I really love famous people. I’ve hosted several Lady Gaga costume parties, my birthday was Drake themed, I follow every Kardashian on almost every social network, and twice I’ve spent unspeakable amounts of money on Beyonce concert tickets – the first were floor seats in Vegas, the second time I flew to Houston for 24 […]
As I’m sure you’ve heard by now, Gawker, a news blog that helped shape journalism in the digital age, has been forced into bankruptcy by the founder of PayPal and vindictive billionaire, Peter Theil. Gawker ceased publication this week, leaving a major hole in America’s media landscape. It seems pretty clear to me that allowing wealthy interests to […]
Can you believe Snowfall was three years ago? The amazing interactive story about an avalanche at Tunnel Creek captivated the entire country when it first came out. Since then, journalists, nonprofit communicators, and brand ambassadors everywhere have found new ways to tell stories that used to exist as text, photos, and maybe PDFs. Here are […]
I have never felt more like an old woman than when Snapchat first became A Thing. A few of my friends were really into it, and seemingly took snaps of everything, but I just didn’t see the point. “Can’t I just text you a photo?” “Isn’t it just like Instagram?” “Can’t you just get off my lawn?” […]
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If you listen to Tony Martignetti on Nonprofit Radio, you probably heard a familiar voice on Monday! Tony interviewed me at NTC in March, along with my good friends and colleagues at Prichard Communications, Jenna Cerruti and Jessica Williams (Jessica has now started her own consulting firm). We had a great time talking about one […]