Essays on life, the universe, and everything.
Can Apple buy Hollywood? Yes. Should it? That's a whole other question.
Our upcoming 7th Annual Media Technology Summit is a conference I would personally like to attend, and I think you will like it too.
This is the story of how my son attended a very important family gathering (from 8,047 miles away) using his iPhone as a 3G hotspot, his MacBook Air and a remarkable device called the BeamPro from Suitable Technologies.
The iPhone 6's 'Bend-Gate' is very reminiscent of the iPhone 4's issues with dropped calls. In both cases? Apple says it's not its fault.
Since Dun & Bradstreet has been in business for over 100 years, it must have excellent data... right?! Wrong.
The most impressive thing about Apple's iPhone 6 launch event was not the hardware or software.
Information is not knowledge. Data must be wrangled and put in context to make it actionable.
Buzzwords, biz speak and hipster droppings that should be banned from every business meeting.
One of the best ways to have a successful conversation about programmatic and its associated technologies is to have a set of common terms that everyone understands and agrees upon.
I am an advocate of strong passwords — inconvenient, long, strong passwords. 7-1d7w!Ka was my Yahoo! password until a few hours ago. Can you guess the phrase I based it on?