In recent news there have been major developments on government spying on Americans through phone, email, and social media. Government is not the only group looking at personal social media accounts. We have soon discovered that anything that is posted online could be discovered by unintended audiences, especially employers.
Over the past few days I keep seeing the same story: The Taco Bell PR nightmare.
As more businesses start to embrace the cost-effective method of social media promotions that Facebook Sponsored Stories offers, I’m seeing some mistakes pop up. As Louie Baur posted last week, you have to be careful what you advertise, as pushing the wrong content can do more harm than good.
In this age of mobile gadgets that can do just about anything an older, larger version could do, one thing that has suffered (in my humble opinion) is photography. There are those that say that the abundance of photographs being taken and shared is more than a fair tradeoff for the lowered quality and attention to detail that once made taking a photograph and showing it something that didn’t require a charged battery, but I still miss the wonderful results of a properly taken, developed, and positioned photograph.
Los Angeles has changed a lot over the years (to put it mildly). The photograph below shows just how much it has changed in 138 years, basically since 1874. Not only has it become more technologically advanced, but it has become even more active over time.