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The Top 6 Resources for Businesses to Prepare/Recover from a Storm or Natural Disaster

Right now, a good deal of us are thinking about Hurricane Sandy, and what we ought to be doing to make sure we keep our business and employees safe. Here’s a list of some of the best resources to use: CDC’s Storm/Flood and Hurricane Response Emergency Response Resources: Whether you’re talking about generator safety or… Continue reading The Top 6 Resources for Businesses to Prepare/Recover from a Storm or Natural Disaster

Tweet-by-Tweet Analysis of the Foreign Policy Debate

In case you missed my tweet-by-tweet analysis of the 10/22/12 Presidential Debate, here it is: Time for debate tweets! Excited. — Jeremy Goldman (@jeremarketer) October 23, 2012 Why does Romney keep talking about Molly, and who is she? #debate — Jeremy Goldman (@jeremarketer) October 23, 2012 Why is Romney’s flag pin always bigger than Obama’s?… Continue reading Tweet-by-Tweet Analysis of the Foreign Policy Debate

Highlights from the Debate

As many of you know, I was a Political Science major at Emory University, that fine institution that brought us Kenneth Cole and Newt Gingrich. Given my background, I thought you might want some of my intellectual analysis of last night’s Presidential Debate between Barack Hussein Obama and Willard Mitt Romney. Quick aside: imagine if… Continue reading Highlights from the Debate

The Social 6: Key Stories from The Last 24 hours, 7/23/12

As you may know, I’m a voracious reader and tend to share a good deal of news via my social platforms. Here’s a countdown of the top six most important articles I’ve shared in the last day. I curate this top six based on number of retweets, clicks, favorites, and mentions, so you guys are… Continue reading The Social 6: Key Stories from The Last 24 hours, 7/23/12