• Google Plus A Victim of Google’s Intelligence

    If you haven’t heard by now (and there’s a chance you haven’t because at this point, who really cares), Google is shutting down their social media platform, Google Plus. Google Plus was Google’s counter to Facebook, and ultimately create a…

  • The (Soon To Be) Demise of Netflix

    How A Recent Industry Transition Will Bring Us To The Unexpected Demise Of Netflix All industries evolve, all industries adapt, and occasionally, you find that one company that takes the risk to completely innovate the industry as a whole. Those…

  • Loyalty Programs Actually Provide Inconvenience

    How many can relate to the following thought process below: Hooray! You just got 100 points for that purchase at Best Buy! Wait, you’re telling me I need how many points to redeem for an actual ‘reward’?  2,500?! So I…

  • Carefully Crafted Public Relations

    While its an element the major conglomerates utilize to their advantage, many smaller companies overlook the utilization of public relations. Why? Honestly, probably because they don’t exactly know how to effectively utilize the vital business tool. Yes, the term is…

  • An NCAAF Playoff That Appeases All

    So any college football fan can agree, this debate shows itself numerous times throughout the course of a season. After years of bickering, and complaining, the NCAA finally gave in, and agreed on a 4 team playoff that would determine…

  • Think You Can Finally ‘Cut the Cord?’ Think Again…

    Did someone say net neutrality? Cue the chaos, cue the calls for Ajit Pai’s head, cue for an online revolution that includes cool little ‘badges’ that writers were posting on their blogs, queue video parodies of Ajit Pai’s less than…

  • Don’t Pay $1,000 For A Phone

    With smartphones officially running upwards of $1,000, one must really take a step back and realize 'the bargain' may not be worth it.