Information is not static, or passive. It is practically a living thing, and will become increasingly so as technology advances.
Attention and time are our most precious commodities. Instinctive drives within us cause us to spend them irresponsibly.
We are rewiring our brains to use images as language. Through technology, we are extending the alphabet – in practice, and in our minds.
Social networks and online advertising enable micro-propaganda to be effective. There is no need for mass broadcasting when just a few hold the levers of power.
Punditry is outdated. We have all the tools necessary to see the future, but we’re leaving them idle. Prediction markets should be legalized.
Fortunes will be made and lost with cryptocurrency. We’re in an age of digital tulips; who will be left holding the bag?
Is all publicity good publicity? Memetics can give us some answers.
Self-help is a genre that’s been around for ages. Yet people still ignore the advice and repeat the same mistakes. Why can’t self-help break through?
The language of the future won’t be one we understand. We’re building communications structures beyond our comprehension, and soon the very language used will be, too.
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