Picture seventy years back, a family gathered together by the big cabinet-sized radio, listening to a speech from FDR.
Picture almost forty years ago, a gathering of friend around the black and white TV, watching a broadcast of the moon landing.
Picture today, a department in our company, all watching the download of Obama's speech in Berlin on their laptops.
These are shared moments, where media works.
No one says “full point.” Full stop. - First, let’s go back to 2014 or thereabouts, when I first bought my copy of the New Oxford Style Manual. I’d taken on a couple of English clients, and I wa...
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