Looking back fifteen years or so, I remember the first hints of what would become the Internet as we know it today. Back then, I was a young twenty-something attending Sacramento State University, majoring in Psychology, when a forward-thinking professor of mine decided to require the class to use email (then completely text-based) to communicate with him and the rest of my classmates. As put off as I was by this, I attempted to learn how to maneuver through this confusing ‘fad,’ and subsequently started spending a significant amount of time in the school’s computer lab.
Discussion of Everything PR
When the story of the Secret Service men who got in trouble with prostitutes in Columbia broke into the news, I started to wonder about how the public relations would unfold. It’s obviously an embarrassment to the government and I think the natural tendency of people is to first try and play down the story.