Call it #WeirdTwitter or anything you want – it’s a whole different platform as of Tuesday. The social platform heralded for its micro bursts of news and updates just doubled-down on the visual web. Images once attached as pic.twitter.com now show up directly in people’s feeds. There is no more need to click on the […]
That, of course, depends on what you’re measuring, how the things being measured relate to one another in the context of the measurement, and most importantly, why it’s being measured. I find this question particularly challenging in the context of measuring creativity. Creativity is both an art and a science requiring imagination and skill. And, […]
I conducted an interview with Elizabeth Daley, Dean of the School of Cinematic Arts at USC who sits with me on a committee for the World Economic Forum called the Global Agenda Council on the Future of Media. We’ve had some interesting conversations about the world of media, how it’s changing and what we might […]
If you’re on Twitter, or have a client on it, I want you to do something right now. Go to that profile page and read the last five tweets. You just read the five most important tweets of all time. These are the tweets that determine whether or not you get followed. Why? Because unless […]
Cat videos are familiar to anyone who’s spent any time on the Internet – but how many of our feline friends have the confidence and know-how to give us lessons on how to write better? It’s my pleasure to introduce you all to my cat Pappy, who has a lot to say about a few […]
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