Bracing for the Age of Creative Disaffection

This column originally ran in Ad Age. I shortened it considerably before submitting it, and they are much better editors than me, so you can find the polished version there. My rougher, more meandering version is below.  A chief creative officer who I met with several years ago lamented about how much work was farmed […]

10 Years of CES

Attending CES for ten years means traveling a total of 50,000 miles (from New York), navigating about 20 million square feet of exhibit space, mingling with some subset of more than 1.5 million attendees, and creating at least 1,000 slides for recap decks. I also know that one’s status as a rookie or veteran is […]

Why 2016 Won’t be the Year of VR

To close out the year, I started writing a post about what won't happen in 2016. All my favorite subjects centered on virtual reality. The column below originally ran in Ad Age.  Reality Check: 2016 Won't Be the Year of VR 10 Reasons Why Marketers Can't March Blindly Into Virtual Reality If 2015 was the […]