Climate change has gone from being an inconvenient truth to something we're determined to ignore, even if it kills us.
Social media is an addictive drug, and the platforms that peddle them are drug dealers, says Uri Hasson, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Princeton.
For instance, before sending a tweet, ask ourselves "Who is this for? Does it need more context? What am I trying to achieve?"
For one, consider the revenue reversals at digital ad behemoths like Meta.
The death of third-party cookies is not the death of online ads or targeting. You are still left with first-party data.
I was born in 1961. I always thought that technically made me a baby boomer. But I recently discovered that I am, in fact, part of Generation Jones.
I hope the examples I cite here are merely proof of stressed-out marketing pros, and not the beginning of the end of marketing -- and Western Civilization -- as we know it.
Netflix is already talking about following a more conventional model where new episodes come out weekly, growing viewer anticipation.
But first it will have to weather a winter so the real companies with real revenue and true differentiation can establish clear customer engagement and loyalty.
A recent study shows that the algorithms behind search are built on top of the biases endemic in our society.