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Last year, I was on a flight from Austin to Denver, frustrated that I was unable to attend more sessions at SxSWi. It was my first year and I was overwhelmed by the quantity/quality of information. I had attended 4 days of sessions from 9am to 5pm and still only scratched the surface. As I sipped yet …

SxSWi 2016

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Way back on 7 days ago, I posted the reasons I believed that Apple would build a car. I was quickly reminded by a friend of mine, who goes by the name of Brad Hampton and happens to be a Senior Digital Consultant for Shift Digital (and agency focused on the automotive market), that I may …

Why the Apple Car doesn’t make ANY sense

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There has been a metric-ton of news lately about Apple building a car and for the most part, I think that are people excited. I’ve also seen some confusion from consumers but to me it makes sense. (Disclaimer: I want one.) It makes sense for the following reasons. Cars are made of electronics – Back in the day, a …

Why the Apple car makes sense

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Just got done reading this interview of Jonathan Ive and they included this video. Enjoy!

5 ways Jonathan Ive changed our world

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                  I was recently in a meeting where someone said they were now going to “design for mobile first and then simply expand to larger screens“. This is one of those things that sounds smart but the more you think about it, it’s really foolish. This leads …

Something that sounds smart but really isn’t

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CEO of Gnip, @chrismoodycom recently spoke to Bloomberg about social data and what businesses are currently looking for. Enjoy!

Gnip CEO Chris Moody talks Twitter and mining social data (video)

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Clear. An amazing UI for your to-do list

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This is my second book report and again, the spoiler alert is in effect. (My first was Surfing with Malcom Gladwell.) For those of you unfamiliar with Hugh MacLeod, you need to go to his blog gapingvoid as soon as you get done reading this. (You should also stop at Amazon and buy his book.) …

There has been a lot of discussion over the last several months about whether viral marketing exists. The first time I heard this I agreed and used a coffin as an example of  something that would not sell virally. The product is inherently morbid and therefore was a dead end (no pun intended). As I …

Design is Viral

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