Episode 318 - August 7, 2020
- Citing Content Creators
- Microsoft's Interest In TikTok
- YouTube Filter Bubbles
- WordPress Auto-Updates
- Roger Federer's Rooftop Tennis Appearance
- Google's Messy Middle Customer Journey
- Ad Agency's Diversity Disclosures
- Google News In Context
- Zoombombers Hack Twitter Hack Trial
- Disastrous Branding Mistranslation
- Trump's "Clean" Interent
- Valuable B2B Salesperson Traits
Roger Federer’s Beautiful Rooftop Game
Pasta Brand Barilla arranged a once-in-a-lifetime surprise match with Roger Federer for two young Italian girls who rooftop tennis video went viral.
The Messy Middle
The way people make decisions is messy — and it’s only getting messier. Still, there are a few things we know about purchase behavior. We know that what happens between trigger and purchase decision-making is not linear.
Retail Drive-In Theaters
Walmart will have drive-in movies in 160 of its parking lots from Aug 21 to Oct 21, with family-friendly films curated by Tribeca Film Featival.
Disclosing Diversity Data
In the wake of George Floyd's killing and nationwide protests that followed, 32 Minnesota ad agencies have promised to disclose their racial employment data and hire more people of color in the hopes of having a staff that more closely reflects society's diversity.
Google News In Context
Google appears to be experimenting with a new “for context” feature in Google News that links to a second, broader story on the same topic.
The judge in the court hearing of the Florida teen accused of masterminding the recent Twitter hack neglected to set a password or lock the Zoom meeting, which was taken over by a PornHub video and a bunch of screamers.
Trump's "Clean" Internet
Moments Of Joy
Donald Trump Is The Dumbest Man in America
Brilliant edit of the Jonathan Swan/AXIOS interview that shows trump interviewing himself with his little 3rd grade charts that he can’t read.