The number of times people share headlines without reading the articles behind them may surprise you. Some studies, like one covered in The Washington Post, says it’s as often as 6 in 10. What are the effects of that? Is it a bad thing?
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I’m wrong a lot. I’ve actually created a “humble list” of times I’ve been colossally wrong about predictions or other things for when I find a little too much swagger in my step. In this case, it was a bunch of assumptions I made when Linkedin first announced their publishing platform in 2014. “Why would […]
I was having a conversation recently about the merits of social platforms on the internet and whether they were actually useful or positive. Some of the opinions I’ve heard before came up — ones like “Facebook is full of politics and cat videos” that I’ve agreed with before. But suddenly I found myself being contrary. […]
With all of our computers, smartphones, and tablets these days it’s easier than ever to get things done from pretty much anywhere. Add the cloud into that, and we’re connected virtually all the time. But there’s a downside to that: we’re connected virtually all the time. The effects of this sneak up on us. While […]
An Oasis Cafe has been in the business spotlight recently for taking out their frustrations about a raise in minimum wage on its customers. The gist: they’ve added a line item to all receipts entitled “Minimum Wage Fee” for $0.35. Their justification is that the $0.75/hour increase in wages will cost the company an additional $10,000 […]