• Olympic Light Will Shine Brightly On Inequities In Sports
    The Olympics are a way of uniting the world through sport, but they also can also unite people through the stories behind the sport.
  • Why Our Brains Struggle With The Threat Of Data Privacy
    Our brains have no evolved mechanisms that deal with new concepts like data privacy.
  • The Crushed Towers -- And Hidden Truths
    It seems impossible to look at the Champlain Towers South condominium complex collapse and not think of the World Trade Center and 9/11.
  • Olympics: Excited Athletes, Angry Hosts, Disengaged Viewers?
    I have felt very sorry for Olympic athletes during the pandemic, as many sports attract a mass audience only every four years.
  • Nielsen's Streaming Percentage -- 26% -- Surprises Many
    The lesson here for ad folks: We need to be careful not to conflate what media folks talk about with what Americans actually do.
  • Welcome Back, Live Music!!
    I could not be happier to witness the return of these tribal exchanges of sound.
  • Picking Apart The Concept Of Viral Videos
    Is going viral all it's cracked up to be? For example, what if you're targeting a smaller audience?
  • Is Bluetooth Stalking You?
    Could be like Tom Cruise's experience in "Minority Report," when he's bombarded by digital OOH ads that mention him by name.
  • Babysitting Racist Algorithms
    Algorithms are like little kids. They take everything literally, so you have to be extremely careful with the instructions you provide.
  • Gamer-Friendly Ads Get Boost From Facebook's Oculus Ad Announcement
    My hope is that the user ad controls are just a first step, and that over time Facebook will truly put the advertising under the control of the players.
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