I’m feeling like the luckiest girl in the world this week because it’s finally been two weeks since my second Pfizer Covid-19 shot. It’s such a relief to be able to safely visit friends and family I’ve only seen virtually for the past year. With 20 percent of Americans fully inoculated, it finally seems like there’s some hope on the horizon for the world returning to "normal" … [Read more...] about How an Omnichannel Brand Strategy Would Finally End the Pandemic in the U.S.
While I’ve been lucky enough to be in a relationship through the pandemic, this Valentine’s Day has got me thinking about how dating has changed because of Covid-19 restrictions. Since there are significantly less opportunities to meet someone organically in person these days, online dating, which was already popular (30% of US Adults had tried at least one in 2020), has become … [Read more...] about Dat(a)ing in 2021
While there are an endless amount of industries that will continue to benefit more and more from the “Internet of Things” era, the innovations that seem the most useful to me impact the being that I love the most in the world – my dog, Cooper. As many pet owners have realized, the hardest part of caring for an animal is that they can’t tell you exactly what they want or need. … [Read more...] about Internet of…Pets?
We had an interesting discussion in MIS class a couple of weeks ago about how social media affected the 2016 presidential election. It was fascinating to note the differences between Trump and Hillary’s online strategy and how Trump seemingly did a better job engaging with his supporters. While this wasn’t the sole cause of his win, Trump’s Twitter use certainly contributed to … [Read more...] about Make America “Fly” Again?