Perhaps it’s because I’ve spent most of my adult life–and all of my professional career–working with large organizations, but I am not a data privacy alarmist. Most large organizations struggle with the basics of digital marketing and technology, never mind some vast conspiracy to manipulate the hearts and minds of the populace. It’s just too […]
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It played out like a modern day detective story: A vague clue inadvertently delivered through an off-hand remark…a series of people connected by name and activities…a false name derived from the target’s personal interests…but did it all add up? In this case, it did. And it ended up being stranger than fiction. This week the […]
From the not-yet-created How to Be a Good Client files: How to Avoid Creating a Monster. Anyone who has done work-for-hire in a creative field has experienced the frustration and humility of having to “Frankenstein” a solution. We try to avoid it by presenting our favorite solution in a certain order—and no matter what we […]
Tom and Derek get to the heart of the Meme, and discover at least one of the reasons why they work so well in our culture.
Tom and Derek take on the origins of “Metastential” – where does the name come from, what does it even mean? We open the conversation on the way to understanding Memes, with the context shifting and cultural relevance, with some favorite cultural themes thrown in. Where concepts overlap, there is treasure…
Computing devices can now be found almost anywhere. No longer just a phone, we can wear NIKE Powerbands, FitBits, Google Glass, and now even clothing manufacturers are designing computing devices into our fabrics. More and more elements in our lives can now compute and communicate with one another, sharing data, and affecting our behavior. With […]