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Oft-ignored problem: Digital laziness

Digital laziness

Passively clicking “like” all day isn’t helping anyone. (Well, except companies.) Continue Reading

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Digital noise: How bad is it, really? [Quantification]

Digital Noise

6,000 tweets per second. 136,000 new Facebook images per minute. How are we cutting through all this clutter? Continue Reading

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The value of protests in the algorithm age

Protests

Those 29 likes on your funny Instagram sign are not “fighting the establishment” just yet. Continue Reading

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Digital monetization is becoming more confusing

Monetization

If a CMO is looking at monetization plays that represent 16 percent of revenue vs. 84 percent of revenue, where do you think their attention might fall? Continue Reading

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Facebook as an echo chamber isn’t breaking news, dipshit

Echo Chamber

This seems to have confused people more than it probably should. Continue Reading

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Quick Happiness Hack: Take Facebook off your phone

Happiness-Hack-Take-Facebook-Off-Your-Phone

Like several people I know, I’ve long had a weird, kinda love-hate relationship with Facebook. To wit? I’ve considered out-and-out quitting it a few times, but … FOMO I honestly think there’s something to the idea that it’s reduced true… Continue Reading

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Is social media making the rat race even worse?

Is social media making the rat race worse?

From Fast Company, on purpose and passion vs. money in terms of how you evaluate jobs: In the age of social media, we’re bombarded by pressure to continually achieve. Facebook is simply an online archive of people’s mini-achievements. Because we’re so… Continue Reading

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Your Facebook profile seems managed, right? Nope. It’s your true self.

1 billion people used Facebook this past Monday, which is essentially 12 percent or so of the Earth. That’s some reach. Personally never been of the belief that “social media” is an actual relationship,  and I think that’s kind of a tipping point… Continue Reading