So Saturday was World Book Night. It was actually an all day thing for most of us, and really started Friday night at Trafalgar Square. This was a big deal—giving a million […]
The University of Colorado recently announced that it “will be phasing out its hodgepodge of logos, replacing them with a standard CU symbol.” University spokesman Ken McConnellogue says that “It’s important for […]
by Joe Brewer One of the greatest threats to democracy in the 21st Century is the profound ability for marketing to influence human behavior. How can we claim that politicians are elected […]
A Gallup poll released in August indicated that the advertising and PR industries aren’t viewed very favorably by the American public. One-third of respondents voiced a positive view of the advertising/pr industry […]
Cadogan Hall was an inspired venue for this evening’s Intelligence2 dialog between Cory Doctorow and William Gibson, given the themes of Gibson’s last three novels (including the most recent, Zero History, which […]
This is the future – people, translated as data. – Bryce, Network 23 The future has always interested me, even when it scares me to death. I wrote a doctoral dissertation that […]
Dr. Laura: don’t retreat…reload! Steps aside bc her 1st Amend.rights ceased 2exist thx 2activists trying 2silence ‘isn’t American, not fair. This is a political communication from a woman whom her supporters wish […]
The eye of the Tiger: does Woods have to choose between being a great golfer and a good human being?
Tiger Woods wrapped up the 2010 Open Championship at St. Andrews tied for 23rd and 13 strokes off the pace, “his worst finish at a major in which he completed 72 holes […]
“Freedom of any kind is the worst for creativity.” Who said it?
You remember this tableau, don’t you? It’s Monday, March 10, 2008, and the governor of New York state is standing in front of reporters and beside his stoic wife. In a CNN.com […]