We live in an era of "Digital Darwinism," a time when technology and society are evolving faster than the ability of many organizations to adapt. It is for this reason (along with a myriad of other problems of course) that in fact killed Borders, Blockbuster, Polaroid and the like. Not only did digital Darwinism cost us close to a half billion job, it's only accelerating.
It’s no secret that we spend a great deal of time in front of screens these days. Business has previously invested enormously on TV advertising, but is now overwhelmingly focused on getting eyeballs on all of the many screens we use daily. But screens have changed... and they’ve changed us.