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posts by ChadzwickGlustone

Thursday

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January 2016

PR's Top 30 Under 30 For 2015

by ChadzwickGlustone

We’re in a great new year of PR, and one step closer to the grave! We all know what that means: another 30 under 30 list! These are the 30 best professionals in PR under the age of 30 today, as of January 2016: 30 | Gurch Treadstone - Atheonos Partners 29 | Strellena Hurtz-Gamorra - DDBDI Solutions 28 | Stevron Gunk - Aquasto 27 | Joan Slab - Power Partners 26 | Donnie…

Thursday

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December 2015

Top Tech Wins And Fails Of 2015

by ChadzwickGlustone

Folks, 2015 has come and gone, with no beta test. Just a little tech humor for you. It was a year like any other. It was made up of days, hours, minutes, seconds, but most importantly wins and fails. We experienced the highest highs and lowest lows in this year. Wars were lost, wars were won. The greatest triumph of the human spirit sat beside the lowest in depravity. From…

Tuesday

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December 2015

The Refugee Crisistunity

by ChadzwickGlustone

Jayceon has returned with insights on the humanitarian/business crisis emanating from Syria With the world abuzz about Syrian refugees, I see a lot of bloviating on both sides of the aisles. The right presumes that ISIS would take the time to stick their best terrorists on some crappy boats (sorry but ISIS guys are alphas and don’t travel coach) to blow up Whocares, Iowa. The left is making…

Monday

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November 2015

2015’s Nogoodnick of PR

by ChadzwickGlustone

Public relations is an apple orchard. That is to say, the rich tapestry of trees and fruit that populate this wonderful landscape are unfortunately marred by some good old fashioned “bad apples”. Rather than glossing over this spoiled bunch, we are going to take them head on. The best disinfectant is sunlight, and this guy is due for a heaping helping of the cleansing rays. Dear Bashar al-Assad If your…

Monday

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November 2015

Terrorism Through The Eyes Of Google Glass

by ChadzwickGlustone

this week, Jayceon has returned to us from his conference in Davos to address the terrorist attacks on Paris this past Friday After this past week’s events, literally thousands of people have demanded my take on what our next move should be. I understand why. As the founder of Bunglr, an angel investor in CrumHole, and a featured blogger on CircuitBastards.ly, I have a perspective on international terrorism…