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9. Denim Style
Jay Leno wants everyone to know just how much he loves denim shirts.
8. Even in 1985, We Knew Facebook was Possible
Steve Case, the co-founder, former CEO and chairman of America Online, wrote an interesting blog on his role in social media. BONUS! There’s also a retro AOL ad included in this blog too!
Watch what happens when you combine a super adhesive and an iPhone 5.
What are the five deadliest words that a manager can hear? “That is not my job.” Find out how to counter this self-limiting belief in the workplace.
Things weren’t looking good for KitchenAid earlier this week. After a rogue offensive tweet was sent from the company’s account, the houseware manufacturer was embroiled in a social media crisis. Take a look at how KitchenAid responded.
What would you do if your presidential candidate didn’t win the election? Leave the country? JetBlue will fly you there for FREE! Just enter this contest and your preferred destination (mine was Costa Rica) and cross your fingers and hope to win! Wait…do you really want to win this free trip?
On Wednesday night, all major news networks aired the most widely-watched presidential debate in history, with an estimated 60 million viewers. Everyone was watching (except Jim Lehrer).
2. Dealership Has Customer Arrested For Getting Too Good Of A Deal
When a Virginia Chevy dealership drove off with an accidental discount of $6,000 off his new car, the dealership called him and asked him to return it. When he refused, the dealership reported the car stolen to the police. After spending the night in jail, the former customer is now suing for $2.2 million.
1. Facebook Tops One Billion Users
Facebook reaches a billion users, and how do they celebrate? With a chair.
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