Passive Identity: From AOL Away Messages to Instagram

October 27, 2015, by , in Blog, no comments

Picture it: College or High School, 1997…AOL Instant Messenger. Relationships were won or lost based on what Cure lyric was carefully chosen to appear…

Blogtoberfest: The Rise of Fall

October 19, 2015, by , in Blog, no comments

Fall brings about a number of clear indicators, from the leaves, to pumpkin-flavored everything, to the crispness in the air. But it also showcases…

Researcher Interview: Michael Dabrowski

September 23, 2015, by , in Blog, no comments

Welcome to another entry in our series exploring our own researchers who make Feedback tick. Our crew includes those with anthropology, sociology and psychology…

Message (and Money) In A Bottle: Facebook’s Money Transfer Implications for Nonprofits and For-Profits

September 14, 2015, by , in Blog, no comments

This summer Facebook rolled out a way to transfer money between accounts through simple messaging. (Check out a great primer on the service here…

Empowering and Informing The Leaders – How Boards Used Our Experience and Expertise

August 28, 2015, by , in Blog, no comments

“So what’d you do this summer?” This summer I’ve had the pleasure of speaking to a number of major Boards for a variety of…

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