The father of the world wide web talks to Maisie McCabe about the threats posed by artificial intelligence, our relationship with data and how media outlets and advertisers should use the web.
One of London's less decorated executive creative directors recently took me through a presentation of a major new ad campaign.
Can you spot the difference between these two?
Every new advertising agency claims to have identified some fundamental change in human attitudes and behaviour.
As we sit in the middle of our precious summer months, our thoughts are allowed to drift to the weather. And the forecast for Spain and its ad market is changeable.
Amid Pompeii's ruins is a curbstone into which has been carved a penis proudly pointing the way to what was once one of the city's most popular brothels.
Another week, another set of headlines on bots.
Aschim is one of six directors who make up The Line collective, which created Campaign's recent ads.
Outdoor media continues to break new ground, with M&C Saatchi claiming the first-ever artificially intelligent poster last week.
Toto Ellis, the strategy head at Droga5 Europe, is trying his hand at directing.
When were you last really, really tired?
As we head into a period a Norwegian friend of mine delightfully calls the "cucumber season" - due to all the filler stories about growing vegetables - there is still plenty that demands our attention.
"Right," Mark Earls says. "Everyone in the second row and the fourth row, come up to the stage. We're going to play a game that illustrates what happens when humans copy each other."
Roulier and Lhomme directed the Marks & Spencer "adventures in imagination" campaign by Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R. The spots, in the retailer's usual "food porn" style, pair close-up shots of food with an instrumental version of Clean Bandit's Rather Be.
What's all the fuss about Instagram?
I have seen the future, so thought I should share it.
When a pilot is flying a plane, he has to be aware of the crosswind.
As she takes on the presidency of Wacl, Lindsey Clay discusses her theme for the year and why adland needs to be more vocal.
My stepson recently graduated and, being a bright lad, has managed to land a job at Accenture.
So, what to make of the conclusion of the Heinz review?
The Sun enjoyed that increasingly rare thing last weekend when it landed a genuine "world exclusive".
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