Would YOU Willingly Share Data with Third Parties?

As we have discussed several times, people are becoming more reluctant to share their personal data. And the recent and ongoing criticisms of Facebook illustrate this. Thus, where do you stand on this question? Would YOU willingly share data with third parties? To read our post from earlier this month on tracking cookies and privacy, […]

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Self-Publishing Your Own Work

You’re probably a writer. Even if you fail to perceive this. Written a resume? Posted to a blog or other social media? Contributed to a newsletter. Sent a letter to the editor? And the list goes on. A “yes” to any of these questions makes you a writer. Not necessarily a published author. Or one […]

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Will Tracking Cookies Become Obsolete

One question arising among Web experts: Will Tracking Cookies Become Obsolete? First, let us define the term. According to PC Magazine: “A tracking cookie involves data stored in the user’s computer by a Web site being visited. ‘Third-party’ advertisers place these cookies there to monitor the user’s Web surfing habits. And many people consider them […]

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Wherefore Art TV Advertising

Wherefore art TV advertising is a play on Shakespeare. But the stakes couldn’t be higher for TV firms at any point along the supply chain. Viewing shifts — with the related advertising shifts — are playing havoc with both traditional and cable TV audiences. Yes, the Super Bowl remains an ad powerhouse. But, social media […]

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