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The fly-over state consumer is not an idiot; she is your target market.

In the days immediately following the election, there were more than a few think pieces written by pundits trying to make sense of the results. The handwringing and soul searching mostly fell along the same themes.

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Post-election backlash: A tale of two brands

Half of the American population who voted are either reading this in the fetal position or literally rioting in the streets over democracy. The other half of the American voting population are either gloating, or doing cartwheels.

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Versatile Editor Ryan Boucher Joins Whitehouse Post London

Editorial company Whitehouse Post has bolstered their roster with the addition of multi-faceted editor Ryan Boucher. The widely traveled editor calls London home, but spends much of his time in the US and in Australia, where he initially launched his career.

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"Black Mirror" ads can see through your ad blocker, targets only AdBlock users.

It was only a matter of time before Adblock sold the ability to target ad block users specifically would be used in creative fashions.

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Perception - Reality: Rolling Stone found guilty of libel in fake rape story

2016 has been a banner year for "journalism." First Gawker, the web's most toxic site was found to have breached the privacy of Terry Bollea, i.e.

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Google: Don't be evil. Unless it comes to copyright, then it's fine.

Just a couple of days ago, I wrote that in the latest Wikileaks email dump there showed a very cozy relationship between Google's Eric Schmidt and Team Hillary Clinton, which should come as no surprise to anyon

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Wikileaks shows Google's Eric Schmidt is extra cozy with US Government

It's November 1st. The 2016 U.S. election is now just a week away and yet with all the talk of Russia it feels more like the Cold War.

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