Hugh Hefner has often been represented as a key player in the cultural objectification of women in the United States. Critics of his magazine have "argued that Playboy encourages men to eschew the responsibilities of adulthood by flouting the conventions of emotional commitment to and financial responsibility for women, in favor of a hedonistic focus on sexuality." (Beggan, 2003). Typically, Hefner has been perceived as being a catalyst to the perpetuation of these sort of moral standards, and that his magazine was an effort to break away from the moral standards instilled by his parents -- consequently, puritan and protestant Christianity. However, assumption makes the all too common error of too strongly associating Hugh Hefner the man with the magazine that made him rich.
Importantly, Hefner's original attempts at creating a magazine were utterly ordinary and uncontroversial. "At first he hoped to produce a wholesome journal about Chicago, but when…… [Read More]
And that's because no one has clearly answered these questions. As a result, and despite the relative success of Twitter, confusion abounds -- confusion among the public, among new users, and among the top brass of Twitter, Inc.
As you are all well aware, success is fleeting. Numbers are down and users have grown stagnant. I'm not telling you something you don't already know, just reminding you of the current situation. So now that I've unnerved you, unsettled you, and un-housed you, here is where the fun begins, the solutions. You know the problems, we know the problems, now the question becomes what to we do about those problems? The Raskolnikov Consultant Group sees two solutions and only two solutions. And, in our eyes, one solution is entirely more viable than the other.
Option number 1: SELL! In our expert opinion this is by far the best option, sell Twitter!…… [Read More]