This is not a one-off disaster. It is one of the many, many warning signs, getting louder and more insistent by the day.
You might say advertising technology won the 2016 election, and here we are in 2020, with the stakes higher than ever.
When the world seems increasingly bizarre and unpredictable, we look for things we can still control, like the contents of our sock drawer.
2020 will be the year local and national weather coverage will start to connect the dots, telling viewers that extreme weather is the result of climate change.
Perhaps controversially, social media is on my list of time- and money-wasters.
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?
What would Christmas (or your seasonal celebration of choice) be like if the Internet had never happened?
It's easy to assume that Uber and Lyft did in the shared airport ride service, and you'd be correct -- up to a point.
Moral and social obligations exist year-round, and we should not be elevating them just to warm our hearts on a cold winter's night.
The past 24 hours brought some significant news -- not all happy, unfortunately -- to the advertising-technology world.