Category Archives: Social Change

A family that shoots together stays together!

Family values is one of the core messages the NRA preaches to its members and supporters.  The NRA has created a culture that speaks to the very fabric that holds the NRA families together. By passing their gun rights agenda … Continue reading

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Connecting the Unconnected

Michael Saylor’s interview with Charlie Rose during class shared with us that billions of people are now using mobile phones, and in fact, 80% of the world’s global, literate population have them. However, according to the World Economic Forum, more … Continue reading

Posted in Employment, Human networks, Social Change, Social Media, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards: Your Age is Showing

The Grammy Awards is currently experiencing a big existential crisis with their consistent decline in viewership over the past few years, especially, among viewers aged 18-49. Although, the awards show did manage to at least maintain the same average rating as last year’s show … Continue reading

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And the Real Winner is…

T-Mobile.   Airbnb.   According to Merkle’s 2017 Digital Bowl Report, T-Mobile grabbed top spot for most effective Super Bowl ad campaigns across digital channels including social media, paid search, SEO, and digital media/display. Merkle, a global performance marketing agency, … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Crowdsourcing, disruption and social media, Social Change, SuperBowl ads | Tagged | 1 Comment

Anti-Trump Trumpism: Path to Change?

In Donald Trump’s first 10 days as President, his 22.9 million @realDonaldTrump followers have been served 65+ tweets (and still counting). It is the unadulterated, stream of consciousness voice of our President, alternatively boasting about his inauguration attendance and TV … Continue reading

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How China Changes Internet

I guess I was wrong to jump into the conclusion that China killed Chinese Facebook(Ren ren) , and is messing up with the social network apps adapted from the western world. After watching this short video in New York Times, … Continue reading

Posted in Apps, communication, Privacy, Social Change, Social Media, technology, You Tube | 1 Comment

Will BOTs Change Customer Service?

Last week Facebook made a major announcement.  They informed the world that they are getting into the bot business by unveiling a bot platform into Messenger.  This is just a few weeks after Microsoft unveiled bots into Skype.  Up until … Continue reading

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