Tackling Tech Bias for People with Disabilities

Fantastic post... every organization, nonprofit, and church could gain valuable insight from the takeaways here: The best path ahead is to seek out the affected stakeholders and work with them towards a fair and equitable system. If we can identify and remove bias against people with disabilities from our technologies, we will be taking an … Continue reading Tackling Tech Bias for People with Disabilities

NASCAR’s Social Media Leaderboard

Marketing and NASCAR are two of my longtime passions (lots of overlap on that Venn Diagram)... so I couldn't resist sharing these stats. Interesting to note that Danica retired from NASCAR after this year's Daytona 500... that doesn't say very good things about the health of the sport from a marketing perspective. Kyle Busch led … Continue reading NASCAR’s Social Media Leaderboard

The future of computers

In-ear devices will be the way we interface with our "computers" (AI assistants) within the next decade... Kuo reportedly says that AirPods are Apple’s most popular accessory ever, and predicts that the company will go from selling 16 million in 2017 to more than 100 million by 2021. — Read on www.theverge.com/2018/12/2/18122232/apple-airpods-upgrade-first-quarter-2019-ming-chi-kuo-rumors

You’ve already been hacked

Yet another reminder to change your passwords, use Two Factor authentication when you can, keep up with your credit and debit card statements, and don't think for a second that all of your information isn't already "out there"... For 327 million guests, the information exposed was strictly personal: birthdays, passport numbers, email and mailing addresses … Continue reading You’ve already been hacked

Churches, We Need to Talk About Website Accessibility (and Discrimination)

"Failure to comply with Section 508 of the Department of Justice’s ADA (American with Disabilities Act) Standards for Accessible Design could expose your company to hefty fines, the risk of expensive criminal and civil litigation as well as a reputation for being unfriendly to the disabled." https://userway.org/ I'm going to make a rant here. Forgive me … Continue reading Churches, We Need to Talk About Website Accessibility (and Discrimination)

Instagram Stories Maker (for Churches, Nonprofits etc)

‎ Just this past week I was having coffee with a friend who volunteers to manage all the social media and website duties for his church (bless them). They're savvy and very good about getting their church on Facebook Live each Sunday and creating shareable content throughout the week. I brought up Instagram Stories during … Continue reading Instagram Stories Maker (for Churches, Nonprofits etc)

Being a Productive Dad That Works From Home

I intentionally work from home most days. I've had an office on Main Street in a big high-rise, I've tried co-working spaces, and I've had my own building... but working from home is the greatest. HOWEVER, it's not without its ongoing challenges that you must tackle and figure out if you're going to run a … Continue reading Being a Productive Dad That Works From Home

Walking Away from $850 Million

Fascinating story of morals, standing up for your beliefs, and watching others ruin what you created... Under pressure from Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg to monetize WhatsApp, he pushed back as Facebook questioned the encryption he’d helped build and laid the groundwork to show targeted ads and facilitate commercial messaging. Acton also walked away from … Continue reading Walking Away from $850 Million

74% of Facebook users say they have changed their usage in the past year

Wow, these are astonishing numbers... Around four-in-ten (42%) say they have taken a break from checking the platform for a period of several weeks or more, while around a quarter (26%) say they have deleted the Facebook app from their cellphone. All told, some 74% of Facebook users say they have taken at least one … Continue reading 74% of Facebook users say they have changed their usage in the past year