The New York Times ran an important story on gender bias in the ad industry. The timing was interesting for me. I was sharing an UberPool with someone en route to iMedia’s Agency Summit yesterday, and the topic came up with the other passenger. She’s an aspiring fashion designer who was in town for a […]
originally published in MediaPost's Social Media Insider “Now the Lord God had planted a garden in the east, in Eden; and there he put the man he had formed… In the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil… And the LORD God commanded […]
In February, I traveled through South Africa and Tanzania, taking part in a few safaris while exploring Cape Town and unwinding in Zanzibar. Along the way I also spent a night in Nairobi, Kenya and got a brief tour of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. To prepare for the trip and expand my horizons while away, […]
Originally published in MediaPost's Social Media Insider It's one of the most critical, controversial issues of our time. It's been the subject of more columns than MySpace. Even the Talmud, the great repository of Jewish debate and wisdom, is at a loss to comment on it. Yes, in what's undoubtedly the greatest miracle since […]
Here’s coverage of the 140 Conference today in NYC David Saranga (@DavidSaranga) – Consul for Media and Public Affairs at the Israeli Consulate in New York The use of Twitter in Public Diplomacy When people see Israel, they think of a kid in front of a tank. The media concentrates on that – "I can […]
Through Wordle, I created this tag cloud from President Obama's address last night, with the colors reflecting our all-American pride. Click to expand it. The text is courtesy of Whitehouse.gov.