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  • The Groupon Pile-On
    It's that time of year again, when the press smack around a ...
  • A Rare Admission Of Failure
    I started this year by laying out a step-by-step strategy for how ...
  • Yes, It's The @!#'^% Technology
    The Unabomber delivered an anti-technology manifesto as he terrorized the U.S. for ...
  • Don't Blame Bartz
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  • Where the Small Businesses At?
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  • Waxman V. Rothenberg
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  • The Anti-Social, Social Network
    In a great twist of irony, social networks have not only made ...
  • Getting Your Ass Kicked By A Really, Really Nice Guy
    I have always imagined that I would one day get my ass ...
  • Things You Can't Undo
    Very few marketing execs are willing to burn their calories questioning the ...
  • You Only Get One Chance To Make Seven Trillion Impressions
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  • The Dreaded B Word
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  • The Dark Side Of Twitter
    Writers thrive on a dangerous concoction of narcissism and feedback.We like seeing ...
  • iDiots' Guide To Publishing On The iPad
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  • I Has Seen the Future -- And We Is Dumb
    Every night around the world, Google ruins countless dinner parties.Humans are competitive ...
  • There Is Nothing Rich About Rich Media
    I am embarrassed and angry about the rich-media industry (but mostly just ...
  • Marriage Is Dead -- And Publishers Are Partly To Blame
    While the tired debate over gay marriage consumes endless media attention, the ...
  • You're Not That Interesting
    Within 15 years, every single thing you say and see, and every ...
  • Email Marketing (Is) For Dummies
    How did the stupidest people in our industry all find their way ...
  • In Defense of Al Gore
    Vilify. Then verify. That has become the raison d'etre for the media, ...
  • One Giant Leap Backwards
    Technology is now doing more damage than good. Left unchecked, our children ...
  • Vodka, A Piano, And The Will To Succeed
    Most people have the ability to achieve greatness in some area, but ...
  • Take Your Privacy And Shove It
    Will the Web break if we stop invading the privacy of our ...
  • Drugs, Weapons And Display Ads
    t is easier to buy nuclear arms in the former Soviet Union ...
  • Making Love to a Gorilla
    If you have ever been to the dog track, you have witnessed ...
  • The Fox Guarding the Hen House
    My latest MediaPost column attracted the ire of none other than Randall ...
  • Publishers Are Committing Fraud
    It has come time for someone to finally call B.S. There have ...
  • CPM Pricing is Doomed
    Since it is the time of year that prognosticators attempt to predict ...
  • The Day The News Died
    The bizarre concept that is newstainment has crept into the American lexicon ...
  • Don't Drop The Egg
    Every business and nearly every businessperson can be neatly put into one ...