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“How to Not Suck at Social Media” — Malcolm McCutcheon [REVIEW]

In Malcolm McCutcheon’s book “How Not to Suck at Social Media,” the short and rudimentary guide to starting up one’s social media accounts for one’s small businesses or even one’s self brand was quite deceiving from the glance of its the bold title of the book. The premise of the book followed similar narratives of […]

Notes on “How Not to Suck at Social Media”

When reading this book, the biggest concern that I came across was the reliable/credibility of the author because I checked the author’s social media platforms especially Twitter, on which he has two profiles (one for business and personal), both of the accounts had less than 200 followers.  Interestingly, it comes with the nature of the territory […]

“In 5-billion years the Sun will expand & engulf our orbit as the charred ember that was once Earth vaporizes. Have a nice day” — Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist who is the Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Center for Earth and Space and a research associate in the department of astrophysics at theAmerican Museum of Natural History. On the side, he is the author of several astrophysics books as well as the host of a scientific radio […]

“The world is a nightmare” — Ron Swanson

This week’s episode of Parks and Recreation featured the privacy conscious Ron Swanson attempting to “get off the grid” and take back control of his presentation in the ever more information populated world. There is no doubt that we are spreading ourselves thin as we sign up for more social media profiles. From Instagram to Reddit, we constantly […]

#NeverForget (us) — Brands

Just as I had set my heart on dedicating a blog post to the low tolerance I have #Beliebers, #OneDirectioners, and Kim Kardashian fans, this happened: Ever since Oreo‘s success with their Superbowl tweet, better known as “The Tweet Heard Around the World,” brands have been trying to replicate this type of “real time advertisement” with big […]