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MY THOUGHTS ON ‘LEAVING NERVERLAND’

I spent the last 2 nights watching the documentary about Michael Jackson’s sexual abuse of 2 little kids (now adults) titled “Leaving Neverland”. I watched it, not because I’m a big Michael Jackson fan, I’m not really, but simple intrigue.…

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Rise of the Instagram Influencer

R Instagram influencers can make up to $100 for every 10,000 followers per sponsored post. The Instagram influencer as a species is easy to spot. Defined by their large social media followings, content from this class of marketers is typically…

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HISTORY OF SOCIAL MEDIA

1997: The Birth of Social Media when a website called “Six Degrees”.  It was named after the ‘six degrees of separation’ theory and lasted from 1997 to 2001. -From there, ICQ was born and most members of Generation X remember…

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My Travel To Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey – largely unknown to many fellow Americans, compared to other places to visit. However, Istanbul is filled with rich history by way of charming sights & neighborhoods that will make a believer out of any traveler. And the new…

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My Travel To Egypt

Egypt– the enchanting country that we have seen in movies since childhood. Such films capture the pure essence of history, love, & betrayal. Its probably most people’s dream to visit the Great Pyramids one day! For me, that day came……

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Do I Post too much? | Social Media Ethics

Some people might say that I know a thing or two about social media, but its rewarding to have engaging conversations about social media with colleagues and in turn, advise clients on some of the different facets. Talking to one of my clients in particular, the nations largest grape grower and producer of Juices…

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What cruise lines don’t want you to know

By James Walker   A Carnival cruise ship was adrift 150 miles off the coast of Mexico after an engine room fire. Cruise passengers were complaining about the lack of air conditioning, hot cabins, cold food and toilets that wouldn’t flush.…

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Mini Darth Vader uses force for good

By Rebecca Angel Baer One of the most memorable Super Bowl ads in recent years starred a pint-size Darth Vader attempting to use the force all over his house, finally succeeding, or so he thought, in starting his dad’s car.…

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