Welcome to Mansfield Communications’ Web Worthy Wednesdays! In this feature, we compile links suggested by our staff into a list of the top five most interesting and thought-provoking (in our opinions, of course) articles found this past week on the web. Enjoy!
In no particular order:
Sixty Percent of New Yorkers Oppose Mayor Bloomberg’s Soda Ban, New NY Times Poll Finds: Most Think Mayor is Overreaching With the Plan, Which Suggests More Governmental Interference with Matters of Personal Choice
A good example of public opinion when policy interferes with personal choice.
Will LiveStrong survive its founder, Lance Armstrong’s, crisis?
The Lance Armstrong Foundation’s eponymous founder has been banned from the sport of cycling as part of a doping investigation. That puts a cloud over the foundation it will have to work to remove. What do you think? Will LiveStrong survive?
10 tips for earning respect in the PR industry
Finding it hard to get the respect of your superiors, clients, even your peers? Here are some tips that just may help!
It’s more important to be kind than clever
Directly from the article, which really sums it up best: “In a world that is being reshaped by the relentless advance of technology, what stands out are acts of compassion and connection that remind us what it means to be human.”
Google uses its home page to push Nexus 7 tablet
With one of the most popular home pages on the internet, Google was pretty genius to take advantage of it to advertise its newest tablet. Other companies would surely pay top dollar to advertise in that space!
Did you read an article recently that you think is a must-read? Share it with us in the comments!