Posts Tagged ‘context’

Some Thoughts on Content Tools

Posted by: by John Parsons on May 11th, 2012

There’s an age-old saying: “To someone who has a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” Too often, the tools we are accustomed to using distort our perceptions and limit our ability to adapt to new situations. I was vividly reminded of this at a recent reviewers’ session for Adobe’s latest incarnation of Creative Suite—number 6, [...]

Some Thoughts on Privacy

Posted by: by John Parsons on April 3rd, 2012

My old Agfa pal, marketing guru Rick Littrell, just alerted me to a recent FTC ruling recommending that privacy protection regulations be applied to “data brokers”—a rather loose term for list managers, brokers, aggregators and other sellers of data. The article he referenced in raises some interesting points in the ongoing behavioral targeting debate. [...]

Driven to Distraction

Posted by: by John Parsons on March 13th, 2012

This car is a scary sight for any driver with ADD—like me. Fortunately, I was not driving when I saw it. I had the urge to add another bumper sticker: “If you can read these messages, you’re about to crash.” I’m not sure what this person was actually communicating, other than message confusion. Too many [...]

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