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A trending topic last week was the death of a 17-year-old endangered silverback gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo. No matter your thoughts on the situation, it can’t be argued that the Cincinnati Zoo has done an excellent job at handling the crisis currently surrounding its name and reputation.
Call me a late adopter. A skeptic. Practical. Actually, don’t call me practical…long story. But, I am someone who appreciates the testing and proving of anything. So for me, the craze around virtual reality sets off every trigger in the “why is this important?” compartment of my brain.
The Trending Topics section of Facebook has become, well, a trending topic. Tech blog Gizmodo reports Facebook has downplayed conservative news in the “trending” section on the right of the desktop screen (in the search bar on mobile,) opting for a more liberal slant. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, has taken it seriously enough to discuss it both on the social media site and in person with conservative leaders.
A great conference builds many things; professional knowledge, industry insight and personal networking just to name a few. The 2016 AMIN Worldwide Integrated Conference Little Rock, April 24th through the 26th built one of the most important elements of an inspired workforce — connection.
This Week in Social Media: Facebook’s Allegations, Periscope’s Permanent Broadcasts and Instagram’s New Logo Gauging One of the World’s Biggest Publisher’s “Unbiased” Opinion Earlier this week Gizmodo reported that Facebook has an alleged liberal bias. Before we continue, I should note that Facebook adamantly denies…
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