In an attempt to stop my doom-writing about technology, I tried a thought experiment.
Think about the complex challenges those working for the rebirth of cities will have to tackle.
Four years ago, I stood onstage and introduced people to the term "deepfakes." I wanted people to be more judicious about what they believed and what they chose to share, and to become more critical of what they saw and heard online.
The 7-38-55 rule, developed decades ago by UCLA psychology professor Albert Mehrabian, attempts to quantify the importance of nonverbal communication.
Last week's episode, "Rainbow," may just have been one of the most well-written episodes of any television show ever created.
Funnels are arbitrary lenses, invented by marketers, that are applied after the fact. They have nothing to do with how we live our lives.
The internet has a long history of sites that build large followings with permissive porn policies, only have venture capital funders balk at funding porn sites.
The more I study new ad constructs, the more I am convinced that some of the foundational truths from the masters of the '80s and '90s are still true today.
Nielsen's TV measurement is not going away, but many emerging measurement companies are still going to pick up a lot of new business.
Just four short weeks ago, we thought things were heading back to normal. Then Delta comes along and messes it up for everyone.