18 Irreverent Thoughts About the Pork Belly of Digital Content

I remember when I was a young boy in the ’60s and the hippies who lived in that restored school bus out in the meadow started tripping and when they came back to earth, they started this thing called blogging. It was really something. They raised a tie-dyed flag above the bus that read “Blogging […]

Fractional, Actionable — Marketing for the Machine Learning Era

Fractal Jellyfish

The Methodists invented the idea of a circuit-riding minister, as a way to spread a spare resource among disparate congregations. Then a cohort of recently-furloughed CFO’s co-opted the practice and we haven’t looked back. Actually, I think it was the Ancient Israelites who started off the act of the fract, with franchises in Cairo, the […]