Category Archives: Click Bait

Nothing to Report

The ongoing special counsel investigation report about the President and his administration, led by Bob Mueller, was submitted to the Attorney General last Friday. It was the biggest news story of the weekend and possibly the year. For the entire … Continue reading

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“Heil Twitler!”

“We need a leader, not a tweeter!” was a very popular chant at the latest protests this week.  Even I carried a sign stating, “Delete our Twitler in Chief!” It’s obvious that many of us in the opposition have a strong … Continue reading

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The Only List That Counts

I am a list person.  It is how I try to stay organized.  So, I was immediately drawn to the click bait headline from Social Media Today that read, “The World’s 21 Most Important Social Media Sites and Apps in … Continue reading

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The Digital Version of “The Hidden Persuaders”–Using A/B Testing to Get to Yes

One of candidate Obama’s first disclosures about how he was going to fix Washington was on a visit to Google in 2007 where he told a cheering audience that he was a data connoisseur.  “I am a big believer in … Continue reading

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