John Pavley: Countdown to the Near Future of Media

Posted on 14. Nov, 2012 by in Content Creation, Media Trends

Is “the mobilization of live streaming media is going to hit in the next six to 12 months, and hit big?” Or is it already here? This, another content reality check, is shaking so many B2B and B2C brands up. It requires nothing less than a reset of content creation strategies to remake your brand […]

Russell Young Sights Social Trends for Digital Signage

Posted on 22. Jul, 2010 by in Content Creation

Russ, in his new incarnation with Samsung, makes some strong points regarding trends in digital signage. It makes sense that social netoworking will make a hugh content play in the years ahead for the industry. Russell Young of Samsung Electronics America, ITD – Digital Signage Expo 2010 Interview.

Flowchart to lifelong happiness

Posted on 14. Jul, 2010 by in Content Creation, Inspiration

Yes, of course. That will be a $40 copay. Flowchart to lifelong happiness: ” The secret to lifelong happiness. If only it were so easy. [Typcut via swissmiss] ” (Via FlowingData.)

Technically, This is Very Colorful

Posted on 14. Jul, 2010 by in Brand Innovation, Content Creation

Technically, This is Very Colorful: “ If you like your movies and television shows in color, you owe such modern-day pleasures to Technicolor, the company that created the eponymous color film processes in the early 1920s and gave movies like The Wizard of Oz the ability to show a yellow brick road, where before there […]

Moss Drools Over Auditorium Toys

Posted on 14. Jul, 2010 by in Brand Innovation, Content Creation

Folks, Known to digress, perhaps if you knew I was a member of the Matchbox Collector’s Club from 1972 – 1980’s; no doubt if you saw my collection of pristine Made in England originals; consider my original pinewood derby cars sit atop the mantel; then you know why we drool over this toy design. Vroom!

Rest in Peace, Harvey.

Posted on 14. Jul, 2010 by in Brand Innovation, Content Creation

Harvey and Me: “A remembrance of comic artist and graphic novelist Harvey Pekar by an illustrator who worked with him throughout his career, fellow Clevelander Gerry Shamray.” (Via Design Observer.)