It was 6:35 p.m. on the first day of classes at the beginning of my second college semester. I sat crammed into a desk/chair combo made for a fifth grader in Room 207 of the Willard Building on the University Park campus of The Pennsylvania State University grinning like a crazy fool. Continue reading Not a Baby Course
In “Bigger Than Christmas,” I wrote that the back-to-school seasons of recent years bring in more money than the Christmas seasons. Those millions of dollars in annual revenue mean that the retail industry is really big business. Through the sale of actual goods.
Then I heard about virtual goods Continue reading My Head is Spinning