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business weasels
by Freddy Tran Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Professional Weasel Watcher… A dark corporate conference room. A loud THUD breaks the silence and a voice cries out…Read More
Stop! Don't make me watch any more!
by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Former Car Advertising Guy… Every now and then an ad campaign makes us viewers lunge for our TV remote controls, either to change the channel or simply mute the annoying spots.Read More
by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Fairy Tale Weaver; illustration of Twisted Princess Cinderella by Jeffrey Thomas aka jeftoon01… Once upon a time there lived an evil princess named Zuckerella. Although she had more wealth than she could possibly ever spend, she craved much, much more. Specifically, Princess Zuckerella wanted to be legendary – the brightest star of her very own fairy tale. So the young princess started writing out her fantastical story. She called it the Book O’ Faces, since it contained everyone she knew, plusRead More
Firefly
by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Still Hurtin’ Firefly Flan… When “Battlestar Galactica” concluded, some fans lamented that the series had to end, but others were thrilled that it departed on a good note. Compare that to the fans of “Lost,” who screamed “WTF?!” after its later episodes.Read More
by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango LLC + Social Media Realist Are you oppressed by a bloodthirsty dictator? Do you want freedom and democracy without having to fight for them? Well, now you can harness the same power that’s made Ashton Kutcher and Justin Bieber leaders of their respective generations! It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…Read More
Harvard Business Review
by Freddy Tran Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Business Lit Connoisseur… Note: The following is meant to be satirical. The author has no affiliation with the Harvard Business Review or any idea what its editors could possibly be thinking. For nearly a century, the Harvard Business Review has been the authoritative voice of critical business thinkers, featuring such legendary thought leaders as Peter Drucker, Theordore Levitt and Michael Porter, and popularizing such paradigm-shattering concepts as the glass ceiling, marketing myopia, and the balanced scorecard. Well, enough of that…Read More
by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Twitter Critic (Twittic?)… Critical times like these spawn critical questions: How do we provide healthcare to 300 million people? Can conflicts over culture and religion ever be resolved? If wind blows into one of Sarah Palin’s ears will it come out the other? But the question I regularly get asked is, “How do I score more followers on Twitter?” (Hmm, maybe it’s time to change professions.) I have ideas, but to ensure that I provide the Twuth, I decide to consultRead More
by Freddy Tran Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Guy Who Wonders Why He’s Still On Twitter… INT. CORPORATE CUBE FARM – DAY One guy is following another guy really closely. “I’m following you, so just follow me back, OK, OK, just follow me, please follow me, follow follow…” A woman goes from desk to desk while people try to ignore her, “I’m off to lunch right now… I’m off to lunch right now… I’m off to lunch right now…” Another guy claims “I’m following 2,000 people!” Show a massiveRead More
Kevin "Nalts" Nalty
Veteran YouTuber Kevin “Nalts” Nalty just let loose his take on social media. He calls his article “The Stupidest,” but we found it way more insightful than most of the tripe posing as social media advice. It also came on a day when many Twitterphiles were twitterbating about Tony Robbins at their conference. Yes, that’s right, self-help evangelists and social media junkies in one room together: the apocalypse is nigh. Break out the roach motels. Anyway, here’s Nalts. Indulge…Read More
by Freddy J. Nager, Founder & Fusion Director, Atomic Tango LLC Over my fifteen years of working in website development, I’ve encountered some bizarre and fascinating characters rivaled only by the people who gravitate to show business. Here are just a few I’ve met — perhaps you recognize some of them?…Read More