What I Learned from Black Swan

No, there really aren’t any spoilers below, so for all of your who intend to see this masterpiece of a film, Black Swan, fear not; I’m not ruining any surprises here. This is simply a rumination of mine, pertaining to a key lesson that I took away from this movie. That lesson is simple: Don’t … Continue reading

Twitter Predicts the Stock Market

[Editor’s Note: This article was originally written for Emerson Social Media] It’s a nice thing to be able to know how to invest wisely – after all, having an in-depth understanding of the stock market can lead to lucrative returns if you play your cards right. But what if you didn’t need to understand the … Continue reading

AMA Emerson Partners with Be Bold, Be Bald

One of the best things about being a college student is that I can afford to take risks and try new opportunities with little financial consequence should things go awry. Therefore, I’m always on the lookout for new opportunities to engage myself in Boston’s terrific world of marketing. Emerson College’s American Marketing Association (AMA) chapter … Continue reading

500 Million? Twitter Says That’s Nothing.

[Editor’s Note: This article was originally written for Emerson Social Media] That’s right Facebook. You may have the world’s youngest billionaire. You may have an ultra-successful movie busting the block at this very moment. You might even claim to be the social network of all social networks. But guess what? Twitter doesn’t care. Your 500 million … Continue reading

TEDxAmsterdam Trailer

Okay, so this one’s admittedly a little pat on the back. But hey, some self-love is good every now and again, right? Thanks to my good friend Ad, a recording artist for Beats Broke Records, I was able to be a part of the trailer video for the upcoming TEDxAmsterdam conference. I can be audibly … Continue reading

The Social Network Irony

Jesse Eisenberg is sort of pigeon-holed into the college version of Michael Cera. You know the role: socially awkward, often lovesick good guy who happens to entertain with a quirky deadpan sense of humor. Therefore it is only fitting that Eisenberg has been tapped to play the role of Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network. Honestly, … Continue reading