Contributing bloggers discuss a variety of topics geared toward the transit and motorcoach sectors.
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By Paul Mackie |
June 4, 2014 | Comments (5)
I’ve been enjoying danah boyd’s book titled It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens. She is a researcher from Microsoft, New York University and Harvard who toured the country for the past several years interviewing teens about why they seem so addicted to social media and whether they are destroying their brains and their lives in the process. Her findings are basically that the kids are alright and it’s probably the parents who are crazy.
By Amy Snyder |
September 25, 2013 | Comments (0)
Super fans, transit geeks, bus nerds — whatever you want to call them — find Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District on social media platforms. This pool of repeat socializers is handy for projects such as the transit system’s recent website redesign and recruiting riders to help assess the performance of the CAD/AVL system after an equipment upgrade.
Marcia Ferranto is President/CEO of WTS International.
Joe Zavisca is an independent consultant specializing in paratransit service.
Paul Mackie is communications director at Mobility Lab, a leading U.S. voice of “transportation demand management.”
Rob Taylo is founder/CEO of SinglePoint Communications, an exclusive U.S. distributor of WiFi in Motion.
Zack Shubkagel is partner and creative director for the San Francisco office of Willoughby Design, a strategic branding and design firm.
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