Tragic and Sad Tales Archive

How The Rules Of Cyber Engagement Have Changed?

How The Rules Of Cyber Engagement Have Changed? A series of recent breaches at United Airlines, Anthem and, most recently, Sabre Corp. and American Airlines are reportedly tied to state-sponsored cyber attackers. These attacks further highlight an important trend

How Twitter ruined my Marriage – A True Story

I got married two years ago. Before we got married he really wasn’t all into social networks but now he’s on all of them: Pinterest, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other silly social networks. I wouldn’t have minded

True Friends always supports and stands by you

Once two friends were walking through the forest. They knew that anything dangerous can happen to them at any time in the forest. So they promised each other that they would remain united in any case of

BUG can delete your public Facebook photos

For many of us, Facebook houses the large majority of our personal photos. And why not? It’s an easy way to share last night’s adventures, photos of growing kids and pets, or even last night’s dinner. It’s

Why Brands Should Not Make April Fools Jokes

Why #Brands Should Not Make April Fools Jokes: This isn’t the worst week. That slot remains filled by the Vegas confab that shall not be named. But be prepared for the next bit to be bored by

US Government Log-ins And Passwords Hacked

A security intelligence company has found the stolen log-in credentials for up to 47 US government agencies accessible online. Passwords were found on public websites such as Pastebin, where hackers often dump data. Recorded Future said it

Ralph Stanley dies at 89

Ralph Stanley, a patriarch of Appalachian music who with his brother Carter helped expand and popularize the genre that became known as bluegrass, died Thursday. He was 89. His publicist, Kirt Webster, confirmed Stanley’s death but did

The Ticking Time Bomb of Youth Unemployment

Global youth unemployment stands at a staggering 74 million worldwide and this number seems to be growing according to the 2015 World Economic and Social Outlook report. When it comes to America the Bureau of Labor Statistics

A Letter to my Father on his 60th Birthday

February 7, 2008  Dear Daddy,  I just realized that today is your birthday.  Every year I know it is coming and yet it catches me off guard.  I forget about it for a while.  About half way through my day…BAM!…it

How Old-School Management Kills Work Culture?

Early in my career, I had an encounter with a senior leader that left such a vivid impression on me that I can still remember it like it was yesterday. It was our first meeting as manager-employee. We