The Supreme Court of the United States just recently, correctly decided not to review the US vs Newman Insider Trading case. In response to this decision, there was a well written commentary on the decision here on Bloomberg by Matthew Levine. Given my interest at the near 2 year anniversary of my destroying the SEC...
The ‘Roll Call’ series is all about introducing new faculty for the 2015-2016 academic year to the Communication Leadership community. We’re kicking off the series by introducing Sam Ladner. Sam is a sociologist who studies the changing nature of work, technology, and organizations. Show More Summary
Empathy and inclusivity emerged were two key themes at the International Game Developer’s Association (IGDA) Leadership Summit. The post Inclusivity and Empathy for Better Games (IGDA Leadership Summit, Part I) appeared first on Flip the Media.
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
Featured image by Scott Beale/Laughing Squid I recently conducted an online seminar with my favorite online community, dedicated to discussions around documentary filmmaking, The D-Word on my Twitter workflow. After hacking at Twitter...Show More Summary
By Maren Hamilton Drones and dresses and Instagram. Oh my! Nordstrom has always been an innovator in the digital space, but on July 16 they took it up a notch and created the ultimate social media inception to promote their Anniversary Sale. Show More Summary
I’m watching futurist Gerd Leonhard‘s June 23rd 2015 talk in London titled Future of technology and-with-versus humanity: Future of Business (terrible audio quality, sorry) and something jumped out and caught my eye. (Leonhard is one of the world’s most influential futurists, among top futurist peers like Andy Hines, Paul Higgins and John Smart.) It was […]
Those who follow me know that over the last year, there’s one technology that has been my obsession: Virtual Reality (VR), specifically the Oculus Rift. I was first introduced to the headset that eventually became Oculus by Emblematic Group’s Nonny de la Peña, and I have gone on to work as a consulting producer for […]
Progress turns everyone into a nostalgist sooner or later. You just have to wait for your own particular trigger to come along — the new thing that threatens the old thing you love. David Weinberger has a funny-sad article in The Atlantic today. Called “The Internet That Was (and Still Could Be),” it’s a tortured piece, mixing memory and desire, that calls to […]
This was the first time I had stepped foot in a refugee camp. I was in the Zaatari Refugee Camp, waiting for Sidra, a 12-year-old girl who has spent the last 18 months in Jordan, to lead me around the settlement. We met her family, walked to school, and visited the nearby bakery. We saw […]
by Frederic Filloux New mobile internet trends have caught my attention this week. Today, we look at their impact on the news business. (1) In developing countries, mobile growth keeps accelerating. In Nigeria (pop: 173 million, median age: 18), based on page views count, 76% of internet traffic now comes from mobile. Show More Summary
Day two at ad:tech San Francisco provided compelling technical insights and highlighted how great brands approach storytelling and content marketing. The post Highlights from Ad:Tech San Francisco 2015 Day 2: New Consumer Journeys, Marketing Automation and Master Storytellers appeared first on Flip the Media.
As many people know tonight was the final episode of the 33 year run of the David Letterman show. It was on NBC as Late Night with David Letterman from 1982 to 1993 and then on CBS as The Late Show with David Letterman until tonight. As I was watching clips of the opening monologue […]
A Swedish gaming nerd gets twice the viewership on YouTube as the top rated show broadcast television show in North America. Consumers don’t shop for plane tickets just by price, but by the level of agony they’re willing to endure for the amount they’re willing to pay. Show More Summary
by Frederic Filloux At last October’s introduction of the new iPad Air, the creators of a clever iOS app named Replay were invited on stage. To get there, they went through a selection process that illustrates Apple’s perfectionism — and hidden application sophistication. Show More Summary
We put Magic, the new text messaging concierge service, to the test with requests for everything from a car wash to the Star Wars Holiday Special. The post Here’s What a Bunch of Stuff Costs Using Magic, the New Text Message Concierge Service appeared first on Flip the Media.
by Jean-Louis Gassée With its new ordering system of one-push buttons spread around the home, Amazon wants to simplify lives, theirs more than ours as we’ll find out. In doing so, we’ll face – again – still unresolved issues for the Consumer version of the Internet of Things. Show More Summary
3.5 million views on Facebook. Over 2 million views on YouTube. Stories on Huffpost, Buzzfeed, and Seattle media galore. And, as of yesterday, even Nicki Minaj took note of the video on Seattele’s own Rainworks, showcasing their “rain activated art,” that became a big viral hit. Show More Summary
Featured image above by Ars Technica (CC by NC-ND-2.0) What do ancient Mayan gum, menstruation simulators, and glasses that let you write with your eyes have in common? They were all featured by Italian author, editor and curator extraordinaire...Show More Summary
Editor’s note: This post is the last in a series of ongoing articles that cover a five-part lecture series presented by David Domke, professor and chair for the Department of Communication at the University of Washington. The seriesShow More Summary