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Anti-Internet Labels Are Ruining Mix Culture & Cloud Music Platforms

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I’ve already written posts bemoaning industries who cling to the past particularly on issues like copyright. But I’ve typically shared examples of other people and brands put in these ridiculous situations that benefit no one.

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December 28, 2013 Author Adam Singer In Web Trends and News
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Religion, The Internet And The Spotlight Effect

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Longtime readers know we don’t shy away from controversial topics or ideas that merit exploration simply because they carry social taboos. With that, we’ve discussed religion in the past because it’s easily one of the best examples of the efficacy of marketing.

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July 28, 2013 Author Adam Singer In Web Trends and News
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AM / FM Radio Is Already Over, And No One Will Miss It

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AM/ FM radio was one of the living artifacts I mentioned in a 2008 post. I stand by the content there, none of those artifacts will survive in a digital society. I was reminded of that story this week when a few people in my network were sharing a post

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July 16, 2013 Author Adam Singer In Web Trends and News
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The Internet Is (Still) Not Hurting Children

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CNN ran an opinion story yesterday with the unfortunate title: Is the Internet hurting children? Of course, this is done to provoke debate: they know what they’re doing.

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May 22, 2012 Author Adam Singer In Web Trends and News
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The Open Web (Still) Isn’t Going Away

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The “web is dead” linkbait discussions are back, spurred in part by recent IPO news but also by various tech pundits (ironically enough, the discussions started at sites on the open web).

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February 6, 2012 Author Adam Singer In Web Trends and News
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If You Like Links, You’ll Hate What Facebook Is Doing To Them

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Sharing a link is one of the simplest and most social actions you can take on the web. It should be consistent across platforms. And Facebook has broken it (at least to leave Facebook) adding unnecessary complexity and poor user experience to an action the rest of the web thrives on.

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December 12, 2011 Author Adam Singer In Web Trends and News
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