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Mon, 19 Jan 2009 17:17:35 +0000

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Tue, 04 Nov 2008 15:01:04 +0000

[...] a new generation is arriving who’ve been using and testing the tools while they get their degrees. What changes will they [...]



By: Michael Goldstein

Sat, 31 May 2008 12:25:29 +0000

Hi Jason, i'm impressed you have enough free time to play with all the fun social media tools on your page ;) seriously, i enjoy your videos. keep up the good work.// Michael



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By: Guest Post by Social Media Dad, Jason Falls from Social Media Explorer — Social Media Mom

Mon, 21 Apr 2008 16:04:11 +0000

[...] hard to successfully explain to people what social media really is and why I spend so much time doing it, studying it and thinking about it. My passion for social media is only rivaled by my love for my [...]



By: Jason Falls

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 02:38:22 +0000

Oh, Pshaw. Look everyone ... a college dean who responds and reacts via social media tools. He didn't go through the PR department, didn't have legal approve anything. He engaged, making him, his institution and all of us better for it. Hat's off Tim. We love folks from outside the bubble who get it. (Now everyone go check out murraystate.edu ... Go Racers!)



By: Tim Todd - Dean - College of Business - Murray State University

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 01:35:46 +0000

Thanks Jason - and please call me Tim. My wife calls me "Timmy" but she often puts a bad word in front of it. The future is very bright, and I appreciate your leadership. The business college at murray state is repositioning to be a front-player on several areas, and this focus of research with Dr. Mangold is something we want to push forward, even at a time of severe budget cuts at the state level. We're committed to help Glynn push forward, and I very much appreciate your expertise and foresight as the future unfolds. Honored to be here with you, Jason. TT



By: Jason Falls

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 01:19:15 +0000

Dr. Todd -- We're honored to have you here, sir. Your professor and students are doing an excellent job of learning, teaching and representing Murray State University. It was an honor to be a part of the class and I look forward to future opportunities.



By: Tim Todd - Dean - College of Business - Murray State University

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 01:14:48 +0000

Jason, Thanks for your leadership on this. As the dean of the college of business at murray state university, I can't tell you how proud I am of working with Dr. Mangold and his students. I was honored to be a part of these presentations, and I look forward to helping Glynn and his students as the future unfolds in this exciting area of study and practice. Tim Todd



By: Jason Falls

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 00:49:31 +0000

Hey Gavin, Must have posted at the same time. Thanks for chiming in. We're all certainly in for some adjusting. The smarter the workforce is, the smarter the new entries become.



By: Jason Falls

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 00:46:19 +0000

Andy -- Honored you'd swing by. I'm sure the kids are reading the comments and will show up on your doorstep this weekend. (They look pretty harmless.) Dave -- Constructive criticism is the only kind. Without constructive portions, it's just being a turd. Toby -- Agreed and we've apparently got some sharp folks joining the workforce soon. I'm excited for another round of energy for us all. Nick -- Yes, the cynicism antennae were chirping for sure. While I do think it's a cautionary sign for brands, I also think the spirited collegians are just a little overly-idealistic in their approach. Still, they clearly aren't hip to being marketed to and we need to know that. Seth -- Thanks for stopping by. It's interesting how young people consume and react differently. Hopefully the post can help you push for some changes in your university. Let us know if we can help. Arnie -- Amen to that. Geoserv -- Thank you muchly. I am always honored when someone bookmarks or votes for my posts. B.L. Ochman -- Welcome, my friend. It's an honor to have you here. And I'm sure the kids are going to take you up on the offer, but probably assign homework. Good luck!



By: Gavin Heaton

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 00:45:15 +0000

Great overview and analysis, Jason. Thanks for sharing! It has been clear for some time that the generation that are about to enter the workforce are going to shake things up. I think there could be tears before bedtime. Just hope they aren't mine ;)