Link to Google’s evolution (video)
Link to How to build a brand by Laura Roeder and David Karp (video)

@lkr + @davidkarp talk about building a brand.

I love Flipboard. It’s an amazing tool and I’ve recommended strategies in the past. I’ve been spending more time on it lately and they’ve been doing a great job of suggesting topics for me to follow. When I open the app, it takes me to the Daily Edition, which is an aggregate of all stories …

Link to A modern day breakup

There are several things I find interesting about this video. This is how many relationships end (and begin) in today’s mobile culture. This is a “music video”. There used to be these things called music videos when MTV wasn’t a cultural scab on the collective shin. Enjoy!

I have been on Imgur (pronounced imager) since 12.13. I can’t remember exactly why I decided to spend time there but I immediately loved it. Visually, it somewhat resembles Pinterest. The primary difference is that it’s filled with user-generated images, gifs, etc instead of professionally taken photos. It was created as the image hosting server for Reddit and a …

  Google just announced a their changing their business model. Their new parent company is called Alphabet and you can find this announcement at abc.xyz. Below is a copy of the announcement for posterity.

Update: I had this scheduled for tomorrow but given Google’s news today, it seemed to make more sense to post now. Check out Google’s new parent company: Alphabet. My father and I were talking the other day about the how difficult it is for businesses to stay in business for any serious period of time. …

It would be painfully cliché to say that business has evolved over the past 20 years. It’s been disrupted. People work whenever and wherever they are. They do much of this work from mobile devices, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and embrace BYOD. Not all workforces are mobile workforces but as corporations …

Was doing some research for class and this came up. I’ve never seen this and it makes given Google’s brand is the SERP.

Link to Turn your smartphone into a 3D hologram (video)