July 1, 2018

This classic interview with Neo-Freudian psychologist Erich Fromm is interesting not only for its relevance to psychology but also as a piece of cultural history. It is fascinating to hear Fromm's thoughts about social psychology set against the backdrop of Cold War Am...

April 23, 2014

Quoted in this piece from NY Daily News about a NYPD Twitter campaign gone wrong.

Anthony Rotolo, a social media strategist and professor at Syracuse University, said, “What the NYPD did is fail to see that if there are things that can be dredged up in your environment,...

February 8, 2014

Quoted in this piece originally published by The Atlantic 

But if you're not a political candidate, does being naked on the Internet even matter anymore? Maybe not, argues Anthony Rotolo, assistant professor of social media at Syracuse University. "There's a half life t...

February 7, 2014

Quoted in this piece from MIT Technology Review looking at how "social-networking apps that eschew real names are gaining ground."

“Facebook is more like the global social network; it’s like our communication layer to the world,” says Anthony Rotolo, an assistant profes...

November 6, 2013

Quoted in this piece from AP and Yahoo on social media use over the holidays.

Social media will be part of the holidays this year — parties, gifts, photos, shopping — in a way it was not five years ago, notes Anthony Rotolo, who teaches social media strategy at Syracuse...

November 6, 2013

During CNBC's coverage of the Twitter IPO, Anthony Rotolo, Syracuse University professor, and Andrew Selepak, University of Florida director of social media masters program, discuss the advantages of using Twitter as a learning tool.

June 26, 2013

Quoted in this story originally published by CNN and written by Todd Leopold

CNN -- Bacon and eggs. Motherhood and apple pie. Block and tackle.

Image memes and Impact.

Yes, like those other great combinations, there's something about a photo of Grumpy Cat complemented by...

June 13, 2013

Quoted in this piece originally published by CNN and written by Todd Leopold.

CNN -- The controversy over National Security Agency data mining has spawned columns featuring ominous references to Orwell and Kafka, reassurances from politicians and jokes (made on the Inte...

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