Google Sets Limits on Addiction Treatment Ads, Citing Safety As drug addiction soars in the United States, a booming business of rehab centers has sprung up to treat the problem. And when drug addicts and their families search for help, … Continue reading Googling drug rehab
The sharing economy is failing for one simple reason – people can’t be trusted Earlier this month an article in the South China Morning Post underscored just how bizarre the world of business has become. A Chinese startup offering to … Continue reading Do not trust big corporations
Twitter’s moderation problem and liberalism’s problem are one and the same Like all great op-eds, this one starts with a direct-to-video children’s film. That would be “The Land Before Time III,” released in 1995 and the third entry in the … Continue reading Is Twitter hegemonic?
Does Google Know Your True Self? Have you ever Googled a question you would never ask your best friend? Are there searches you would never admit to making? If so, it seems you’re in good company. In his recent book, … Continue reading The truth about you
The psychology of passwords: ‘You won’t change until you’ve been hacked’ You know you should; you know you must! But for some reason you just don’t ever seem to get around to changing your passwords. You could simply start using … Continue reading Wilful blindness
How Online Shopping Makes Suckers of Us All As christmas approached in 2015, the price of pumpkin-pie spice went wild. It didn’t soar, as an economics textbook might suggest. Nor did it crash. It just started vibrating between two quantum … Continue reading The madness of doubt
Utilizing AI for Personalization of Websites & Digital Experiences In the innovation race today, brands are looking to incorporate new technologies – artificial intelligence, user interfaces, big data analysis and advanced merchandising – to create personalized web experiences for their … Continue reading Can a site capture attention?