It is an incontestable fact that social media is the most influencing and impelling medium nowadays. It has been the center of virtual interaction – people here interact and the news spread so fast that it can reach thousands of people in a minute.
It’s hard to deny the fact that world has switched gears from analog to digital. It is moving faster than ever before and left others to keep up the pace. The evolution of technology and emergence of the internet have made it possible for today’s customer to access the information anytime, at any place, whenever they want through computers, tablets or handheld devices. They are consuming the massive amount of digital content to get information and insight about brands people and products.
The internet is a place of distraction. It’s filled with flashy images, cat videos, pictures of your cousin’s cute baby, and infuriating politics. It’s a source of information that isconstantly growing. Everything from practical information like fixing a sink to useless fan theories about your childhood’s favorite cartoon can be found on the internet.
As a business owner, much of your time is spent focusing on the company itself and its operations. While there is nothing wrong with that, after all, you want your company to be successful, it can also prove to be quite beneficial to look at ways your business can make a difference to the local community. Did you know that by getting active in the community, your employees will regard the company more highly, you’ll get better and more recognition in the community itself, and you will have the joy of knowing you’re giving back and doing something positive?
The term "hipster" has been appropriated and flung around indiscriminately since at least the heyday of the Beat Generation, tothe point where it's lost all meaning outside of a convenient marketing niche. Otherwise it's demographically ambiguous, as each succeeding generation redefines the term to suit their own standards and lifestyles.
But then there are cool cats like author/photographer/musician Frank De Blase, whose raw sense of classic style is not only timeless, but completely organic.