Yellow Chair Chats

April 21, 2011

Caught in a lie?

By Danielle Maglione, Online Communications Director OK, we all know that social media has made our lives completely available to the public. We also know that we need to monitor what we say on our statuses, tweets and blogs so we don’t word vomit all over the web. However, how […]
April 19, 2011

Only $14.99 to upgrade to iMovie ’11? Yes, please.

By Kristina Richmann, Lead Photographer As an avid user of the iMovie software, I’m always up for learning new video editing tricks. I know I downloaded the updated version a little late (it released late October 2010), but once I found out what “personal movie trailers” meant, I could barely […]
April 14, 2011

OMG, did you see the latest Oxford English Dictionary update?

By Emmalee Kremer, Editorial Director I did, and it made my word-loving heart break a little. LOL, ♥ and OMG are among the latest additions to the book that calls itself “the definitive record of the English language.” WTF, one of those doesn’t even contain any letters, it’s a symbol. […]
April 12, 2011

Our New York City Adventure

By Melissa Duralia, Senior Account Executive “Which metro stop do we get off at again?” “Are you sure we are walking in the right direction?” The preceding questions could be heard coming from the mouths of the eager TGCers that took on the big apple this past spring break. High […]
April 11, 2011

Twitter & The Kardashians

By Elizabeth Ghiorso, Account Executive I openly admit my former hatred of Twitter. Before I got into public relations, my sentiments toward Twitter were similar to my sentiments toward Twilight moms: perplexity mixed with a dash of snobbish disdain.  While I still shamelessly scoff at tweets that include more than […]
April 7, 2011

The French Alt-ernative

By Naubil Oropeza, Account Executive Shock waves went through the fashion industry in December when Carine Roitfeld, beloved editor-in-chief and creator of the sexy chic movement that French Vogue has been know for, stepped down from her position at the magazine. Patricia Goldman, the public relations agency that manages the […]