Author Archives: cgriffith418

Final Reflections: Good luck to the Social Media Manager

One of my key takeaways from this class was our future of work discussion — modern work is constantly evolving and adapting to our increasingly technological society. Hopefully, rather than destroy jobs, technology will work with humans to enhance both work itself and its output. But, there will always be growing pains. This discussion led […]

They’re Getting Good: How Scammers Do It

When Adam tweeted last week about a new app to help stop scam phone calls, RoboKiller, I decided I wanted to explore the world of scamming (plus, one of my all time favorite TedTalks is about scamming!). I think it’s safe to assume everyone has been the target of a scam, even if you’ve never […]

Old Dog, New Tricks! Seniors and Technology

This past week, I presented on seniors and technology. Hopefully you found my topic interesting enough to want to hear more of the story, because this blog post is going to delve into the rest of my research on the senior technology market. As I mentioned in my presentation, I decided I wanted to explore […]

Social Media, Emerging Tech, and #MeToo

We’ve discussed in class the good, the bad, and the ugly of social media, the pros and cons of our tech-dependent lives, and the balance of our digital and physical lives. The interaction of social media and emerging tech with the #MeToo era encapsulates all of the above. Social media and emerging tech can be […]

The Online Fashion Exodus

I promise I’m not planning on writing about fashion for every blog, but I thought for my first real post I would stick with what I know. Something I’ve noticed throughout my time in the fashion industry and that I’ve wanted to do research on for a while now is what some industry professionals are […]

Where I’m coming from and where this class is taking me

Social media has always been an important part of my experience with my concentrations, marketing and business analytics. When my natural interest in the fashion industry led me to apply for my first internship at age sixteen, I didn’t have much professional experience to offer; all I had was enthusiasm, and a native knowledge of […]