The info war raged long before Putin put boots on the ground in Ukraine, and weaponized the technology that has driven so much innovation around the world.
Perhaps it's pointless to predict and prognosticate. Perhaps what is useful, instead, is to articulate what's not working and what would be better.
You can make a lot of money in digital home products and services, but controlling the TV provides critical leverage to getting it.
This past year I lost a close friend, John Durham, who was the best example of how to grow a personal and professional network.
Now that we're going down that road (fingers crossed), we can ask, "Is it playing out as predicted? And what lies ahead?
Whatever story you want to tell, there's a screen experience to tell it on.
Things have changed from the initial "cord-cutting" wave, when cable providers were loath to set you free.
Companies are now wrestling with pivotal back-to-work decisions. Is there a hybrid work model that can capture the best of remote and in-person?
I do believe regulations about the internet need to be updated. Most importantly, social media requires regulation.
Very un-Canadian of us: We're making the nightly news around the globe. We've traded in polite for protest.