CONNECTING THE DOTS: WHO’S RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR GLOBAL FIRES

There is a slight but crucial difference between guilt and responsibility. While the former leaves us helpless and victimized, the latter propels us to action. Guilt is a negative feeling

THE BOUNDARIES OF INFLUENCE

It is undeniable that new technologies and social media offer great marketing opportunities. Television, newspapers and traditional media in general are on the decline – and have been for a

ENTERTAINMENT CONSUMERS ’19: ACTIVE, PASSIVE OR BOTH?

There are so many things going on in today’s media and entertainment landscape that sometimes it is hard to keep up. These past few weeks, however, have been something else

FAKE NEWS & THE PRAISE OF DESKTOP ACTIVISM

Don’t blame it on technology: if our world today is in such an ill-informed state, it is not due to mysterious inhuman forces. It can all be traced back to

THE 21st CENTURY CENSORSHIP IS ‘AD HOMINEM’

The topic we are about to approach is hard not only because of its bluntness, but because it poses more questions than answers. Actually, there will be no answers here.

FAKE IS THE NEW BLACK

Traditionally speaking, marketing has never been about ‘being truthful’. Now, marketing in 2019…that is the epitome of forgery. New technological means produce new ways of doing things, and advertising is

DOWN MEMORY HOLE: FAKE NEWS & THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

Orwell’s 1984 is one of the greatest books ever written. Dystopian literature at its best. What is also great about this piece of fiction is that it is not just

BREAK THE BLUE CODE, BECOME A WHITE OUTCAST

The night of April 29, 2017, a Jordan Edwards was shot by the police. He was African American. He was fifteen years old. This could have been one of many

YouTube: No Longer The Coolest Kid in Town?

YouTube may still hold the numbers, but it’s also going through an identity crisis.  The current situation is endangering the quality of the content with which YouTube has been amusing