If you haven’t been hiding under a rock, you’ve probably heard that Brian Williams lied about coming under enemy fire while reporting from Iraq. (And you’ve seen at least one well-deserved #brianwilliamsmisremembers meme.) The uproar is understandable. Williams abused his credible persona as a news reporter to tell a self-glorifying story that influenced his succession to Tom Brokaw as anchor of NBC Nightly News. Read More >
While we like researching, developing, and publishing ideas from our Content Science headquarters, we love sharing those ideas with the world through our many speaking engagements. In 2014, our own Colleen Jones covered the globe from Sydney to Chicago, sharing important developments in content strategy and content evaluation. Let’s look back at the best of Content Science presentations with quick summaries, key insights, and links to details. Read More >
As a kid in the 1980s, I liked music. A lot. I asked for and received vinyl albums for Christmas and birthdays, and I constantly listened to the radio. Above all, I eagerly awaited each Sunday for the Holy Grail of music: Casey Kasem’s American Top 40. For me, through masterful content curation it distilled the best of the best songs into four hours of radio. Read More >
Over the past year, I’ve rekindled my love of tennis—playing and watching it. The recent French Open brought us some epic matches. I can’t wait to see what the rest of tennis high season this summer, including the ultimate grandslam Wimbledon, brings. As I watch the pros play and as I work to elevate my own tennis game a level or two, I couldn’t help but notice parallels to building your content capacity. Read More >
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