Category: Consumer Behavior

Check Your Sources: A Beginner’s Guide to Knowing What to Believe Online

I read a great meme on Facebook a couple years ago. “Google before you post” is the new “Think before you speak.” It is cute, funny, and true. We see a great deal of “news” on social media sites every day. Sometimes it is…

As News Consumers Age, Newspapers Continue Death March

I was shocked earlier this week when someone told me about a 39-year-old person who reads the newspaper every morning. I’m 40, and I haven’t picked up a newspaper in … well, I can’t really remember. I tried to rationalize by imagining that this…

Community Newspapers in the Digital Age: A Survival Guide

Published in THE UP! MAGAZINE London, United Kingdom.

Ancient Philosophy and Emerging Technology

A short example of how the earliest of thinkers is still relevant in the twenty-first century.

@Twitter, the #WorldSeries and #Hurricane #Sandy

While sitting in Pennsylvania this morning, awaiting the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, I pushed out the following across three social media platforms: Presently #SFgiants is trending higher than and #Sandy related hashtags on Twitter. Many ways to interpret that. What’s yours? That was at…

Radio in the Digital Age

Published in THE UP! MAGAZINE London, United Kingdom.

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