Tag Archives: culture

Email must die

We're all getting more connected all the time. More connections equals more communications. Too many communications and we get nothing else done.
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Vizio’s Superbowl ad by Venables Bell + Partners, and why it made us feel sad and awkward

TV, you're like the dude who keeps hanging out in front of the high school after everyone you know has graduated. Move on. Stop trying to be something you're not.
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How our machines are making humans who can make better machines

In which Thea watches all of Battlestar Galactica in one three-week sitting.
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Farmville 2020: Day of the Triffids

Its 2020. The building I live in has a vertical farm on the 5th floor deck. The garden is filled with sensors that make it a part of the larger Internet of Things. The sensors feed farming simulations that my neighbors and I play like a game. The garden feeds the people who play with […]
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What casual gaming can teach us about educating underprivileged women

Getting women to school has been the challenge that organizations like The Girl Effect have been contemplating for years. But maybe the answer isn't school at all.
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5 industry bloggers I would love to have a drink with

Yes, I know I actually spend more time reading my own blog than anyone else's because I'm a self-absorbed egomaniac copywriter. But you should still check these guys out.
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Usability issues can’t be solved with ads

New Mexico's drinking and driving problem will never be solved with advertising, no matter how good it is.
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