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  • The next big thing in digital content…those little cable channels you never heard of.

    Early adopter...early predictor...
    Jared Hendler
    22 May 2015 | 10:44 am
    And they thought cable was dead…well it is…kind of…at least as a bundled content package… …but everything is now migrating OTT… …and content is king…giving those little guys a huge opportunity. Think about all of the little cable channels you never heard of. Niche networks serving niche audiences with specific programming that never got the time of day. They were buried under an endless and unsearchable cable menu that numbered in the thousands and most of them never had a shot at national distribution. Enter YouTube and the digital revolution. Think of…
  • How to Choose the Right Vlog Topics and Niche

    Vlog Nation
    Vlog Nation
    20 May 2015 | 11:23 am
    If you’re thinking about starting a vlog channel, you’ll need to decide what topics you’re going to vlog about. After all, there are a lot of options out there. You could start a vlog channel about fitness tips, beauty products, movie reviews, and much more. The possibilities are endless, but, how do you choose the type of vlogging topics and niche that’s perfect for you, your personality, and your interests. Let’s explore how you can narrow your choices down and choose the right niche and the right vlog topics for you. Do You Have an Interest? First of all, what are you interested…
  • Looking for a new podcast to try? 45 great picks from the TED staff

    TED Blog
    TED Staff
    22 May 2015 | 1:20 pm
    There’s something so cool about finding a new podcast to love — each little download opens a door to new ideas, new jokes, new ways of seeing the world. Working at TED, as you might guess, many of us have strong opinions about this. Beyond the podcasts we all love: This American Life, Radiolab, The Moth, Serial, and of course our own TED Radio Hour  — here’s our list of 45 you might not know you needed to listen to right this minute.   For great storytelling Snap Judgment “It’s a 56-minute whirlwind that always seems to go by too fast,” says Ellyn Guttman, of our…
  • Digital marketing guru's social studies

    digital media - Bing News
    25 May 2015 | 2:48 pm
    How did you get such an early start in digital media? I think of myself as a businessman and a salesman who really thinks about the psychology of the user. In the same way I used to think about selling baseball cards and wine, I [thought about] websites ...
  • More Thoughts on Flickr 4.0

    Thomas Hawk Digital Connection
    Thomas Hawk
    23 May 2015 | 2:10 pm
    Having had a few weeks now to spend significant time exploring Flickr 4.0, I thought I’d write up another more detailed post about my ongoing thoughts on the recent update by Flickr. 1. Autotagging. Autotagging has received a mixed reception by the Flickr community as well as the broader press. Initially a lot of the Flickr diehards have very vocally opposed it. On the one hand, every time Flickr makes any change whatsoever a certain segment of the community will vocally oppose it no matter what the change is. The “who moved my cheese” crowd is strong and vocal at Flickr, so…
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  • Looking for a new podcast to try? 45 great picks from the TED staff

    TED Staff
    22 May 2015 | 1:20 pm
    There’s something so cool about finding a new podcast to love — each little download opens a door to new ideas, new jokes, new ways of seeing the world. Working at TED, as you might guess, many of us have strong opinions about this. Beyond the podcasts we all love: This American Life, Radiolab, The Moth, Serial, and of course our own TED Radio Hour  — here’s our list of 45 you might not know you needed to listen to right this minute.   For great storytelling Snap Judgment “It’s a 56-minute whirlwind that always seems to go by too fast,” says Ellyn Guttman, of our…
  • Avoiding the hunger season: How a TED Fellow is working to save African cassava from whiteflies

    Karen Eng
    22 May 2015 | 8:56 am
    Laura Boykin, right, and fellow researcher Donald Kachigamba, at left, inspect African whiteflies feeding on cassava leaves at a farm near Namulonge, Uganda. While scientists once assumed there was only one species of whitefly worldwide, Boykin’s work has identified at least 34. Photo: Courtesy of Laura Boykin For decades, the farmers of East Africa have battled the African whitefly, a tiny insect that infests the cassava crop. Cassava, also called manioc, arrowroot or tapioca, is an important food all over the world — more than half a billion people (yes, billion with…
  • Police on trial in Afghanistan, an 11-year-old’s jazz album, and literary insights from a Berlin birdhouse

