- RT @tkawaja: @profgalloway From my interview with a FB ad business ethics exec last year: “you’ve had 18 measurement errors in recent years…/ / 1 hour ago
- RT @profgalloway: Facebook has repeatedly given incorrect data on viewership and shares. They called the issue “miscalculated metrics.” I…/ / 3 hours ago
- RT @UCPioneers: Junior Sabrina Whitehouse netted the game-winner 4:21 into overtime to lift UC field hockey to a 3-2 comeback win over Naza…/ / 7 hours ago
- Nice work @nikebasketball I guess a spine/principles and money are mutually exclusive? twitter.com/adcontrarian/s…/ / 7 hours ago
- Facebook is a despicable organization. #fraud twitter.com/profgalloway/s…/ / 8 hours ago
- RT @tomfgoodwin: Given what a loathsome destructive company Facebook is, I’m stunned there are not well funded copies of Instagram and What…/ / 8 hours ago
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
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Our leadership skills aren’t as special as we think. We can’t make average talent outstanding. Spend less time managing the average and more time talking with and recruiting the exceptional. Talent and grit win.
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