Recognizing the unrecognizable
Some thoughts on journalism a few decades from now.
I moved to a new apartment a few weeks ago. I
Not this Paul Conley guy again
I'm Paul Conley. I write. I often write about B2B content. Way back in 2004, I launched a
A.I. changes everything; But B2B journalism doesn't want to change
I seem to find myself in a strange time loop.
A few decades ago, as the Web altered the nature
Sometimes content marketing goes wrong. Badly.
There's a scandal this month in the content marketing world.
That's an unusual occurrence. In its
Beauty is in the eye of the (AI) beholder
LifeScore Labs is a new client of mine. They use artificial intelligence to improve insurance scoring. They've relaunched
I'm Just Lucky Like That
One of the great mysteries of my career has been that otherwise bright and talented folks in B2B publishing express
Crisis, opportunity, Jung, and Skinner
I posted something on this blog a few days ago. That's become an exceedingly rare event. This blog
Thirteen lucky years
I woke this morning with a need to write.
There's nothing unusual about that. I wake most mornings
Ten years ago today, I launched this blog
It's hard for me to remember what my career was like before I launched this blog on a
Long-winded in the Windy City
Two weeks ago today at about this time I was some 90 minutes into giving a one-hour speech. I tend