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Some Netflix customers are getting a message on their screens, prompting them to sign up for their own account if they aren’t watching with the subscriber. This raises the question, "Why buy the cow when you can stream it with your friend's password for free?" Continue Reading →
On average, minting a new NFT takes about 130 kWh of electricity. That's about $27 worth of electricity here in NYC. Selling your NFT will use about 340 kWh of juice, which is about $71 per transaction, which is enough electricity to power your whole house for about two weeks or run your refrigerator for a year. Continue Reading →

Net Neutrality in 3 minutes

Hierarchy of Needs Revised
Net Neutrality is a nickname for a set of rules designed to govern your access to the Internet. In the next three minutes I'm going to prove to you why Net Neutrality is important and give you enough facts to argue your own case for or against it. Continue Reading →
How do you turn a small marketing budget into an awareness powerhouse? Reddit's five-second regional ad during the Super Bowl did that and more. You may not have seen it (it only ran in nine of the top 10 markets), but it was genius. Continue Reading →

How Valuable Is This?

This is the 9,109th issue of my daily newsletter and we're just about a month shy of its 25th anniversary. The fact that you are reading this means the world to me. My question is, is it valuable to you? Continue Reading →
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
I've had my Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra for a couple of weeks now, and I can tell you without hesitation that "Ultra" is a fitting name for this smartphone. While the S21 line follows the recent industry trend of making affordable flagship phones, the S21 Ultra isn't for people looking for a bargain. It is the very definition of a premium experience and it is priced to match. If you are looking for the very best Android phone available today, look no further. Here's why. Continue Reading →

Human/Machine Partnerships

Humans that fuse with machines will become telekinetics. They will be able to be in two places at once. They will be able to “feel” physical objects that are half a world away. They will have thousands of times the strength of purely organic humans. They will not be limited to one physical manifestation of their existence. They will have powers usually reserved for mythological superheroes – what will they do with them? Continue Reading →

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