"Most digital activities (e.g., search, social, shopping, live events) will increasingly take place inside of gaming," according to one report.
Without the fairness doctrine (abolished in 1987) in place, far left and far right points of view run rampant and clog the airwaves with nonsense.
What happens, for example, when an extrovert and introvert are locked down in the same house together -- like my wife and myself?
Technology drives change faster and faster, and we shouldn't assume what is acceptable today will be acceptable tomorrow, says author Juan Enriquez.
Sadly, nothing has really changed. Online fraud is still bad - globally bad. Billions of dollars in money down the drain.
It doesn't matter what folks' politics are. We want to maximize everyone's chance to participate in our democracy and make a difference.
I wonder if third-party data will become as extinct as the dodo bird?
As I give in to the siren call of Bezos and Co., I wonder what forces I might be unleashing.
The thing about Apple that you have to remember is that it never has to be first -- it's a "a fast follower."
We need more moments when an investigation -- or dogged determination -- transforms the public's knowledge of something profoundly important.