It all started around 1999 when I was writing on the web about Baby Boomers. My articles were getting hits from a University of Southern California intranet site. I thought for sure that some professor of English or Literature or an artsy subject like that had made my online scribblings mandatory reading.
Then I found out the truth: the course was about Gerontology.
Skip ahead a few years, and yours truly pens a book about advertising to baby boomers. I was floored when it was selected as a Classroom Resource by The Advertising Educational Foundation. I still get emails from students and professors around the world. The book is in the libraries of many colleges and universities.
Professor Chuck. Funny. At least to me.
Now I’m getting oodles of whacks from another college intranet site – and it seems as if one of my PowerPoint presentations is required watching.
The hits are coming from Southern Oregon University’s Blackboard System.
Those poor kids … having to listen to some old guy ramble on and on …