“Nobody wants to live in Dogpatch.” The city of Tulsa is offering an interesting new program it hopes will attract “digital nomads” and other members of the creative class.
Let’s have a little heart on the sleeve moment here. You know what’s more important to me than whether or not I agree or disagree with anyone about anything? Or antagonizing or […]
CTV is a giant leap ahead as we search for better ways of doing things that are bad for us. I’m doing a little project on Connected TV. CTV – aka Smart TV – is […]
Journalism should serve the public, he argued, no one else. Ben Bagdikian, one of the nation’s foremost media critics, died in 2016 at age 96. He left behind warnings about concentration in […]
Journo pros and profs, your feedback would be valuable There, is that disclaimer enough, right in the title? I’ve been following IVN on Facebook since I became aware of them shortly after […]
Wanted: copy desk editor. No experience required. By now you’ve probably seen the story. An off-duty FBI agent was dancing – and I use that term in its loosest possible sense – […]
If you don’t like what it means today, do something about it. In the early 1950s, I stumbled and bumbled my way through elementary school. The Cold War had begun, and we […]
A 2011 consent decree with the FTC might be an existential threat to Facebook, which doesn’t give a damn about protecting personal data but cares a lot about money.
See a friend creating or otherwise in need of a signal boost? Give it! I have a great idea. No, really. I know it’s me, but this is great. I don’t pat […]
Deleting Facebook is a great idea in theory, but there are practical problems to be considered. Lately we’ve been hearing a lot of chatter on the #deleteFacebook front. Elon Musk deleted his companies’ […]