If you are a student of the empirical science of value – Satyajit Das clearly and coherently breaks down risk, money, and the financialization of global capitalism. More from Satyajit Das discussing his previous
Posts Categorized: Politics
Sir James Goldsmith the basis for Oliver Stone’s Sir Laurence Wildman character in Wallstreet breaks down value, wages, economy, trade imbalance, and globalization. Almost 20 years ago and before his death in 1997 Goldsmith explains where America’s (and the worlds) political economy was taking us.
Adam Curtis’ Blog on BBC is almost worth the £145.50 UK TV License Tax (paid to BBC). Although it’s not broadcasted live so I am still not paying. It Felt Like a Kiss is treatise on American Power – now available outside the UK through an Archive.org stream.
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Exchanges, Behavioral Targeting, RTB, SSP, DSP’s, Dynamic Creative, Ad Verification, Attribution – sometimes I can’t help to think we’ve got it all wrong. Instead of making peoples lives better; online advertising is at best Meta-Advertising. It seams like we spend most our time selling advertising not actually disseminating great ideas / products. Meta-advertising is at… Read more »
From “When the Audience Clicks: Buying Attention in the Digital Age” presented at the Oxford Internet Institute. Check out 68:28 for a lively discussion on my favorite behavioral targeting topic – coffee cup capitalism.
Have you ever wondered why sites like Pandora.com seam to know who you are – even if you deleted your browser cookies recently? Up to 100k, difficult to find, non transparent, non expiring, not cleared by any browser “Clear / Delete Cookie” functions – Flash Cookies are oh so very sweet for collecting data –… Read more »