Andrew MillerMedia Relations Director
No matter if pre-draft subterfuge or old-school thinking, Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer was off base in asserting Johnny Manziel’s business dealings indicate trouble ahead.
With binge-viewing an acceptable form of media consumption, the week between episodes may have weakened one of the best new television shows of the year.
Research shows knocking out small tasks first leads to a great likelihood you’ll take down the big, daunting tasks later.
An app from the teenager from Down Under will bring back that old feeling of grabbing the daily newspaper from your front step each morning.
Tired of getting distracted by his favorite sites while at work, Andrew downloaded an app to increase productivity. The unexpected result? It let him actually enjoy the Internet when at home.
Enamored by life and culture in the Twin Cities, a local couple decided we were missing just one thing: A legit graphic tee company. So they started one on their own.
Everyday people like 15-year-old Nash Grier are more popular than celebrities on Vine. Social media’s first true meritocracy proves great content trumps a big public profile.
Andrew Miller communicates for a living. He gets paid to tell stories with clarity and impact. And yet he struggles to explain his own job to others. Why is that?
Hobbled by marathon training, Andrew made his first chiropractic appointment earlier this week. It was there he was confronted by a question consumers are seeing less and less.
Gadgetry that helps you find lost items might seem like a great idea. But where do we draw the line when it comes to tech that completes everyday human functions?