Who will win the Game of Thrones?
Who will win the Game of Thrones? Illustration: David Ko

Who should win the Game of Thrones?

America decides the fate of the Iron Throne

by in AUDIENCE | July 12, 2017

When it comes to guiding a nation to greatness, it is difficult to find a ruler with the perfect mix of ability, experience and popularity. The nation of Westeros, where Game of Thrones takes place, is in particular need of decisive leadership as climate change descends upon the lands, taxes rise to exorbitant proportions and ... continue »

Telling the truth: The disconnect between mental health and rising mental illness

by in CITIZEN | July 19, 2017

Many Americans are struggling emotionally, depressed or even considering suicide, according to a recent Ipsos poll. But shockingly, those same Americans feel as though their mental health is in a good place. Why the disconnect? Mental illness has historically been stigmatized and people may not want to admit when they have a problem. Additionally, people ... continue »

Who should win the Game of Thrones?

by in AUDIENCE | July 12, 2017

When it comes to guiding a nation to greatness, it is difficult to find a ruler with the perfect mix of ability, experience and popularity. The nation of Westeros, where Game of Thrones takes place, is in particular need of decisive leadership as climate change descends upon the lands, taxes rise to exorbitant proportions and ... continue »

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by in AUDIENCE | June 26, 2017

People like to browse online but abhor online ads – especially the ones that slow their wireless networks and clog their cell phones with malware. The situation has gotten so dire that more and more people are downloading ad blockers. And that’s a problem for online publishers and advertisers who rely on consumer eyeballs to ... continue »

Is resistance truly futile?

by in CITIZEN | June 26, 2017

When Donald Trump took office this year, he had the lowest approval rating of any modern, first-term president. People protested. Democrats spoke loudly of his faults. Pundits dissected his language use and lack of decorum. And yet all that talk has not swayed more people to join the left. In fact, criticisms of Trump and ... continue »



Streaming or Stealing?

“A Reuters/Ipsos poll this month found 12 percent of streaming viewers had used someone else’s password to gain access to one of the services. That number rose to 21 percent among people ages 18 to 24.” – The New York Times

July 14, 2017

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