by Kaila Colbin on Jul 31, 1:01 PM
Deepfakes have become terrifyingly good, as in a video of Nixon delivering the speech he would have given if the moon lander had crashed.
by Dave Morgan on Jul 30, 3:54 PM
In times of great change, developing a perspective can be much more valuable than just taking lots of actions for the sake of being active.
by Cory Treffiletti on Jul 29, 1:29 PM
The post-pandemic landscape involves the evolution of many of the innovative ideas we will be seeing these next few months.
by Gord Hotchkiss on Jul 28, 3:53 PM
What can writer and "Newsroom" creator Aaron Sorkin teach us these days?
by Steven Rosenbaum on Jul 27, 12:24 PM
Why not use the heat, and the hounds, to explore some trends?
by Maarten Albarda on Jul 24, 10:02 PM
Let's examine how and where you - the advertiser - are probably at fault and are doing damage to your own business.
by Dave Morgan on Jul 23, 2:23 PM
Reading the news about Schibsted's latest acquisition took me back almost 25 years to my first interactions with Scandinavian newspaper executives.
by Cory Treffiletti on Jul 22, 1:34 PM
Hollywood's original scripted shows are paused or on hold. Sports is trying desperately to come back. There are too many choices people don't understand.
by Gord Hotchkiss on Jul 21, 2:15 PM
A new report shows that the majority of us don't trust the news we get through social media - but most times, we're okay with that.
by Steven Rosenbaum on Jul 20, 10:33 AM
Mary Trump's book is not a presidential takedown, but an extraordinarily thoughtful, detailed, story about a deeply flawed family.