My good friend Adam Singer likes to talk about how, as entertainment consumers, we have become a lot less likely to do our consuming on someone else’s timetable. It’s true. There are now more options than ever for folks to enjoy their favorite TV shows, music and more whenever and wherever they feel like it.
Unless you don’t follow tech news, you’ve likely already heard about startup founder Peter Shih’s rant on hating San Francisco. For those not here, the short version is Peter wrote a story sharing things he hates about the city he currently resides in (in a childish / silly way) which naturally sparked the ire of the city.
As a graduate of the University of Florida, it pains me to share that my University is, in fact, offering a social media masters program. The WSJ was correct to write up this story with a question: Social-Media Schooling Is on the Rise – But Is It Necessary?