Oreo Blackout Tweet - You Can still Dunk in the Dark (Oreo’s Superbowl Blackout Tweet http://t.co/jPdTU2qK via @DanBeldowicz)
Jill Runstrom's insight:
Today we are talking about the power of social media in education, but it's a super powerful advertising and money-making tool. It can make or break companies and their products as seen by the impact of the Oreo cookie tweet during the power outage during this year's Superbowl.
I'm usually not one for new year's resolutions. If I decide to do something the calendar doesn't matter & I've blown too many good resolutions to believe an arbitrary day will make a diff. BUT...there are a few things that are easily done & feels great for a SUPER GEEKY SAFE....errm Aware! New Year. (There is no *safe* on the Interwebs, only Aware!)
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