Can You Really Start A Marketing Agency From “Anywhere?”

Tech journalist and pretty cool dude John Biggs recently published a fascinating tweetstorm on the lack of viability for startups and the American Midwest. You may hard disagree with his points but John Biggs has been covering startups for 20 years and his points are almost certainly backed up by his own prolific experience in … [Read more…]

The Not-So-Cool Companies of Social Media

There was a minor uproar on social media a few days ago. Engadget Editor Nicole Lee received what can best be described as an…unusual E-mail from a T-shirt company trying to drum up attention for its Kickstarter and business. If you can’t click on that link, 3 FIT Theory sent Nicole an E-mail with the … [Read more…]

The Best and Worst Customer Service I Received in 2018

Third year I’ve done these articles and I must confess that I’ve been really looking forward to writing it this year. I had all around pleasant experiences, if nothing particularly mind-blowing. Good customer service wound up being enjoyable, but it’s not until the bad customer service that things get really juicy. It’s s not objectively the worst customer … [Read more…]

Oh, Jack! Twitter’s CEO Makes Another Oops

Oh, Jack Dorsey, you silly scamp. You just don’t know when to stop pissing people off, do you? Jack Dorsey, for the uninitiated, is the CEO of social network Twitter and a very controversial figure of late in the tech industry. He oversees a platform that’s spent years being rife with harassment, death threats, organized … [Read more…]

Did Thrillist Really Kill A Local Burger Spot?

There’s a sombering article in Thrillist that’s making the rounds on social media this week about a second generation family-run burger restaurant, Stanich’s. Back in 2017 Stanich’s received the enviable title of Thrillist’s Best Burger in America, and owner Steve Stanich was happy to the point of tears. He talked about how proud he thought his … [Read more…]

The Telltale Sign of Healthcare Chilling Effects

Strap yourselves in, kids. This one gets political. Towards the tail end of September Telltale Games announced its intent to shut down. The game developer was catapulted into the stratosphere with the critically beloved and commercially successful Walking Dead adventure game back in 2012, and has had a string of successful and well received titles like … [Read more…]