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An admitted media multi-tasker considers the implications of Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows, and compares Carr’s findings to David Snowden’s Rules of Knowledge. Continue reading →
Misrepresentations and failed customer service efforts in rectifying a Blackberry failure despite insurance coverage point to trust issues with cellular service companies, and offer case studies for those who aim to do better. Continue reading →