Friday, July 27, 2012
What is technology doing to communication? Christy Demetrakis joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the challenges humans have blending technology and our need to connect and communicate with other humans, especially customers.
How do you read body language by email or social media? Christy Demetrakis joins Jim Blasingame to remind that face-to-face is the original social media and should be an abiding part of any professional business and sales strategy.
Will Gen Y save the residential housing depression? Ken Gronbach joins Jim Blasingame to report on the impact of Generation Y and immigrants on the next surge in housing and the economy.
Everybody needs a place to live. Ken Gronbach joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the demographic components that could cause the housing industry to support a sustained recovery for the next 10 years.
Why the U.S. leads the world in per capita economic productivity. Ken Gronbach joins Jim Blasingame to report on the per capita contribution of U.S. workers and how technology creates employment opportunities and challenges,
How are the presidential candidates handing their brand stories? Catherine Kaputa joins Jim Blasingame to compare how Brand Obama and Brand Romney are doing in controlling their brand message.
What small businesses can learn from presidential candidate brands. Catherine Kaputa joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the need for presidential candidates and small businesses to control their brand messages.
Edison's battery technology gets new life. Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report that one of Thomas Edison's 19th century battery inventions could save the electric auto sector when joined with 21st century materials.
Making bones from laser printers? Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how innovations in 3D laser printers will allow new products to be "printed," including walls and, believe it or not, bone replacements.
The Wright Brothers airplane design lives in the 21st century. Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on how an original bi-plane design could be used to build the next supersonic aircraft.