Like a forever spinning orb
Welcome to the Business on Demand Conference!The rapidly evolving worldwide web and mobile devices have transformed business across all industries worldwide.
Join us at the Radisson Los Angeles at USC on Saturday, March 26 for a spectacular event! Interact with leaders from:
Google Groupon Electronic Arts Mobile
Hulu Lionsgate 20th Century Fox
Thought leaders in business, technology and digital marketing will present insights and strategies for leveraging the power of social media and mobile technology to drive revenue and gain a competitive advantage for your business. Speakers will also discuss their thoughts on the future and how businesses can best position themselves today to prepare for what lies ahead.
Addiction is a real disease. What do you grad students think about the Charlie Sheen's radical behavior in a bizarre interview on ABC's "20/20" and new social media career? Is he "winning" with the people or is he a man crying out for help in the form of a media trainwreck? What is the media's responsibility if any?
Sheen joined Twitter this week and amassed over 1 million followers almost overnight. The Los Angeles Times reported "Guinness World Records said on its Facebook page that Sheen was in fact the fastest to ever hit 1 million followers on Twitter, which he did in 25 hours and 17 minutes." With mouths to feed, he starting working pay-for-play tweeting through the service Ad.ly. His rants against his canceled No. 1 show 'Two and a Half Men' started immediately. To date Sheen was the highest paid actor on a television comedy, netting $2 million per episode, far surpassing Seinfeld.
Images like this are circulating through the net:
Seventh-Annual Wonderland Award
VOTE TO BRING NATALIE PORTMAN TO USC!
The upcoming Universal Pictures comedy, Your Highness, starring Academy Award nominated James Franco and Academy Award winner Natalie Portman, is holding a university competition to determine the location of its world premiere, complete with cast appearances and after-party. This is an online-voting system, where the University with the most votes will get the premiere, and the next five runners-up will get to have advanced screenings of the movie.