Two for Tuesday: One...

In January 2006, fifteen Cubans clung for safety on the Seven Mile Bridge after their homemade boat was in danger of sinking. The group attempted to flee Cuba via the Florida Straits, hoping that they could make it safely to the U.S. with “dry feet.” When a Coast Guard found the group...

Two for Tuesday: The...

90 Miles to Cuba; Southernmost Point, Continental U.S., Key West, FL. Amongst tourists flocking from much more than 90 miles away, I visited the Southernmost Point of the U.S. in Key West this past winter. I thought like a tourist—I posed for a picture and maybe even took a selfie in front of...

Wisdom.Applied Wedne...

Today’s market is dominated by mobile devices and mobile apps: customers cruise Instagram while shopping for milk and butter; the bored peruse their second-cousin-once-removed’s trip to Florida; athletes plan their big weekend bike trip on Google Maps. Since July 2008, when Apple’s App Store...

Trending Tuesday: Am...

At just twelve-years-old, with mustard-colored pants, short blonde hair, and a smile that stretched across the America’s Got Talent stage, Grace VanderWaal took the Internet by storm. Grace’s fantastic voice and brilliant personality not only gave her an instantly massive fan base and the...

Flashback Friday: Fr...

Anyone who has been a loyal follower of shows like Pretty Little Liars or The Fosters may soon come to a shocking realization that, starting January 2016 the ABC Family Network will cease to exist in name. In an effort to attract a younger audience, ABC Family is rebranding itself as...

Two for Tuesday: By ...

“The customer is always right.” For anybody who has worked in a customer service job of any type, that is probably the most infuriating motto in the English language. By and large, though, it’s also true. Keeping customers happy is key to protecting a brand’s image and ensuring customer...