Hospitals don’t have enough ventilators for COVID-19 patients. But thanks to big-brained humanity and open-source technology, they soon might.
So, how many times this season have you heard Paul McCartney’s treacly “Wonderful Christmas Time”? Did an act of congress… Read more Gold, Frankincense…and Metal
Ann Bauer is an amazing author, writer, and capturer of truths. Out of her own profoundly personal pain and loss,… Read more A Critical Essay for These Times
You don’t need to caption everything, but you should always consider it. Because people don’t watch online video the same… Read more Captioning: the New “See/Say” for Video Content
If you read a strategic brief at any point over the past five years, you read the word “authentic.” Whether… Read more Brands and “Authenticity”: When the Hackneyed Becomes Crucial
I love modern conveniences. Cruise control, gas grills, TV remotes: I’m an unabashed fan. But this whole IOT invasion of smart… Read more I’ll Vacuum My Own Floor, Thank You
When The Wall Street Journal promoted leaders to oversee their ethics and standards in 2013, managing editor Gerard Baker sent out a memo… Read more Brand Overextension: #WSJfail on Facebook
If you watch or read the work of Salim Ismail, you understand that today’s biggest business challenge is adapting our linear mindsets… Read more “Content”: Always a Noun, Never an Adjective
Chances are, you’ve never heard of the tiny Swiss mountain hamlet of Obermutten. We certainly hadn’t. But this article from Europe’s Digital Tourism Think… Read more Ideas > Media Dollars: Using Facebook To Make the World Love Obermutten
So I stumbled upon a rather amazingly in-depth and celebrity-ridden “social film”, courtesy of Intel and Toshiba. Titled “The Power… Read more I Have No Idea What This Is About. Or Where It’s Going. But I’m Interested. Very, Very Interested.