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Social Media Impact

Today, I came across two articles that are both about the impact of social media. Well, one I had already heard about some time ago, but the write-up about “How Social Media Wound Up Costing $80,000” underscored what can happen … Continue reading
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Are Institutions Responsible for the Indoctrination of the Young Supposed to Prevent Freedom and Independence?

Students became much freer, more open, they were pressing for opposition to the war, for civil rights, women’s rights … and the country just got too free. In fact, liberal intellectuals condemned this, called it a “crisis of democracy:”  we’ve … Continue reading
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Information is welcome, advertising is offensive

Dave Winer, on the concept of simple, direct, quick and easy solutions.
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Is Google Right or Wrong?

Online advertising will never replace what was lost.
Oh, come on, Jay: Forget about the price tag!
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Nearly everyone gets paid from fraud — but fraud hurts the ecosystem in a massive way

On the heels of “What Most People Don’t Know About Social Media” and “Number 9, Revisited“, John Battelle writes: There’s only so much time in the day, and only so many pages where actual human beings are really paying attention, … Continue reading
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3 Grades of the Shame in moving towards the Wisdom of the Language

As I noted earlier this week, Shel Holtz and Neville Hobson had a lengthy discussion about “brand journalism” and “brand sponsored content” during a recent episode of the For Immediate Release podcast (FIR #678). Shel and Neville discussed some issues … Continue reading
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From Newspapers to Pay Per Info

Shel Holtz and Neville Hobson have, in their For Immediate Release podcast episode #678, revisited topics related to brand journalism, advertorials and infomercials. These topics are indeed very important to consider in the current media landscape, and echo things I … Continue reading
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Adam Kleinberg on Coke :)

Adam Kleinberg has a very well-written post about Coca-Cola — “Is Coke it?” Well, I think the “it” you should definitely pay attention to is Adam’s post: It is not only well-written but also wonderfully succinct (you will not be … Continue reading Continue reading

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Why do most people feel their own opinions are worthless?

I have found that many people are willing to post their own opinions if — and only if: They can do so without paying a penny; They can do so without needing to learn how to spell or write coherent … Continue reading Continue reading

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Which is more complex: The IRS Federal Income Tax Code or the Google Algorithm?

I would say the Google Algorithm, because — unlike the IRS Federal Income Tax Code — the Google Algorithm is top secret. I would say it’s easier for a camel to step through the eye of a needle than for … Continue reading Continue reading

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