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What Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Should Have Said by Now

No one from Patriots Inc. left me a voicemail, but then I’m a Buffalo Bills fan. If they had, here’s what I’d tell them Robert Kraft — the NFL owner charged with some embarrassing activities with women in a Jupiter, … Continue reading

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Times’ FB article sums up ‘death strategy’

The headline on The New York Times opus published yesterday on Facebook’s problems with fake news, racist posts, Russian trolls and the 2016 election posed the following headline: Delay, Deny, Deflect: How Facebook Leaders Leaned Out in Crisis Catchy, above … Continue reading

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Kavanaugh’s crisis is good for America

Brett Kavanaugh, U.S. Supreme Court nominee. Brett Kavanaugh, high school sex attacker. How do we rationalize these two dichotomies and come to terms with the crisis he’s in? Let’s state up front, as Michelle Goldberg did in today’s Times, that when … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about the crisis in pro tennis

Most of the dust settled after Serena Williams took on the tennis establishment in the U.S. Open final last Saturday, but the deep crisis in professional tennis will linger for months. What’s left is the mess the mandarins of tennis … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about the crisis in pro tennis

Most of the dust settled after Serena Williams took on the tennis establishment in the U.S. Open final last Saturday, but the deep crisis in professional tennis will linger for months. What’s left is the mess the mandarins of tennis … Continue reading

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Why ‘no comment’ is always the worst option

Some time passed since my last post, but I plan to make them more regular. After 12 fantastic years at Mower, the best independent advertising and PR agency in the East, I decided to go out on my own. Solo. … Continue reading

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What’s a Facebook user to do? Acknowledge the reality of a flawed platform that we’re still going to use

By Steve Bell and Allie Friedman Google [itself a provider of opportunities for intrusion] the phrase “What should people do about Facebook now?” and the first page of responses is all about getting off Facebook. None are from this month, … Continue reading

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