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HOUGHTON - The Portage Lake District Library of Houghton will host another of Roger Hewlett's Great Lakes shipping video presentations. "Great Lakes Shipping Adventures: Sailing the Freighters 1956 - 1957" is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Air Chief Marshal Sir Roger Hewlett Palin KCB OBE RAF (born 8 July 1938) is a former senior Royal Air Force commander.Educated at Canford School and St John's College, Cambridge, Palin was commissioned into the King's Royal Rifle Corps in 1958. He later transferred to the Royal Air Force and became Officer Commanding No. 43 Squadron. He went on to be Commander-in-Chief of RAF Germany and Second Tactical Air Force in 1989 and Air Member for Personnel in 1991 before retiring in 1993. The Air Member for Personnel (AMP) is the senior Royal Air Force officer who is responsible for personnel matters and is a member of the Air Force Board. He is in charge of all...
To make sure you never miss an issue, subscribe to my weekly email briefing. News ExxonMobil still reeling from climate revelations —Investigations by the Los Angeles Times and InsideClimate News found that ExxonMobil’s scientists had concluded in the 1970s that “the most likely manner in which mankind is influencing... ” Once leadership was informed of the findings, according to the investigations, they worked hard to bury them. The #ExxonKnew hashtag has taken root and earnings have suffered as a result. Now, as ExxonMobil sputters through a highly defensive response to the revelations, the company may face charges from the New York Attorney General, who has issued subpoenas to company officials. The takeaway: ExxonMobil’s response is a textbook example of how not to handle a crisis. There were better ways to address this than attacking the science and the journalists who reported it. Read more. Twitter’s share of US users is falling —As takeover rumors swirl, Twitter continues to suffer where it matters: its user base. eMarketer forecasts growth in American monthly active users will grow 2% by the end of the year, a significant drop from its earlier prediction of 8% growth. The takeaway: Twitter has become the primary communication channel for politicians and it’s a key resource for news, but if people aren’t using it, it will be harder to sell ads. The latest news reports suggest there is no white knight considering buying Twitter, but if it can’t make a value case to consumers, I doubt it can continue much longer as a standalone entity. You can now search hashtags on LinkedIn —LinkedIn has trailed other social networks by not making hashtags searchable. Now, you can not only search for uses of a hashtag, you can tap a hashtag to get the search results. LinkedIn users can change their settings to make hashtags visible only to their connections. The takeaway: I’ll be using hashtags experimentally. Hashtags are already a common small business tactic, so their utility on LinkedIn could be greater than on Twitter or other services. Clients demand agencies meet diversity quotas —If you work for a PR, marketing, or advertising agency, you could find some of your client engagements at risk if your company doesn’t meet diversity goals set by the client. General Mills and Hewlett-Packard are among the companies that have announced they will accept pitches from agencies whose creative staffs are composed of 50% women and 20% of people of color. Some agencies have praised the move, others think it’s a bad idea. For example, just satisfying quotas won’t produce better work, they say, and women don’t want to be added to a team just so the team can have the right mix to be able to make a pitch, they say. The takeaway: With little movement in agency diversity despite long-standing awareness of the problem, you have to give these companies credit for taking a stand. It is now incumbent upon agencies to do more than shore up numbers, ensuring that the mix of talent boosts creativity. In other words, it’s time for agency recruiters to step up. Read more. —Sales at Chipotle haven’t returned to pre-crisis levels, leading the burrito chain to try some edgy marketing to draw its Millennial-heavy customer base back into its stores. A recent tweet featured a poll that asked, “How many burritos. The tweet earned a lot of blowback (e. g. , “Did you hire high schoolers to tweet this. On the other hand, nearly 91,000 people voted in the poll that was retweeted nearly 7,000 times and liked nearly 5,000 times. ) The takeaway: Ultimately you have to ask if it will drive anyone into a store for a burrito. Beware who Facebook recommends you friend —A psychiatrist figured out that Facebook was recommending her patients friend one another. “All (her) patients likely have (her) number in their phones, so an algorithm analyzing this network of phone contacts might reasonably assume all these people are connected. ” While this was not intentional, it represents a serious privacy issue Facebook will have to address. It’ll get worse now that WhatsApp and Facebook are sharing data, and WhatsApp accounts are based on phone numbers. IAB issues podcast advertising guidelines —They’ll be tough to enforce, but the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s Tech Lab.
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