Tag Archives: Facebook

“The Facebook Connection”

By Chris Alvarez Many of us started using Facebook when it was still an invitation only site, over six years ago. Since then it has changed tremendously.  It is still basically a way for people to connect, but in the … Continue reading

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5 Things to do at Work That Look Like You’re Working Even Though You’re Not But Sort of are Depending on Your Job Description

By Ben Spielberg RSS Reader – I currently subscribe to almost 30 blogs using Google Reader and I like to stay on top of all my feeds. However, during work, these feeds tend to get bogged down with the latest … Continue reading

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Days of Awe–More Like a Year of Awe-some!

By Jaron Zanerhaft and Ben Spielberg In the past year, BTS Communications has gone through quite the metamorphosis. Our very first intern reached her one-year sobriety birthday, and the number of interns has doubled since this time last year. Because … Continue reading

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Break-Up Etiquette on Facebook

By Katie Funk Remember the pre-Facebook time when a break up meant you literally would never see your ex anymore and therefore could take the space to move on? Well, Facebook has taken that era, ripped its proverbial heart out … Continue reading

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You Kids These Days!

By Ben Spielberg Ray Bradbury, the author of Fahrenheit 451 famously abhorred television, so much so, that he directly related television with destruction. Instead, he preferred what was most comfortable to him: libraries. According to Bradbury, kids did not need … Continue reading

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