When we were asked to talk about who we wanted to work for after we have graduated, I had to take a moment and think about it. I can to the conclusion that I don’t exactly have a specific answer. I know that while I continue to look into my interests I will find a job that will ultimately make me happy beyond belief. This may happen after a few jobs that appease only certain levels of my life but, I know will continue to strive for a job that will make me happy every day.
How should I describe this app to all of you. Hmm..
Thanks Brick! Spaceteam is a gaming app for you and (up to) 3 other people can play. You are all manning a failing spaceship.
Sadly, it’s not the Tardis. Spaceteam is where you and your friends are essentially space engineers trying to save your failing spaceship from exploding. Whoa. We did we all get advanced degrees without massive amounts of debt? I’m in! Each screen shows different commands that you must yell out. These commands can only be completed by another player, thus, the yelling. The stakes are your new space engineering mobile lives so… let’s get this spaceship back up to ludicrous speed!
Here’s a link so you can start playing Spaceteam: http://www.sleepingbeastgames.com/spaceteam/
When asked to think of a company that i think does it ‘right,’ I instantly thought “Taco Bell. Who else could you mean?” Taco Bell supplies delicious tacos as well as delicious tweets. They definitely hired the best person (or people) to run their Twitter account. They respond to as many people as possible. Drake Bell is an example of this. Taco Bell also has a genius marketing scheme in place to promote their new breakfast menu coming soon. Here’s a link to that article: http://www.clickz.com/clickz/news/2335521/taco-bell-breakfast-phones-dial-up-new-menu-buzz
So to me, Taco Bell does everything right as a company on social media.
Now I am not the most avid user of Facebook. I typically sign in to check on events with my friends or to upload photos from a recent vacation. I do remember being told one day that I could change the security settings so the “creepers” wouldn’t have too much access to my profile. I thought it was a good idea to keep a part of my posts private from a good portion of the outside world. I liked the idea of the basic information being available so people can search and be able to find me but, I loved the aftermath. They only had a glimpse of a few profile pictures or basic information in my About Me section. So, when they became friends with me, and got to see what else I have experienced, it opened up new conversations with my new friend! I know that with my current security settings, people can view a few profile pictures, a few pieces of basic information about me and a tiny portion of what I have liked in the past. When I logged out to test how well I thought my security was holding up, it was following my security settings quite well. Social media (and its users) needs to have a bit of information about you to survive, but it’s what is waiting on the other side that leaves others intrigued.