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  • Is Diversity More Than A Buzzword?
    Let's unpack that question -- and the need to embrace more than just a short-term need to check the diversity box. ...
  • What Are The Ethical Implications Of Technology?
    Technology drives change faster and faster, and we shouldn't assume what is acceptable today will be acceptable tomorrow, says author Juan Enriquez. ...
  • Jeff Bezos: The Final Frontier
    What's next for Bezos? What if he bought Fox News and Breitbart and made them more centrist? ...
  • 'Wonderama,' Kids' TV, And the Web
    Memories of a more innocent time in kids' media. ...
  • When Voters Become Fans Instead Of Citizens
    While voters are by their nature open to persuasion, based on their particular issues or social agendas, fans have no such concerns. ...
  • Does Zello's Walkie-Talkie App Power Right-Wing Violence?
    If there was any doubt the attack on the Capitol was an organized military operation, audio logs put that debate to rest. ...
  • 230 Reasons Why We're All Publishers Now
    When Twitter and others decided to ban Trump and his followers from posting on their platforms, they crossed the line and became publishers. ...
  • Vanilla Sky -- And Beyond
    Think about the complex challenges those working for the rebirth of cities will have to tackle. ...
  • Why Web Freedom Won't Be The Same After COVID-19
    "I do not want the government to be the ones to decide what should or shouldn't be posted online," said one participant in a panel about platform legislation. ...
  • The Dawning Of The Age Of Aquarius
    On Monday Jupiter and Saturn will appear to align in the southwest sky in the northern hemisphere. ...
  • An Open Letter To Jack Dorsey
    On Jan. 20, you have an opportunity to put an end to the former president's use of your powerful media megaphone. ...
  • I'm Opening A Liberty Store!
    I'm all about freedom, and clearly the government wants to take my freedom away. So why not create a store for others like me? ...
  • Happiness, Shoes, And Tony Hsieh
    Memories of Tony Hsieh, the retired CEO of online shoe retailer Zappos who died last week at the age of 46. ...
  • Why Do Henchmen Remain Loyal?
    Each of Trump's henchmen has an ideal Bond villain counterpart. ...
  • Did Gig Workers Lose Out On California Prop 22?
    Prop 22 was supposed to be a law that would give gig employees more rights. But the actual benefits it provided were terrible -- and confusing. ...
  • Twitter And Trump: The Aftermath
    The deep, dark recesses of the web have simply moved to new, more permissive platforms. ...
  • Can Consumers Control Their Own Data? Andrew Yang Thinks So
    The issues that face tech and media have been made clear by this election. And, no matter what the outcome, they will be front-burner issues in 2021. ...
  • Borat: Freedom Fighter Or Fraudster? Maybe Both
    Lots of people have issues with the new "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm." And that's exactly what Sacha Baron Cohen wanted to happen. ...
  • What Are The Ethical Implications Of Technology?
    Technology drives change faster and faster, and we shouldn't assume what is acceptable today will be acceptable tomorrow, says author Juan Enriquez. ...
  • Apple Unleashes 5G
    The thing about Apple that you have to remember is that it never has to be first -- it's a "a fast follower." ...
  • Amazon's COVID-19 Windfall
    Are the steps Amazon has taken during the pandemic good customer service, or antitrust? Or both? ...
  • On Anonymity, Friends --- And How Real People Matter
    Selling a phone on Craigslist, I found strangers who curse at you and think nothing of it --- and then, something better. ...
  • Reed Hastings: Building Beyond Borders
    I was wrong when I criticized Netflix's then-new ideas about binge-watching. But I admitted my mistake. ...
  • A Man With A Van
    Whether it's for a van or a graphic artist, the gig economy isn't a long-term connection between client and provider. ...
  • When The Tail Starts Wagging The Dog
    The line between reporting and instigating is tricky, and often only seen in retrospect. Back when Fox News launched, there was a minor uproar at the phrase "Fair and Balanced ...
  • Biden, The DNC, UGC
    People don't realize that what the DNC did was extraordinarily difficult -- almost impossible. ...
  • It's The Summer Of Scams
    Whether it's a cute puppy or a cure for COVID-19, if it seems to be too good to be true, it probably is. ...
  • The Digital Declutter
    Many of us are in our homes staring at our screens even as we try to go off the grid. So I hereby declare August the month of digital declutter ...
  • America's Brand Narrative
    America's brand is powerful. The images of immigrants, opportunity and unique American drive reaches far beyond our shores. ...
  • Dog Days Of Summer
    Why not use the heat, and the hounds, to explore some trends? ...