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  1. The job market is weird.

    I’m hearing from employers that they’re struggling to hire. Job ads bring in a fraction of the number of candidates they used to, and the candidates who do apply tend to be unqualified, at least more so than in the past.

    Meanwhile, prospective employees say it’s hard to find work and struggle to get hired.

    There are

  2. Facebook went all in on the “metaverse” a year and a half ago. The company changed its name to Meta and started pumping a billion dollars a month into a Hail Maryboondoggle to achieve relevance in

  3. The battle over whether remote employees should be forced back into the office is based on a false belief: people working from home slack off more than in-office workers.

    It’s simply not true.

    Consider the latest viral TikTok trend: bragging about “time theft.” The notion was perhaps

  4. Everybody’s talking about ChatGPT, the OpenAI tool that writes poetry, prose, and even software code like a human.

    The chatter mostly gravitates toward amazement, fear, and warning — amazement at what it can do, fear of cheating and replacement by “robots,” and warnings about

  5. Hybrid hardware makes perfect sense from a marketing perspective.

    The most significant trend in how people work is remote and hybrid work. Some are working from home full-time, others part-time. And still, others work often neither at home nor in the office but from wherever they happen to be at the moment. 

    Marketing-speak is nice, but have

  6. Real life comes at you fast. Fake life comes even faster.

    Content creators, marketers, company bloggers, and others are rushing to take advantage of the new synthetic media trend.

    You can see why. Art created with artificial intelligence (AI) enables a more flexible and original alternative to stale old stock photography. And AI content

  7. It's time to retire the stale old narratives about remote work, hybrid work, and flex work.

    Is remote work temporary or here to stay? Are remote workers goofing off or more productive? Is hybrid work a compromise between employees who want remote work and managers who do not?

    These questions are obsolete.

    Remote and hybrid work, in fact,

  8. AI chatbot experts are all talking about — and talking to — a newish research project from artificial intelligence research organization OpenAI. It’s called ChatGPT.


  9. Remember when everybody used to obsess over productivity? That conversation has fallen out of fashion in recent years. But it's time to bring it back.

    The reason is that productivity crashed this year.


  10. The biggest technology-driven trend to affect business in the coming years is synthetic media. Yet this phrase is rarely even uttered in boardrooms and on Zoom meetings.

    It’s time to clarify what synthetic media is, and why it’s going to be so impactful.

    Synthetic media is any kind of video, pictures, virtual objects, sound or words that is