Answering “Hamlet’s Blackberry” – April’s Lunch and Book Discussion

In William Powers’ book, Hamlet’s Blackberry: Building A Good Life In The Digital Age, we are confronted with details and theories about a truth we already know: The Surge of Digital Technology into our lives is radically changing the way we relate and communicate. Is this a positive change? What is the role of technology in our growth, development and communication as business professionals? Does technology solve or create problems in the work place? How do we deal with the demand on us for “screen time” and off-line tasks?

Join us on Tuesday, April 8th, from 11:30 am until 1 pm at BB&T Ballpark as a panel of 4 local business professionals discusses their reactions to and thoughts about not only Mr. Powers’ book, but their experience with doing ‘good’ business in the digital age.

For our meetings at BB&T Ballpark, there will be a buffet lunch.  Lunch will be all-inclusive for $15.

To purchase Hamlet’s Blackberry, please visit this Amazon link.  (Note: This is not an affiliate link, and no funds will be received from the direct link to this text.)

For a video review, please see below:

April Panelists:

Phillip Oakley
Founder and Chief Creative Officer
Common Giant

Jaymie Eichorn
Vice President of Marketing
Goodwill of Northwest North Carolina

Dr. Cyndi Briggs
Teacher, Writer, Speaker, and Creative Spark

Kim E. Williams
Director of Sales
Atlantic Webworks

 

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