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Author: Phil Osgood

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Has online advertising made us apathetic to privacy?

It’s a recent development, this rash of digital advancements resulting in America’s new high-tech society has really only boomed over the last twenty years.  

Products that wowed developers in the 1980s now fit firmly into your front pocket.  

So what does a connected life cost these days? Your privacy, for starters.

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What will TV look like in 2031?

The year is 2031. Flying cars have just hit the open market, the New York Mets are on the verge of winning their first World Series in forty-five years, and television as we know it has ceased to exist.  

Let’s first imagine that a super smart group of MIT engineers solved all the technical troubles we’d encounter in switching from a broadcast to a unicast model.

The public’s consumption habits now overwhelmingly favor an on-demand format, and each household is equipped with a SmarTV capable of streaming content instantaneously from anywhere on the web.

Traditional channels have fallen in the face of more agile competition from platforms like Netflix and Hulu, or they’ve adapted to HBO Go-esque versions of their former selves.

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The importance of a good headline

Ever wonder why certain news stories dominate the airwaves while other, "more important" issues, go unnoticed? The medium of communication – be it a TV show, radio program, print publication or digital outlet – attempts to reflect trends based on interest, and provide its audience with the subject matter they want most.

Because the bigger the audience, the more relevance it holds amongst consumers of current news, the more profitable the outlet.  But the speed at which this game is played has changed significantly in the past 10 years. It’s faster. Much faster. Like Usain Bolt racing a snail faster.

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