Negative political ads work. A majority of Americans form political opinions from ads in their entertainment programming. 51% of the adult population of the United States is barely functionally literate. … Continue reading →
Gasoline prices are up. These ‘mysterious’ spikes every few months are palmed off on Libya or Iran, but they trace back to the Koch Brothers “contango” strategy. With an economy … Continue reading →
We are honoring the blackout of content on the Internet today. Read about SOPA/PIPA, and contact your congressman.
Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protestors dodged Mayor Bloomberg’s left hook on the ground last Friday, cleaning Liberty Square before the city could use it as an excuse to break up … Continue reading →
From Egypt to the streets of suburban Cleveland, the Internet is reshaping how the young, from the disenfranchised to the bored and angry, gather, vent their rage and express themselves. … Continue reading →