Many people are just plain terrified of big data, much as many were of personal computers back in the 1980s. It’s new, it’s different, and it seems incomprehensible. But we’ve progressed as a society, and now we walk around with personal computers connected to the internet, our phones and notepads, and we think nothing of […]
John McLaughlin’s career came to an abrupt end at the age of 89 in the middle of August as he died from complications to prostate cancer. Before his days in television public affairs talk shows, most notably The McLaughlin Group, he was a Jesuit priest, ran for the Senate in 1970, and then later became […]
Delta Airlines jets are taking off again after computer outages left customers stranded. However, after Delta apologized to the public, apologies were not accepted due to their untruthful reason given to explain their computers shutting down. Delta airlines blamed the problem on a power failure. Experts say the exact problem was unknown, but the computer […]
Social media increasingly plays a strategic role in not just marketing, but public relations as well. In today’s digital world, it’s virtually impossible to reach customers, get the word out, and maintain a youthful image without social media. Everyone’s online — young and old — though different demographics gravitate towards different social media platforms.
When Blackfish exploded onto the scene, some people said it was the beginning of the end for SeaWorld Adventure Parks. Others said, no way, they can ride this storm of bad publicity out until it passes. It’s possible they were both right. SeaWorld is managing to make it through, but it still may not be […]