Mullets, IPO done right, NFL Apps & Taylor Swift

I love quick weeks, especially ones that are cut up with the opening of the NFL season and a weekend chock-full-o football this weekend. Hopefully you get a chance to enjoy the games and have a great weekend. So without further ramblings, here is this week’s edition of Five for Friday.

Internet Trolls Vote to Send Taylor Swift to Perform at School for the Deaf – on one hand, this is funny, on the other it is wrong to laugh. This is something that the PR side of me hopes Swift’s camp turns into a positive. Instead of opting out of the contract, I would hope she turns it into an overall fundraiser for the school.

The Best Apps For The NFL Season – This is fitting and a must-read for any football fan heading into this weekend.

Nickelodeon: A Quick Case Study in Social Business – I like Michael Brito and the work he does to bring more of awareness to social business. In this quick case study, he highlights how Nickelodeon made an organizational move to clarify their stance on some controversial and lewd remarks from one of their actors – good read for the parents out there.

Facebook Handled their IPO Exactly Right – A lot of people are down on Zuck and Co. in terms of their IPO and stock price. One person who isn’t is Mark Cuban who offers an interesting take on the IPO.

Fantasy Customers vs. Real Customers – how much are likes, pins and shares worth in reality?

Bonus – NFL Weekend Video… John Clayton Full Mullet and Slayer Shirt

2 Responses to Mullets, IPO done right, NFL Apps & Taylor Swift
  1. Mandie Boardman
    September 7, 2012 | 1:20 pm

    The internet is just twisted. Alaska was funny, a school for the deaf is just wrong. Tay is pretty tight with the Kennedy clan now, so she’ll prob be in MA anyway, though. Make an appearance, make a donation and show those idiots up.

  2. brilliantfork
    September 7, 2012 | 5:45 pm

    @ginidietrich @jeffespo you say IPO….I say Y…E….S….

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