Time Travel on Facebook


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I’ve written before about my aversion to some social media. Besides the conspicuous consumption of time, Facebook is how I found out that my best friend from 5th grade had lost the use of both her legs and arms in a car accident. Which led me to a search where I found out that another classmate and her brother were both dead in their early 40s. It was jarring and traumatic. These faces, frozen in my mind’s eye, were young and healthy and living happy lives in some far off world. Anything beyond that failed to reach my imagination.

When I was in my teens, we moved to a house, town and school far away from where I’d grown up. It was, in reality, only about 40 miles away, but rural miles. No public transportation or extra family car or cell phone plans to keep in touch with old…

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Mobile Commerce Myths – Fact vs. Fiction


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Mobile Commerce Myths: Fact vs. Fiction image Stocksy txpbc7a74c04p8000 Large 319041 300x200It’s common knowledge that mobile commerce capabilities are crucial to any business that sells online. In fact, the U.S. mobile commerce market is poised to hit $114 billion in 2014, and projected to influence more than $600 billion in total retail sales by 2016, according to Forrester Research. eBusiness professionals are aware of the dire need to create an engaging mobile experience for shoppers and integrate this experience with an overarching omnichannel strategy. However, mobile commerce itself is still mired in haze of myths and misconceptions, surrounding strategy and technology within a dynamic and disrupted marketplace.

We’ve just released a new white paper that aims to dispel some of these myths and help guide online retailers towards a successful mobile commerce strategy. Let’s take a look at a few of the key myths:

Responsive Web Design is the silver bullet

Acting literally as a “one size fits all” solution, responsive…

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