Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Next Big Thing Is Coming … Serendipitously

No one could say for certain how our culture would change when MIT professor Tim Berners-Lee turned the Internet into the more accessible World Wide Web, or when University of Illinois student Marc Andreessen developed Mosaic, the first widely used … Continue reading

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Who Wants to Know?

What is a media outlet? Who is a journalist? Whose questions should you answer, and whose can and should you ignore? The answers used to be easy, the lines solid and distinct. Not anymore. The days when you needed a … Continue reading

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Where Have I Seen This Before?

The New York Times has an excellent team blog called “You’re the Boss,” which targets small-business owners. A recent post called “Why is so much marketing the same?” took on one of the biggest failings in modern marketing. Blogger MP … Continue reading

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