Archive for the ‘sociology’ Category

Throw out the stats. Talk to people.

I’ve been reading a couple articles about the latest social media stats, which some authors suggest are not leading to the “transformational” aspects of social media many expected.  They point to […]

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The social media country club

I finally had time to read the Brogan/Smith book “Trust Agents.”  I thought it was “OK” at best —  I think it’s a good book for marketing newcomers.  But based on the […]

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Social media: Old people rule!

Today I’m pleased to introduce a special guest-blogger, my daughter Lauren, who provides a 20-something perspective of social media. Lauren is an awesome young woman (with a capital AWE) and […]

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It’s time for digital de-tox

Smoky Mountains National Park — The site of my digital de-toxification! Yesterday I commented on the increasing time commitments and frustrations of social media maintenance. To get released from the […]

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Social media exhaustion

I take my first sip of fresh-brewed coffee and sit down in front of my computer for my 15 minutes of morning social media updating. Blog reader. Let’s see what […]

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Is social media re-wiring a generation?

On a rainy day, I was sitting in a shopping mall people-watching. About 75% of the folks between the ages of 13 and 25 were either texting or talking on […]

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