October 2016

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Five Years In: Looking at the Rate of Change in Digital Business Transformation

October 31st 2016

Five years ago today, on Halloween, I was headed to London to keynote my second conference there in five months. I’m on a runway again, so its a natural time to how much our thinking about digital business has changed – and where that puts us for the next big areas of digital innovation.

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Did Trump Jr. Take Skittles from a Refugee?

October 25th 2016

If the US economy were based on non-intentional irony, this election cycle would have already enriched us immeasurably. Until that pays off, consider the cosmic comeuppance of the former refugee who is suing the Trump campaign for stealing his photo of Skittles…which they used to warn that refugees are dangerous, or in this case litigious.

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Department of Justice Readies Major New Website Accessibility Regulations

October 16th 2016

The digital world has changed since Section 508 was enacted in 1998. And right now, the US Department of Justice is readying new regulations based on the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. Though it may be tempting to wait for the next year or two until the rules are finalized, smart brands are getting a jump start on compliance issues and creating easier access for their visitors today.

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The 1957 Film Predicting Trump’s Rise and Fall is Now Ready For Viewing

October 9th 2016

You can see our year’s biggest political story already synthesized more masterfully than any punditry can, in a film from 1957. The headline isn’t Trump, its those who made a candidate who offends everyone around him, an establishment cause able to gain a near plurality of the vote. Trump’s long strange ride is about us.