Yes, we need more women in Davos. But the bigger picture in gender equality is that we need more women in every facet of public leadership, from corporate boardrooms to the halls of parliament to the airwaves of mass media.
Having had many phenomenal CIO and CMO guests on our CXOTalk show, it was an absolute delight to welcome our first Chief Digital Officer (CDO) guest, ...
Over the past few days I've met a ton, literally, of innovative men and women at the National Association of Television Producers and Executives (NATPE) conference who are creating incredible ways to create, produce and deliver great content to you wherever you are.
Fear not, "Twibel" lawsuits are not an infringement of free speech per se, but rather the transferal of standards from more traditional media to Twitter and Love's libel case is the natural next frontier in the ongoing battle over free speech.
The recent explosion in football writing appears to have been fueled in no small part by the acceleration in use and availability of social media, both as a platform for debate and as a means of dissemination.
How often do I need to know what someone's fleeting, mindless, thought is? Do I really need to see what you're about to devour for dinner, or even breakfast? Isn't it a bit early in the day?
Showmanship and pretense seem to win over depth and quality of content in today's frenzied social media era. Legislators the world over that I talk to, tell me the same thing -- social media is powerful but can also encourage and reward a shallow posturing culture in society.
Talk to our girls about the dangers associated with excessive dietary restraint and exercising. Encourage them to develop passions that are unrelated to losing weight.
Guarding the innermost secrets of our data lives, both laudable and necessary, is one thing. The whole brouhaha over maintaining the chimera of our privacy, is another, and is as pointless and ludicrous and building a sand castle to protect us against a tidal wave.
It was a privilege and an honor for me to have the opportunity to interview John Hagel, who brings 30 years of experience of working at the intersecti...
Blaming Twitter for misinformation is easy, but ignores the social and political context. How can we understand such large volumes of data that move so quickly?
In the hands of some, snark can be executed smartly and entertainingly, but it must be in manageable doses. But as it becomes an increasingly dominant mode of modern communication, especially online, it becomes poisonous.
We spend all day on social media: checking our Facebook, scrolling through our Twitter feeds, taking ridiculous-ass selfies on Instagram, sharing sappy inspirational videos. So why, when it comes to racism on social channels, does social media become "just social media"?
Hip Hop music is constantly the subject of much scrutiny. An entire genre of music is vilified for having empty lyrics about materialism, misogyny and...
Irritated by the extreme overshare and monopolization on my feed, I tweeted him the picture. When I didn't get an answer, I hit unfollow for the first time. I didn't last very long.