Scott Monty

Scott Monty
 

Facebook Needs Humans Facebook Needs Humans

[ Note: I typically post the transcript to my podcast episodes two weeks following the airing of the shows, but this was so topical, I bu...

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Do You Do Any Work? Do You Do Any Work?

If you're online, you've probably come across your fair share of social media "gurus." You know them — the self-profess...

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Were Those the Modern or Ancient Olympics? Were Those the Modern or Ancient Olympics?

It's always amusing when some well-intentioned bureaucrat tries to bend the will of the Internet to their own way. The latest example...

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Making Executives More Digitally Savvy Making Executives More Digitally Savvy

Is your CEO social? I don’t mean do they interact with you or others in a communal way, or engage in elbow-rubbing over cocktails. I mean...

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Put Down the Camera for a Minute Put Down the Camera for a Minute

They say seeing is believing. And the number of photos and videos that are shared each day across the multiple social networks number in ...

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An Update on The Full Monty An Update on The Full Monty

If you're looking for the latest issue of The Full Monty newsletter, we've moved it to a new location. It is now housed at full...

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When Do Ethics Trump a Superior User Experience? When Do Ethics Trump a Superior User Experience?

Uber is the poster-child for the collaborative economy. A unicorn many times over, it is purportedly worth $65 billion. It achieved this ...

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Pay Attention Pay Attention

There were a couple of hiccups that initially were minor speed bumps in the viral rise of Pokémon GO. As you know, the app seriously took...

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Sharing Without Reading Sharing Without Reading

How often do you share links online? Probably every day. And multiple times a day, at that. But of the content you share, do you actuall...

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Live Video: What's Old Is New Again Live Video: What's Old Is New Again

There were a number of stories in our June 27 newsletter that all revolved around video. After several years of moving money out of TV...

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