The Online Advertising Market with Andrew Orlowski

I haven’t done a podcast in a while but decided to reach out to technology writer Andrew Orlowski after reading his article Alphabetti Spaghetti:  What Wall Street isn’t telling you about Google.  Andrew is the executive editor of the IT news and opinion publication The Register, a critic of techno-utopianism, and coiner of the term “Googlewashing” to describe either purposeful or inadvertent censorship through search result rankings.

Andrew and I talk about trouble in the online advertising market, broader economic issues, and the politics behind the technologies we use.  I spoke to him at his home in the UK via Skype.

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