On Monday, "The New York Times" ran something of a rant in the business section about the impact of social media on quality journalism, saying in part: "[a]s more readers move toward online social
networks, and as publishers desperately seek scale to...
It seems a staple of most trade magazines to run an annual story featuring 20 Under 20, or 30 Under 30, or 40 Under 40 -- purportedly identifying the best people in their jobs, in that industry, who
are under the featured age limit.
Umair Haque, the director of the Havas Media Lab, has written (in a personal blog apparently not related to Havas) a provocative argument against the sharing economy, which he calls the Servitude
I am not a big hockey fan, but I always watch the Stanley Cup finals, because it is simply the best sporting event on TV (with the exception of all college football games -- oh, and maybe March
Serving "the right ad, to the right person, at the right time" has become the industry mantra for the 21st century, with the underlying assumption being that if you do that, people will buy your