I really wish that connecting to me on LinkedIn were not the primary way for a media salesperson to reach out and try to get a foot in the door.
U.S. travel writer and TV personality Rick Steves is -- well, there's no really kind way to put this -- a weenie.
With Amazon's Prime Day now on everyone's mind, you can't blame consumers for a bit of skepticism about which product "deals" are really deals.
What I learned from my quest fix a an expensive amplifier at two very different sound equipment shops.
The suggestion that success will result from mere ownership of a "first-party data asset" is misleading at best.
The issue is not whether you can easily cut the cord or not. The challenge lies in what you're replacing your cords with.
When the world seems increasingly bizarre and unpredictable, we look for things we can still control, like the contents of our sock drawer.
in the end, robots don't lay brick, or carpeting, or install light fixtures, or hang wallpaper -- or do hundreds of other jobs that require human hands, math and labor.
Our algorithms should counter our biases, not amplify them. But that only happens if we're willing to acknowledge we have them.
The company that invented its own holiday -- Prime Day -- is in a unique position to shape the views of consumers on sustainability.