Avo and Victor spoke about the presence and future of media and social networks, the importance of information in open societies and how our information gathering is transforming.
Avo sat down (virtually, of course) with our dear Pilar “Pili” Metzler of Avaya, one of Verb’s first customers, to talk about how news and events are changing because of the COVID-19 crisis. She thinks some changes are here to stay.
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Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water won the Golden Lion, the top prize at the Venice Film Festival. As we have reviewed here, it… Read More »Venice rewards a love story between a mute woman and a river monster