Paul KiserDateline: Paul Kiser
First Published: Oct 28, 2010 / Last Published: Mar 22, 2012
Paul Kiser writes for several blogs including Social Media Today, Science Monday, Friday Air, and his personal blog at www.paulkiser.wordpress.com. He is an actor, consultant and writer. Areas of focus are Social Media, Ethics, Science, IT, Management, Public Relations, and political issues. His acting includes traveling around the United States for corporate role-playing where he performs improvisational stressful situations with management personnel for Fortune 100 companies. He has served as the Public Relations Chair for Rotary District 5190 (2008-10) and was a Rotary Club President (2007-08).
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October 7, 2011
Netflix Member Since 2007 - No More
Netflix's profiteering is centered on sucking the customer's goodwill dry.
September 21, 2011
Incoming Bus-Sized Satellite Will Track Over Western US Several Times On Final Day
First day of Fall to be likely marked by falling bus-sized satellite.in Technology
September 14, 2011
Southwest Airlines WiFi: Real or Myth?
After four years of talk about WiFi what's the status of Southwest's in-flight service?
August 4, 2011
Major Series Of Solar Flares To Have Minimal Impact On Earth Early Tomorrow
The Sun's recent assault of three major solar flares in three days is significant, but will only have a glancing blow on Earthin Technology
May 25, 2011
Investment Firms Allowed to Use Social Media Under SEC/FINRA Rules
Investment advising joins the 21st Century and engages in Social Mediain Finance
February 3, 2011
Is Higher Education Doomed? (Part III): The Missed Opportunity - A Viable Alternative To The Status Quo
Higher education is in a crisis that will force significant changes. Can solutions be found to save it?
February 1, 2011
Is Higher Ed Doomed (Part II): The Cost of Higher Education Doesn't Add Up
Current tuition and fee costs for a public four-year institution are almost double what would seem reasonable.
January 31, 2011
Is Higher Education Doomed (Part I): Driving Off a Cliff Near You - The State-Run University
State-run universities are being crushed by funding cuts that are threatening the value of a college degree.
January 27, 2011
Taco Bell Says Taco Meat is 88% Real Beef, Not 36%
According to Taco Bell, its taco meat consists of 88% beef, and up to 10% of the remainder consisting of water and/or spices.
January 26, 2011
PR Epic Fail: Taco Bell Meat Only 36% Beef?
Taco Bell's aggressive counterattack PR strategy on the false advertising charge may backfire on them if the accusations are even partially true.