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Cut the Cable

Cable, TV, Hollywood, media distributors, publishers, and related parties are having continuous discussions about the future of streaming video. I call them the Protectorate. Their goal is to protect their turf, not to give consumers what they want. If we

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Olympic Advertising

It was a privilege to be able to be at the opening ceremony In Atlanta (1996), Nagano (1998), and Sydney (2000). The ceremonies get more extravagant each year and you have to wonder how they are going to top it

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Continuity of Thought

The most irritating form of privacy intrusion is the increasing trend in video advertising. As print advertising declines, the Internet is awash in advertising. Publishers must receive income to cover the cost of quality journalism and creative productions. The question is how the income

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e-philanthropy

e-philanthropy: written October 5, 1999 edited January 17, 2010 and June 21, 2016 I think we are all aware of how well the stock market has recovered in recent years. The unprecedented growth has resulted in prosperity for many people beyond

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Media Update

At the end of September I launched a media campaign to spread the word about Health Attitude. My goal is to increase understanding of the American healthcare system: what is working and what isn’t, and what can be done to make it

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