A Quick Note About Social Imagery

Working in social media for the past 5+ years, I’ve seen various types of content rise and fall in popularity. I remember, while working at RadioShack, when we began to see that image-centric social content was significantly more engaging than text-only. It took us a couple of months to figure this new medium out, andContinue reading “A Quick Note About Social Imagery”

Closing The Book At RadioShack

There comes a time when you have to choose between turning the page and closing the book. Today is my last day at RadioShack Corporation. I’ve resigned to accept the position of Social and Digital Content Manager at TripCase. In the years that I’ve been a part of the social team at RadioShack, we’ve done someContinue reading “Closing The Book At RadioShack”

DROPitTOme Makes Public Upload Easy

One of the fun parts of working at a large brand like RadioShack is that there can sometimes be TONS of bureaucracy getting in the way of just plain getting things done. Often I have an idea, but can’t figure out how to get it accomplished easily. This blog post is about one of thoseContinue reading “DROPitTOme Makes Public Upload Easy”

iPad 2 For Content Creation At CES

When the Apple iPhone came out, it changed the game, but only for some parts of the mobile industry. One aspect that it didn’t even come close to touching was that of ‘content creation’. In fact, most of us who had already been creating content – blogs, podcasts, videos, photos, etc decided that the iPhoneContinue reading “iPad 2 For Content Creation At CES”

CES 2012 With RadioShack And Gizmodo

I’ve followed the tech industry for years, and this is always a huge time of the year. That’s right, it’s CES time – the Consumer Electronics Show takes place every January in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is a HUGE gathering with all things tech. I’m incredibly excited to be attending the show this year withContinue reading “CES 2012 With RadioShack And Gizmodo”