1. I Don’t Know Who’s Watching The “Big Game”, I’m Watching The Super Bowl

    Ah, yes, it's that time of year again. That time of year when everyone becomes a football fan. The time of year when we are reminded as to how many pounds of guacamole Americans eat, how may liters of beer Americans drink, and how many pizzas Domino's will deliver on one particular day of the year. A time of the year when during an important moment of a major sporting even we hear questions like "…Read More

  2. Facebook Divorces

    In recent years, with the surge in the use of social media platforms such as Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram, married people’s activities on these sites have either become the cause of divorce or been used as evidence in divorce cases. A study published in the Journal of Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, found that people who use Facebook more than once an hour are more likely to…Read More

  3. Holy Customer Confusion Batman! Correct Robin, She’s Damaging My Brand

    Last week the "Batman Lego Movie" was released and throngs of movie goers flocked to the cinema to watch the caped crusader, in Lego form, gather and create his iconic team of Robin, Commissioner Gordon, and Batgirl.  Albeit, the "Batman Lego Movie" is satirical in its portrayal of the Dark Knight, however one subplot that holds true throughout all of the Batman mediums is Batman's initial hesita…Read More

  4. No Fake News Here. Your Website or App Content Can Get You Sued for Copyright Infringement, Unless It Complies with New Law

    President Trump regularly says you can’t trust the media.  He’s 100% right -- if he’s talking about a type of digital media.  This would be the third-party content, such as videos, photos and posts to chat rooms, bulletin boards and discussion forums, that are hosted on a site or app (“Site(s)” for purposes of this blog), can be accessed there by referral or linking to other Sites, or …Read More