Tag Archives for Internet

Disinformation Nation

The recent emergence of the Coronavirus pathogen has inadvertently cast a spotlight on a pervasive and troubling new trend. According to the results of a study conducted by the Pew Research Center, nearly three in ten adults regularly consume their news through established social media channels. The same study revealed that just 21% of the […]

I Deactivated My Facebook Account

And here’s what happened… After months of contemplation and debate, I deactivated my Facebook page. Like many folks, I’ve tired of the too-many-to-count hacking scandals that have plagued the internet over the past year. Facebook was one of many sites to suffer this sad fate. On a related note, data privacy has become increasingly important […]

Tips for Toppling Trolls

If you find yourself or your brand being trolled, consider the following tips: It’s not you, it’s them:  While razor-sharp comments that land on your social feed may feel like a personal attack, don’t take their comments personally.  Internet trolls comport themselves much like bullies:  they seek attention, smack of negativity, and derive a perceived sense of authority […]

Mobile Event App Adoption and Engagement Considerations

You and your team have created and launched a comprehensive mobile app for your upcoming event.  The data has been updated, the navigation has been evaluated, and seemingly endless rounds of testing have ensured that the app downloads easily and runs on major operating systems without a hitch.  Bugs and kinks have been identified and […]