I watch everything that's happening, and I think: How can anyone focus on ordinary, everyday business?
Why? For one, incumbent TV companies are hard-pressed to respond to new viewer demands.
Doomscrolling describes the near-endless phone scroll of reading news feeds and diving into content that relates to the day's topical news.
My hope now comes from my kids. Maybe my hope that technology will ultimately make us better people wasn't wrong, it just had to skip a couple of generations.
What is hyper-local news, and is there any chance it will emerge as the voice of our communities? An example buried deep in the archives may hold some clues.
Many advertisers that are now on the boycott bandwagon will have to rethink their strategies completely if the boycott does not yield results.
For advertisers dependent on live sports on TV, it's time to get your Plan B in place.
Brands are becoming more than a voice for profit. They are becoming a megaphone for their customers.
When the President of the United States is the poster child for rude behavior, it's tough for politeness to survive.
As the companies that control web search have shifted from providing a service to selling products, search has slowly, inexorably, evolved -- and not in a good way.