We need to recognize that the current "sharing" economy of Internet commerce is rapidly eroding our ability to portray our character, value, and lives within a context where we have sovereignty over how we're broadcast to the world.
Sometimes the Internet really sucks. Sometimes you need to unplug. Thankfully, I was given an unintentional respite from it for a few weeks.
Realtime is a new category of advertising, built on the realtime sharing revolution that's taken over our lives, from the early days of MySpace and Flickr, to Facebook and Twitter today.
Why hasn't the president appointed a cyber czar to monitor and secure the electronic highway from attack? His staff said he is looking for just the right person, and that takes time.