Hospitals don’t have enough ventilators for COVID-19 patients. But thanks to big-brained humanity and open-source technology, they soon might.
Indian drivers lean on the horn incessantly. It’s second nature. But the Mumbai Police aimed to stop them by applying technology.
It was nearly five years ago. Mike Fetrow and I were struggling to bring better, more interesting creative work to… Read more Yes, Creativity for Creativity’s Sake Can Generate Significant Agency Value
So yesterday, I was lucky enough to present for the West Michigan Content Strategy Meetup’s first-ever lunch and learn webinar.… Read more Video: Evolving Beyond Selling
We had the opportunity to experience Oculus Rift technology in Dallas last week and the experience was pretty remarkable. The… Read more Virtual Reality: A Practical Application for Volvo
Detroit should be watching Project Redacted very closely. Last year, Local Motors–makers of the Strati, the first 3-D printed car–launched a challenge… Read more 3-D Printing, Co-Creation, and a New Day for Automotive Design and Production
I come from a military family. My Dad graduated from the Naval Academy in Annapolis and my older brother was… Read more Technology Changes Advertising, But It Might Also Change Something (gasp!) Even Bigger
As part of Omnicom’s admirable ongoing commitment to education, I attended a short but wonderfully informative session, mostly focused on… Read more Another Thing I Learned Yesterday From Omnicom