Monthly Archives: January 2011

Do public leaders need to be great tweeters?

By Jackie Scott I often wonder what our founding fathers would think of the social media tools used today by our elected officials and public leaders.  If Twitter was a communication vehicle in 1787, the preamble to the Constitution might  … Continue reading

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The Naked Truth of 2010

 By Jackie Scott We have officially entered the entertainment industry award season where retrospectives of 2010 are abundant in the main stream media and on TV newscasts.  Colorful video montages are frequently created to capture the spirit and culture of … Continue reading

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Facebook and urgent life-saving alerts are like peanut butter and jelly – perfect together!

 by Jackie Scott Facebook users and The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children have recently partnered to send Amber Alerts to Facebook Users. Starting Wednesday January 12, Facebook has set up 53 AMBER Alert pages — one for each … Continue reading

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