Let’s create a collaborative ecosystem for diplomacy
Inspired by the UsVsTh3m post :)
You thought your accent was barely noticeable, but to people in London you’re basically Ian Holloway
Why you can’t schedule creativity
(And why you probably should, too)
Not for a long time, and not through political pressure alone
Social media strategy is nearing its standardization as a skill-set.
Now that I use Facebook more regularly, I started having some ideas for the service—here’s one.
The recent announcement, via Twitter, that Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and his producer Nigel Godrich are quitting Spotify raises once again the…
Bewildered Administration Fights “Senseless” Outrage
There is plenty of joy on the streets of Cairo today, but doom and gloom pronouncements are coming from a substantial number of Egypt…
Futurism is dead in cinema, and tech companies can’t save it
Bulgarians have been out on the streets for a week by the thousands but with very few exceptions, international media outlets have chosen…
A framework for online photo sharing
In the near future, even Luddites will be tracked and all their actions quantified.
Back in 2011, we've noticed for the first time the huge impact of Social Media in the overthrow process of a country's government.
Why I gave up listening to mainstream news so I could concentrate on things that matter
How things can go miserably wrong
The question I’m finally learning to answer
Beyond the Address Book
Advertisers are perplexed and a little angst-y.
I know this, because I work in advertising.
Quoting Bret Easton Ellis on Twitter:
One of the biggest shocks in my life was when a friend sincerely asked: "Wait a minute.
Throwing caution to the wind and building a dream.
Last night, a friend asked:
Why use and promote medium?
The first time I heard ‘experience’ used in earnest as a marketing term was during a trip to Microsoft’s Redmond HQ in 2008 for the…
In the last six months, two people close to me died under seemingly improbable circumstances.
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