narrative are brushed aside or even shouted down. 709 more words

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