NASA meets Silicon Valley, social media transparency and a big “Movement” for a young start-up
On today’s episode, we take a look at how SpaceX is training NASA astronauts to fly on the company’s Dragon capsule, breathing new life into space exploration and into space and tech industries respectively. A simple parody website prompted us to examine social media transparency and what to be aware of. Also, be sure to hear our coverage of MVMT’s big announcement. For these stories and more, tune in to today’s episode of WRLWND Radio, hosted by Johnathan Mansour.
Learn more by checking out these stories:
https://itincanadaonline.ca/index.php/insights/eric-jacksch/2385-maybe-it-is-time https://www.cnet.com/news/mike-pence-parody-site-tops-google-search-results-for-his-name/ https://www.cnet.com/news/the-answer-to-facebook-twitter-and-youtubes-problems-with-infowars-transparency/ https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/15/17688388/spacex-commercial-crew-astronauts-training-dragon-iss-launch https://www.forbes.com/sites/robertanaas/2018/08/16/movado-group-to-acquire-mvmt-lifestyle-watch-and-accessories-brand/#6bb77d506a8c
Marcello is VP Content Strategy for IT in Canada Online media and WRLWND.com and also host of WRLWND Radio. An avid technology enthusiast, he has worked on content leadership strategies for a number of industries including the public sector, life science, technology and defence. He is a former technology marcom and content specialist for Canadian Government Executive media and has previously worked as a technology columnist and web-designer, as well as a social media and technology consultant.
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