I have a heartstring to strum for radio. I hope it can find a way to re-establish a connection with youth and become a viable medium for the future.
I consider it the original social media: the sharing of personal oral histories, especially from people who have accumulated decades of life experience.
How can we rely on electronic devices to manage every bit of our daily lives when the power grid is increasingly unreliable?
Facebook is driving the train on an ever-lengthening journey away from a shared set of facts.
At the end of the day, it really comes down to delivering on that value. A more accurate term would be to call it a "value promise."
Apple wading in is big news, but I think the Disney-fication of the Streaming Wars is probably the most impactful and influential move to date.
The devolvement of democracy has now hit the Great White North, thanks to Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg is essentially telling us that giving us some baseline of trust in political advertising is not Facebook's job and not their problem. We should know better.
Pornhub says it serves 110 million daily visitors - but it's now the target of lawsuits from women who appeared in videos.
The Top 10 Best Brands represent $5.6 billion dollars in ad spend.
Folks would be up in arms. Yet how come most yawn when you talk about the clear, unmistakable problems of fraud and opacity in digital?