I’m finding myself avoiding social media this week. This is not a topical post, and I am not going to express my views on any given topic currently saturating the mainstream media. I’m not afraid to take a stand on an issue, but I want you to read this blog. I want you to read this … More Compassion and the Hope for Dialogue
This blog post is more than a rant about Yahoo!, but allow me to share my recent experience with its photo and hosting site Flickr by way of an introduction. I’ve been an avid Flickr user since 2006, and a Pro (paid) subscriber since 2007. For most of that time, Flickr was never the prettiest photo sharing site, but … More What Do We Know?
As a graduate student, I am often asked what I studied as an undergraduate, and my answer seems to genuinely confuse most people. After performing this experiment dozens of times in the last 8 months, I’ve gathered that it’s rare for an MBA student to answer that question with “I went to art school and … More The Communication Factor