Facebook is not the problem: fix stupid

By Tony Bove (Listening to: Think For Yourself by the Beatles) The recent uproar over the abuse of Facebook in politics is misdirected. While the company needs to fix its problems with third parties like Cambridge Analytica and other bad … Continue reading

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A Musical Novel Experiment

“The greatest part of a writer’s time is spent in reading, in order to write; a man will turn over half a library to make one book.” — Samuel Johnson My first novel, The Experiment, is now published. It represents a lifetime of … Continue reading

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Apple and Adobe: What Would Mr. Natural Say?

Anacharsis, one of Greek mythology’s Seven Wise Men, warned people that the market is “the place set apart where men may deceive each other.” I would add the hyperbole, as in the statements of the press and bloggers, is a chief weapon for deception.

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OnHollywood: The Weird Turn Pro

At the OnHollywood conference, Arianna Huffington and Carson Daly were the most visible representatives of the professional media that has taken the plunge into blogging and video channeling; but the true stars are the geeks and weirdos that have turned professional.

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