We are on the verge of total work’s realisation. Each day I speak with people for whom work has come to control their lives, making their world into a task, their thoughts an unspoken burden.
Keeping customers happy is now becoming the job of everyone in the company, not just a single department. And, to drive growth, companies are finding they must both rethink their relationships with their customers and reevaluate who their customers are.
We have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works.
The gun Congress can’t ban.
The tech industry officially ran out of ideas this year. Rather than tacking on some tech element to things that already exist, it edged closer to just renaming the things that already exist.
Eva Holland looks at how a disturbing wildlife image went viral—generating anguish, anger, and confusion about the undeniably warming Arctic.
Any doubts about whether Netflix has effectively established itself as part of the Hollywood community vanish immediately upon stepping into the company’s Los Angeles offices.
The Boomers Inherited a Rich, Dynamic Country and Have Gradually Bankrupted It