This is a great piece by VICELAND focusing on the usage of memes to influence the outcome of the last election. Enjoy!
This is a fascinating video about how quickly we subconsciously judge people based on their looks. This is most likely an evolutionary development and it means that you can’t trust your gut. Your brain does this to reduce cognitive load by classifying someone one way or the other but the implications are numerous. Hiring – Hiring is always a crap shoot and in fact, I’m always...
Aside from Russia Facebook was the Trump campaign’s best weapon.:) No matter what your political affiliation, you have to admit that Brad Parscale is the micro-targeting/multivariate master! Enjoy.
My kids and I have been going to Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado Springs for the past 4 years and I discovered this race when I “bumped into” rallying videos on YouTube. (Rallying is a deep, passionate niche with most fans in Europe.) The race features a diverse array of cars, motorcycles, trucks and quads that race up the mountain at speeds of over 140 miles per hour...
This is an interesting take on how Facebook is changing the Internet, politics and news from the New York Times. Enjoy!
This is an interesting video that discusses how CGI changed animated story telling. After watching this, I’m curious more than ever to see what the impact of VR will be on story telling. Enjoy!
I haven’t listened to Moby in many many years and just saw this on Youtube. It’s an amazing commentary on our mobile-first life. From dating to cyber-bullying, it’s covered. Enjoy!
I have downloaded Replika and started to answer some initial questions. I’ll add any updates as they come up. I’m curious to see what this is like. If you’ve seen the movie Her, which you should, this will seem like a very real step in that direction. This video is 10+ minutes long and it’s worth it. Enjoy!