Analysis & Opinion

Dangers of Ill Communication

Communication is a dynamic business to partake in, and I feel extremely lucky that I’m able to work in an environment that allows for creativity but also objectivity. As of late, there’s been a slew of information from authors, stories, blog posts — specifically surrounding health — that’s erroneous and based on beliefs rather than… Read More
Events, Work

Food Food Everywhere

Food conferences are like no other event. Not only are you served good food but the topics are lively, informative, and personal since we as humans connect with food. Most recently, Bitten: A Food Conversation enlightened audiences with showcasing new technologies in the food world. Lab grown meats, vertical urban farming and playing with your food were just some… Read More
Analysis & Opinion

Do you really want to know what’s on your plate?

Recently SRI – the folks behind Siri – announced a soon-to-be-available meal-snapping, calorie-counting application known today as Ceres. The concept works like this: A diner (a user) sits down to their meal and notices that it doesn’t have a food label (because when was the last time you saw a food label at home?). The… Read More
Analysis & Opinion

Why fewer Facebook ads matters way more than you think

Today, Facebook released news that it will be simplifying its advertising offering. Out of the current 27 ad units, only about half will survive past this fall. Facebook hasn’t released much info on the specifics of these changes, but the hints they’ve made give us an idea of the significance of this decision for the… Read More