Opinion: The Dangers of Indirect Calls to Violence

This post was originally published in the Daily Kos, a progressive political opinion site. It was also reprinted under the title “Is Trump Responsible for the Violence?” on the leading corporate communication site CommPro.Biz.   by Helio Fred Garcia...

Worth Reading, Feb 27, 2012

We’re back from a Presidents Day break last week (and, well, for me from being very under the weather as well). Pew Research on Privacy: The Pew Internet and American Life Project released new data on social network users and privacy, “Privacy management...

Apology Update: Public apology is a five-note chord.

Recent public apologies from Goldman Sachs’ CEO Lloyd Blankfein and Tiger Woods made me wonder why we accept some apologies and denounce others. Which components of a public apology show us that it is authentic and sincere and, therefore, that we can accept it? Is...

When Rumors Have Legs

It was like a bad game of telephone. An old Chicago Tribune article about United Airlines filing for bankruptcy protection in 2002 either did or didn’t reappear on the Web site of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper last weekend. United says it did, the...