The platforms' editorial no-win situation: Take a post down, they're attacked for policing speech. Leave it up, be pilloried for letting platform be used by extremists.
For example, how does a robot tax help hotel employees displaced by Airbnb?
There are some areas of digital that television needs to completely avoid, like the problems of fraud, bots and unviewable impressions.
I wrote a column immediately afterward with a specific message worth revisiting: Never take interpersonal relationships for granted.
How do we manage our personal data? Who owns it? When we answer those questions, let's do it as people, and not marketers.
Without purposeful amnesia about 9/11, "we we couldn't get out of bed in the morning and go to work," says a historian.
Too often have I heard a CMO lament that his current agencies "suck," not realizing the real reason is often the client themselves.
When a computer causes or enables a bad thing, how do we, as a society, bring humans to account?
Signs are there that cable companies are going to move toward a la carte offerings where you can package the stations you want and customize your offering.