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Our personal technology commentator, Jeremy Gamez, reflects on a New York Times article in which the author describes his experiences in quitting Facebook.  One of the results, the author says, is that he cut his expenditures on clothing purchases over a six month period from about $1,000 to $300.  Jeremy is the business technical analyst for the Texas A&M-Commerce Provost's office.

Starting in December, the Reno Police Department in Lamar County will start listing the names of those with outstanding warrants on its Facebook page. Police Chief Jeremy Massey says the hope is to pare down a backlog of warrants in the city courts.

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Jeremy Gamez, our personal technology commentator, reflects on a recent New York Times article "I Downloaded The Information Facebook Has On Me.

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Our personal technology commentator, Jeremy Gamez, says the terms of service that social media users accept usually without reading may give companies the right to access the user's personal information.  If you put it on the Internet, Jeremy says, don't be surprised if an unintended someone sees it.  Jeremy is the business technical analyst for the Texas A&M-Commerce provost's office.

Business Etiquette Class Offers Helpful Insight

Aug 31, 2017
Emily Glass gave many useful tips on etiquette for everyone.
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Recently former Mayor of Sulphur Springs Emily Glass provided a free business etiquette class at The Oaks Bed & Breakfast offering helpful insight to those in attendance. She explained etiquette is necessarily about what fork to use for which course but more about what is expected of us in any situation and knowing how to react.

“Etiquette helps us to help others,” said Glass. “Especially in business, it is very easy for us to lose a customer. It is very difficult to get that customer back after losing them. Making a customer feel appreciated can potentially be the difference.”

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Business consultant and East Texas State/A&M-Commerce alumnus Randy Pennington says its vital for businesses to constantly monitor social media, especially for negative comments, to which businesses should respond immediately.  Randy is the CEO of the Pennington Group of Dallas.