Author Archives: Trevor Reid

Netflix is racist and sexist, but does anyone care?

I was recently at my girlfriend’s house trying to find a movie for us to watch when I noticed something odd. The movie artwork was different on her Netflix account than it was on mine. While this isn’t really new or interesting, it did raise some questions in my mind. At first, I assumed Netflix […]

Just say no to Facebook

In the wake of the Facebook, privacy scares, there has been a new trending hashtag that has not gotten the exposure it deserves, #DeleteFacebook. Earlier this year, new data suggested that 44% of Facebook users between the ages of 18 and 29 deleted the Facebook app from their phone, additionally, they have either taken a […]

The first time I felt REALLY old

Technically, I am classified as a “millennial” according to the unofficial date range of “early 1980s through the late 1990s, however, I just turned thirty and I don’t actually identify myself as a “millennial”. To me, millennials are younger and have a far better grasp on current trends, something you seem too loose after a […]

Initial Expectations for Emerging Technologies and Digital Business

I am excited and a bit sad to say this is my last term at an MBA student here at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, and of the many things I have learned over the past few years one of the most important is that my initial expectations and thoughts about a class seldom […]