Around here, Al DiGuido is known as the founder of Al’s Angels — one of Westport’s most hard-working, community-directed service organizations.
In the real world, Al is chief executive of CEO of Zeta Interactive, a New York company that monitors more than 100 million blogs, message boards and social media posts to analyze the feelings of potential consumers.
In today’s New York Times, Al weighed in on Tiger Woods’ recent woes. The formerly squeaky clean, bed-hopping corporate-icon golfer and erstwhile idol has suffered “the quickest fall from positive to negative we’ve ever seen” in the 5 years his company has measured such buzz.
In other words: Tiger Woods is no angel.