Over-sharing in an era of peak connectedness is common. Unfiltered emotion and half-developed theses are routinely tossed onto social media platforms with great ease. If we’re so quick to share, why, then, is there still a stigma surrounding unsharing?
Conversations on politics, culture and media / des échanges sur la politique, la culture et les médias
Let’s start the week off on a positive note! Here’s the new EP from Montreal’s Taperecorder. Wyoming is free to listen or pay-what-you-wish to download.
One of the more rewarding podcasts we’ve put together was for our friends at accounting/business advisory firm Fuller Landau. They’ve recently put “50 Pieces of Advice for Today’s Entrepreneur” online and we had to share it as well. Over six seasons, Provocateur’s Dan Delmar and Fuller Landau’s Josh Miller have been profiling some of Quebec’s most successful and inspiring business people on the Today’s Entrepreneur radio show, which airs Mondays at 7pm on CJAD 800 Montreal.
It can be difficult to relate to the Canadian immigrant experience; the feeling of being isolated in a completely foreign land, barely able to communicate with others in one’s environment and struggling to adapt to a new culture.
Our friend Hannah Sklar offers this essay, an excerpt from her forthcoming autobiography Legacy/Lunacy.
There’s a debate raging in journalistic circles about a controversial innovation in marketing: Native advertising a.k.a. advertorials a.k.a. sponsored content a.k.a. the worst thing to happen to journalism ever, according to many journalists.