I took this photo at 11:30 in the morning on February 2, the first day that the much-hyped Apple Vision Pro headset was available for sale in USA Apple stores. My local store in the tech company heavy Boston suburbs was expecting substantial crowds that didn’t materialize.
Korean culture is hot around the world. K-pop stars like BTS, Blackpink, and Stray Kids are at the top of the charts and sell out arena shows around the world. Squid Game reached number one on Netflix in 94 countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom. The g...
Apparently, the Baseball World Series begins tomorrow. I had to go to the Web to learn which teams are playing this year – it’s the Diamondbacks vs. the Rangers. But wait… Rangers? I thought they were New York’s Hockey team.
Marketers have many choices about how we interact with existing and potential customers. We can be selfish, doing things for short-term revenue hits that annoy our best customers. Or we can build fans by focusing on what’s best for long-term loyalty.
The 2024 US Presidential election will be significantly influenced by artificial intelligence. We are likely to see both legitimate and deliberately faked content plus manipulation on social networks, especially Facebook.
Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, Apple Watch. And now Apple Vision Pro, “a revolutionary spatial computer that seamlessly blends digital content with the physical world, while allowing users to stay present and connected to others.”
Have you been following the introduction of Max, the rebrand of HBO Max? It’s crazy! Parent company Warner Bros. Discovery took a decades old brand, HBO, a pioneer in the world of delivering video content, and stripped away the brand equity.
Now that Elon Musk owns Twitter, there is a great deal of discussion about “free speech” on both social media and mainstream media. The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states, in relevant part, that: “Congress shall make no law...abridging freedom of speech.”