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  • Don't Limit Your Media Diet
    Each side of the political divide is amazed at how stupid the other side is, because your media diet only includes foods you've already signed up for.
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  • Documentaries Are Media, Too
    After I reached the end of my interest in typical streaming fare, my kids and I discovered the benefits of historical and nature docs.
  • The Fickle Fate Of Memes
    If your name is Karen, the trolling masses have claimed your fate and you just have to go along for the ride.
  • The Day My Facebook Bubble Popped
    My Facebook rule when I see something I vehemently disagree with is: keep scrolling and bite your tongue. Then I broke it.
  • Latest Ad-Spend Data Reveals Much About Marketing And Society As A Whole
    Forecasters are looking to 2021 as the year of recovery, but the fallout from industries, business and services that are partially open, re-opened or re-opening and closing again is huge.
  • The Death of Lunch
    The media business doesn't behave according to a schedule. Insights don't always come in the half-hour window designated. Leaders need a great number of informal relationships.
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