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Are online reviews worth trusting? Before providing thoughts on the answer, here is another question. When is the last time you wrote an online review? According to research cited in this New York Times article, only 1.5% of the …
We now live in a world of online reviews. A negative review can be harsh and cause a business to greatly suffer. But what is the standard for writing a negative review beyond someone’s opinion. Everyone doesn’t necessarily have the …
A monkey looks into the lens of an unattended camera, shoots a selfie and starts a legal battle. At the heart of it is whether non-humans have ownership rights to a creative product. The lawsuit between the camera’s owner and …
The New York Times describes the future of consumer television. Calling it “messy and confusing”, it claims that future is here and it’s not pretty. The hoped for unbundled television watching desired by consumers has become an expensive and time …
It is more than an interesting question. News publishers are quite worried that they do and have banned together with the intent to ask “Congress for an antitrust exemption to let news organizations collectively bargain, like a union would, with …
There are many interesting facts provided by Pew Research Center in their “State of the News Media” report. Today, we look at their “Newspaper Fact Sheet”. It clearly provides evidence for the continuing, sad, rapid decline of daily newspapers’ …
The New York Times reports on the continuing decline in top newspapers across the country. Mentioned in the story are The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times – and yes – the New York …
The New York Times examines this small minority of tech savvy individuals who have chosen not to participate in social media. Though this is unlikely a social media trend, it is interesting nonetheless to understand their reasons. Some are concerned …