I was shocked how much nicer it was. I beat it to death, bouncing it across the entire country and multiple international trips. The thing is a tank and is showing no signs of wearing out. He’s pushing the boundaries of the socially acceptable and exposing true human nature by creating a situation that makes people uncomfortable.If you take his stunts at face value, than you’ll only see the raunchy and the tasteless. Look further, and you see this man is providing you with mirror that boasts a reflection so raw that few would admit to ever seeing it. It’s genius..
But not all good deeds are equal. Jerry Kim, a management professor at Rutgers Business School, said consumers are savvy enough to differentiatewhen a company’s actions are for the good of society and when they are simply veiled attemptsto pad their bottom line. Even situations where the motivation may be murky open the door to scrutiny from customers.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My Profile”It’s a way for marketers to increase the visibility of certain stories that show up in News Feed,” Jim Squires, a member of Facebook’s product marketing team, told the Financial Post.Facebook said the feature will allow advertisers to amplify word of mouth recommendations that Facebook friends are already making. The feature will only apply to Facebook Places check ins for now, but there are plans to extend it to ads placed on the Marketplace app, as well.Companies using Sponsored Stories at launch include Coca Cola, Levi’s, Bud Light, Amnesty International, Women for Women and the Alzheimer’s Association.Facebook said there are no plans to show the ads outside of the Facebook website.As with previous features Facebook has introduced, Sponsored Stories will be turned on by default, but users can adjust their privacy settings to prevent their updates from appearing in ads.Facebook recently disabled a controversial new feature that would allow app developers to access some users’ mobile phone numbers and addresses if given users’ permission.In 2009, Facebook also shut down Beacon, an application that broadcast users’ activities, including purchases, on other websites to their Facebook friends. The feature was in place for nearly two years before being shut down because of privacy complaints.Do you think there are too many ads on Facebook? Would you want your Facebook activity to be displayed as Facebook ads? Let us know in the comments below.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.