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Best Of 2017 #2: The Future Is The Place To Be
7 Dec 2017 at 12:01am
The great thing about the future is that it can't be fact-checked. In our second "Best of 2017" post, we take a look at why the future is so popular among the keynote speaking set. When I'm shooting my mouth off at some conference the question I g...
Best of 2017: Social Media Agency Of The Year For Not Doing Social Media
6 Dec 2017 at 12:01am
Since it's December and I'm a lazy-ass bastard, it's a good time to re-publish a series of "best ofs." One of these years I'm going to do a "worst of" but I'm afraid it would go on for months. Anyhow, here's the first of this year's "best ofs" fro...
You Are Not In Charge. Get Used To It.
29 Nov 2017 at 11:23am
The New York Times,  November 29, 2017..."The five most valuable American companies ? Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft ? control much of the online infrastructure, from app stores to operating systems to cloud storage to nearly all of...
Steve Jobs: When Geniuses Are Wrong
6 Nov 2017 at 7:14am
In this clip, from over 35 years ago, a young, dumb Steve Jobs debates an older, wiser David Burnham, writer for The New York Times (and breaker of the "Serpico" scandal) about the potential dangers of computer spying.This clip took place long bef...
The Big Lie Of Transparency
31 Oct 2017 at 12:01am
Dear Online Advertising Industry,I have noticed recently that you have become very passionate about transparency. Mark Zuckerberg, you have said you want to bring Facebook to an "even higher standard of transparency." Google, you have issued a "Tr...

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