These are the odds of winning the $1 billion that Warren Buffet and Quicken Loans ponied up for the NCAA hoops genius who correctly picks the "perfect March Madness" bracket. The publicity this little PR promotion has and will generate will more than compensate for the time and effort spent to develop and announce the "contest."
Pando Daily's intrepid New York reporter Erin Griffith set Twitter tongues-a-waggin with her piece drawing a journalistic distinction between news "publications" and content "platforms." She questioned the editorial integrity of news sites that accept or are fueled by content from outside "contributors" (with supposed hidden agendas).
As I think about the early days of Tesla, I would have to say that the company has come a long way in its dealing with thorny issues. What's more, it's refreshing to see this CEO-founder so passionately and so openly take the lead, which bodes well for the company's road ahead.
Whitney Houston's untimely demise produced all sorts of fodder for those following the machinations of the media and marketing worlds. Here's a topline starting with a tweet from Mashable's Pete Cashmore: @petecashmore Twitter Breaks News of Whitney Houston Death 27 Minutes Before Press RT @...