Monthly Archives: June 2007
Sometimes you read a post that just is SPOT ON! This time it is Russell Davies with a big post about how the value of branding is being overtaken by what I call Contribution Marketing and Purpose Driven Innovation (Russell: … Continue reading
A great example of pattern recognition: a collection of animals made up using tube lines, stations & junctions of the London Underground map Thanks to Information Aesthetics
Thanks to Disambiguity
Today I installed MGMaps from Gmap-Track on my phone. A Google Maps Mash-up application connecting to my internal GPS sensor. Below some screenshots and some comments.
Impressive demo of Cam Clic
I wish I would have been there. It makes it even more mysterious not understanding all the slides in their context. It triggers my mind to fill in the gaps..
BBDO recently conducted a survey investigating the powers of rituals in our lives.. Human beings are creatures of habit—the morning coffee with two sugars, the post-lunch brush and floss, the bedtime yoga routine with lights dimmed. Advertisers, on the other … Continue reading