After years of misinformation, security breaches, abhorrent labor practices and election meddling, politicians have decided it’s finally time to regulate the major tech companies.
It’s almost impossible to think that, as recently as a decade ago, large technology companies were considered agents for democracy that would usher in an era…
“Wow! Where did you get that?” he asked, pointing to my shirt, a white tee with their album cover emblazoned on the front.
“I.. I uh.. I made it myself,” I responded.
I was just a shy, long-haired, 14-year-old kid, backstage with Boghandle — Denmark’s coolest grunge band.
As I’ve written before, change is not accelerating.
Yes, the world is changing. But the change is not accelerating.
In modern history, the most accurate graph to illustrate societal change consists of continuous or overlapping S-curves.
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What will the future of business be like? One way of finding out is arguably to focus on future challenges in society at large.
In 2017, Geoffrey Jones, professor in Business History at Harvard Business School, published Profits and Sustainability. …
But do companies need to be companies?
As odd as this question might sound, there’s actually…
In this day and age of Trump, tech and anti-trust, it’s easy to forget the quiet Internet miracle that is Wikipedia.
I will argue that Wikipedia — the no. 5 most visited website in the world — is the best thing on the Internet. …
Some of us are old enough to remember the halcyon days of social media, when we genuinely believed it would be a force for good in the world.
Some background first. I’ve been working with digital strategy and communication for more than 10 years. Among other things, I was the person behind Maersk’s success story on social media back in 2011–13.
I have always believed — and have been quoted saying — that you should not use social…
“I was pretty much afraid of everything. Afraid of the world, afraid of speaking — a really, really shy kid. And music was a way to speak. As simple as that.”