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Five steps to help you rock your next multimedia story

Before you even put your fingers on the camera or keyboard, prepare yourself with these five steps to using the best multimedia storytelling tool you have – your brain. The post Five steps to help you rock your next multimedia story appeared first on Flip the Media.

Why Europe Hates US Internet Giants In Six Charts

Here in Europe, America's domination of the digital world is met with unabated detestation. Today’s first of two articles looks at the facts. Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, GAFA, EU commission, antitrust anti-trust, Related columns: Europe:...Show More Summary

A Salute To Solo Programmers

applications tend to bloatware, obese programs whose complexity makes them nearly impossible to debug and maintain. Today, we look at happier counterexamples, past and current, of ambitious products created by “hermit programmers”. No related columns.

Future thinking: How to easily search across the work of 125 leading women futurists

Tonight I’m working on some thinking about future scenarios for my business, regarding a particular question (pricing).  I found myself thinking that there must be some good structured thinking tools for exploring questions like this in the foresight/futurist community.  Last week we made a big report on 125 top women futurists on the social web […]

Google Car Challenges

by Jean-Louis Gassée Self-driving cars make an immensely attractive fantasy. But how far are we from seeing these hoped for vehicles become real products? The sun has barely risen as we set out on the Hana Highway, headed to Maui’s “wet” side. Show More Summary

BrainPickings on the source of creative breakthroughs

The most significant human achievements between Aristotle’s time and our own — our greatest art, the most enduring ideas of philosophy, the spark for every technological breakthrough — originated in leisure, in moments of unburdened contemplation, of absolute presence with the universe within one’s own mind and absolute attentiveness to life without, be it Galileo […]

Hacking for Social Good with GiveSafe and Illumivote

Can digital technology be used to solve fundamental problems of society? Mobile apps and websites aimed at encouraging social good are not a novel idea. Sites such as FreeRice, which donates free rice to starving populations from the advertising revenue it generates, are a simple example of how technology has been used to promote charitable work. Show More Summary

The Current State of Indoor Location & Marketing — Webinar Today with Aisle411

2 weeks agoMedia / New Media : Screenwerk

Since joining the LSA I haven’t been spending as much time on indoor location and marketing as I had been for the past couple of years. But there’s a great deal going on and it’s a very important issue to both the future of retail and offline attribution (for all types of digital marketing). Among […]

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