Is Artificial Intelligence the end of Innovation? Some Think So.
Marx believed the industrial revolution was the end stage of innovation. George Gilder argues that Google believes the same thing about its own AI. Does that make Google a "Marxist" organization? Gilder thinks so.
Leonard DuCharme (contrib. Web Heretics).
Rebirthing the Democratic Web
The great promise of the Internet is dead. But is there a way to bring #democracy back to what has become a haven for big tech and big money?
Leonard DuCharme (contrib. Web Heretics).
Why Websites Don't Work and Media Outlets Do
90 percent of the 1.8 billion websites in the world are inactive, a statistic that leads to an unthinkable conclusion: websites are terrible marketing vehicles. Why don't websites work for their intended purpose, and is there a better alternative?
Leonard DuCharme (contrib. Web Heretics).
The Plight of the “Yelpified” and the Sad Demise of Market Inefficiency
Search engine algorithms are systematically driving what they consider to be content-market efficiency, but they're missing the target, and, in the process, marginalizing small businesses by the millions.
Leonard DuCharme (contrib. Web Heretics).
Apocalypse Soon: Adrift in the Information Economy
Robotics, AI, and automated technologies will radically disrupt the global workforce in the coming decade. New jobs will replace the old ones, but how will workers make the transition?
Leonard DuCharme (contrib. Web Heretics).
Five Reasons Bloggers Fail
Blogging for a living sounds romantic, but what's the reality? There are lots of reasons "blogging to pay the bills" is hard, but these five stand out.
Leonard DuCharme (contrib. Web Heretics).
The Imminent Demise of Search-Engine Marketing
Google's move to marginalize all but Alphabet companies is wreaking havoc on search results.
Leonard DuCharme (contrib. Web Heretics).