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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January 6, 2011
Starbucks Siren Gets a Facelift at 40
From the controversy generated the Starbucks logo change is bound to be a big publicity win for the 40 year old coffee company.in Advertising
December 31, 2010
2011 Dates of Historical Note
Several historical milestones will occur in 2011. Here are many of them.
November 25, 2010
5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Title Your Blog with Numbered Reasons
A growing number of bloggers feel compelled to start their blog title with a number. Who am I to argue?in Social Media
November 23, 2010
Sandoval/Reid Campaign Money Not a Stimulus for Nevada
Of the $9 million spent by the Sandoval and Reid campaigns (as of October 21, 2010) much of that money was payable to out-of-state vendors.
November 4, 2010
Nevada #1 Crime Rate Not Acknowledged
Nevada has ranked #1 as the Most Dangerous State because of its crime rate, but you won't hear about it much in the State.in Travel
November 3, 2010
Vote Brings Out the Vultures
Who is the terrorist when criminals have Let Freedom Ring as their publicist?
November 2, 2010
Time for a Reality Check in Airline Safety
Can your iPod bring down a plane?in Travel
2010 Vote a Statement on the Electorate, Not the State of the Country
The logic and intelligence of the electorate is what is on trial this year.
October 28, 2010
The Quality of Mercy
Tea Party seeks their pound of flesh