Have you ever connected your phone via Bluetooth to a speaker to listen to music? Guess what! That technology is now capable of helping you and your horse connect on a new level! HorseCom is a new, wearable technology for equestrians and their mounts that uses Bluetooth technology to enhance the abilities, well-being and performance of… Continue reading Be horseCom’s Next Riding Star!
At first, I was a little weary about Hootsuite. I had had Hootsuite before when I was in high school and I hardly used it. I always used the Twitter app and every now and then Tweetdeck because Twitter’s app used to be awful. When I sat down in Dr. Freberg’s Social Media class and… Continue reading Hootsuite & Me
I will admit, I am not a gamer. Not at all. When I was younger, I used to play on my older brother’s Playstation, but I was never serious about any of the games that he had. I played a lot of Sims, NASCAR racing games, and Mario Kart. I never realized that these games… Continue reading CommTech: Video Games
Samantha Hughey spoke to our social media class today via Skype. She is the Social Media Audience Engagement Editor for the United States Olympic Committee. Her advice and input really were great and I found her to be pretty funny as well! One thing that she said that I took away from her talk was:… Continue reading #TeamUSA in #Freberg16!
My fangirl days are still ongoing, but there was a time when it was even crazier than it is now. When I was in middle and high school, I followed a lot of bands (McFly, Honor Society, Allstar Weekend etc.) on Facebook and Twitter. I never realized that tweeting them and getting replies was a… Continue reading Social Media & PR
One thing I love about the equestrian world is unity. There’s nothing more enjoyable than seeing someone out in public with breeches and instantly connecting with them over the topic we all love: horses. But, there are somber moments when the community comes together to remember someone special. Olivia Inglis was an Australian eventer who unfortunately… Continue reading #RideForOlivia
My parents got our first computer when I was three years old. I remember them putting it in my older brother’s room since he was in high school and needed to do homework on it. That didn’t stop me from sneaking into his room when he wasn’t home (or even when he was home) so… Continue reading CommTech: Thanks, Internet