Author Archives: kkim312

Closing Time :(

So here I am, a week away from becoming a senior in college.  I have never thought I would come to a point when I would wish a week would go by as slow as possible.  As some of you may have noticed, I truly found a rhythm with blogging when I realized I should […]

Humans don’t get better, technology does

I promise this blog post won’t be entirely about golf this week. But, I will begin on that topic…sorry. I tweeted out last week about how Augusta National bought more land in 2017 to make the course longer.  This made me think about how technology has not only changed the business of golf, but also […]

Green Jacket for IBM

Alright Mike…I see you trying to steal my blog topic for the week…but, after my golf related blog post a couple weeks ago, it is only fitting that I talk about golf’s biggest and most innovative tournament that is only a couple short weeks away: The Masters.  Personally, I have never seen golf featured in […]

Make Sundays Great Again

Presently, technology has infamously been the reason for the decline of certain industries such as taxis, bookstores, and traditional television distributors.  Obviously in many ways, technology has also advanced industries. What most people fail to mention is how technology has saved some businesses, especially one that personally means a lot to me: golf.  Now, the […]

I’m sorry…I’m not allowed to post what?

Let’s be honest here. The day I signed my National Letter of Intent (the binding contract to be an athlete at Boston College) was one of the happiest days of my life.  What I did not realize was I was basically signing my life away to the athletic department for four years.  LOL okay…I’m being […]

The Art of Instagram

We have come to an age where online appearance and aesthetics are everything. They say it only takes 7 seconds to make a first impression.  Social media revolves around stalking and whether we like to admit it or not, we’ve all done it.  You open up Instagram or Facebook and type in a name and […]

Think Happy Thoughts…

Coming into this class, I really did not know what to expect.  Social media sparked my interest after I completed two internships that focused on digital marketing last semester. I was super excited when I found out that this class even existed.  I proceeded  to creep on the course canvas page before I stepped foot […]