AdAge makes an understandable mistake in ANA pulls an ad that mistakenly landed on Breitbart via programmatic buy, by E.J. Schultz. Because the ad in question was placed by there by design. The
Cuba's paquete is mostly known as a treasure trove of content from around the world. But it's home to an emerging commercial and social network emblematic of the island's problem-solving culture.
American males enter adulthood through a peculiar rite of passage - they spend most of their savings on a shiny piece of rock.
Understanding Trump By George Lakoff There is a lot being written and spoken about Trump by intelligent and articulate commentators whose insights I respect. But as a longtime researcher in cognitive science and linguistics, I bring a perspective from these sciences to an understanding of the Trump phenomenon. This perspective is hardly unknown. More than
Word of mouth, sponsored. Trusted recommendations, promoted. Reviews from friends, endorsed. This is the new lexicon of advertising. As the world learns to ignore traditional advertising online, tech giants have found a way to grab people's attention: using your name, face, and words. Are we okay w
Advertising is going 'native', creeping in to places formerly reserved for editorial content. In the final piece in our series, we look at the lack of regulation around such "embedded" content. UK media
It knows how to talk about tools but is barely capable of talking about social, political, and economic systems that these tools enable...
The gifs from this video just go to show how much creative license someone skilled at Photoshop can take with the image of a woman. Honestly, it doesn't really seem to matter what the model looks like to begin with. She could have been a scribble of a stick figure on the back of a CVS receipt, and we would have ended up with the same image of a doe-eyed, long-legged, perfectly toned woman.
Conclusion from a survey of gun magazines:195130 Everybody's white.195130
Plain packaging on tobacco products is associated with lower smoking appeal, greater support for the policy and a higher
I had always been obsessed with cars. To me, cars represented freedom, engineering excellence, modernity, technological brilliance, speed, fun and excitement. I still love cars but not like I used to
Evgeny Morozov reviews Finn Brunton's "Spam: A Shadow History of the Internet.
Stories that connect us and sometimes even change the world.
The U.S. newspaper industry has lost more than $40 billion in ad revenue in the past decade -- over half of that in the last four years alone -- and Google's ad
We've been at the same point many times before. The industry has repeatedly promised a "mobile advertising tipping point," yet despite the proliferation in smartphones, new advertising formats and new promises, mobile advertising is yet to come of age.
The rapid graying of the newspaper audience has huge and unpleasant implications for publishers, as discussed in a moment. First, the data:
If you're on the wrong side of the class divide, recent advances in retail tech will make for depressing reading. For example, some years ago Britain's class system was automated. Now, as you shop, machines can discriminate against you far more efficiently.
You're looking at the premium package, right?" Companies today are increasingly tying people's real-life identities to their online browsing habits.
Mobile advertising network Mojiva has raised another $7 million in funding from current investors in the company, part of a larger raise the company is in the process of closing to hire more people, build more data layers into its network, and expand its new tablet advertising network. The amount w