    Cynthia Betubiza
    15 May 2015 | 2:36 pm
    Lots of happenings in the TED community this week. Below, some highlights. Police on trial in Afghanistan. This week, Kimberley Motley represented the family of Farkhunda, a 27-year-old woman who was brutally murdered, in an Afghan court against 19 policemen who are accused of standing by while she was set on fire, run over and then thrown into the Kabul River. The trial, which is being broadcast live across Afghanistan, includes cell phone footage taken at the scene, “To see this young lady in a sea of men being abused and beaten and no one doing anything,” Motley says, “and to watch…
  • How a TED Talk helped put women’s health research on the political agenda

    Kate Torgovnick May
    15 May 2015 | 5:20 am
    Paula Johnson’s talk at TEDWomen 2013 gave attendees a new appreciation of why it’s so important to include women — and female animals and female cells —in medical research. Photo: TED “Women’s health is an equal rights issue as important as equal pay.” When Paula Johnson uttered this sentence on the TEDWomen 2013 stage, the audience broke into spontaneous applause. “At that moment, it said to me they got it,” she says. Johnson has been working for decades to raise awareness about how diseases behave differently in women and in men — and calling out how…
  • First impressions: A TED salon on what we learn (and reveal) at first glance

    Emily Ludolph
    13 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Can we cheat at making a first impression? Judith Donath says yes, and in many ways. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED First impressions are full of promise — and anxiety. On Tuesday night, five speakers in TED’s New York office shared a salon that explored the hidden opportunities, truths and humor in these split-second assumptions. First up, NYU associate professor Adam Alter showed how exploiting a simple human trait could actually make us more generous. “We like things that remind of us of ourselves,” he says. There’s no shame in that — it’s why so many humans look like…
 
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    digital media - Bing News

  • Digital marketing guru's social studies

    25 May 2015 | 2:48 pm
    How did you get such an early start in digital media? I think of myself as a businessman and a salesman who really thinks about the psychology of the user. In the same way I used to think about selling baseball cards and wine, I [thought about] websites ...
  • HT Media Ltd. and North Base Media Launch MediaHack.in

    25 May 2015 | 2:15 pm
    and North Base Media, an international investment firm, announced the creation of MediaHack.in, an innovative accelerator program aimed at fostering a new generation of digital media companies. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150522 ...
  • Digital Marketing Budgets in the Banking Industry Set to Explode

    25 May 2015 | 2:08 pm
    Ad spending on digital media by US financial institutions industry will top $7 billion in 2015, a 14.5% gain over 2014, according to a report from eMarketer. For the foreseeable future, banks and credit unions will continue to shift more and more of their ...
  • Buhari: Of digital listening and ruthless execution

    25 May 2015 | 9:30 am
    Apart from the stories that he came from a humble background without shoes, the amount of social and digital media capital he amassed was so much that the Cable News Network in its October 1, 2010 article by George Webster dubbed him the Facebook President.
  • HT Media & NBM launch digital media accelerator MediaHack

    24 May 2015 | 9:10 pm
    HT Media has launched an accelerator program called MediaHack in partnership with media investment firm North Base Media (NBM), specifically for early-stage startups in the media entertainment and content segment. For the next six weeks startups in this ...
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    Thomas Hawk Digital Connection

  • More Thoughts on Flickr 4.0

    Thomas Hawk
    23 May 2015 | 2:10 pm
    Having had a few weeks now to spend significant time exploring Flickr 4.0, I thought I’d write up another more detailed post about my ongoing thoughts on the recent update by Flickr. 1. Autotagging. Autotagging has received a mixed reception by the Flickr community as well as the broader press. Initially a lot of the Flickr diehards have very vocally opposed it. On the one hand, every time Flickr makes any change whatsoever a certain segment of the community will vocally oppose it no matter what the change is. The “who moved my cheese” crowd is strong and vocal at Flickr, so…
  • Consistency in Design

    Thomas Hawk
    14 May 2015 | 6:10 am
    I’m a big fan of the new Flickr. Despite a few bumps along the way, like last weekend’s uploading fiasco, it feels like a new fresher Flickr and I think the fact that people can download their photos now in bulk will be a wonderful way to attract new talent to the site. There are two little things that bug me about Flickr right now though. They are unimportant in the big picture of things, but the compulsive side of me tends to focus on the little things sometimes. The first is the artifacting that takes place around icon that tells you if a photo is favorited or not or commented…
  • Flickr Users Unable to Upload Photos All Weekend Long While Flickr Staffers Take the Weekend Off

    Thomas Hawk
    11 May 2015 | 6:12 am
    Usually I publish photographs to Flickr twice a day, in the morning and in the evening — random batch of 16 photos in the a.m. and in the p.m. This morning I cannot upload a single photo. For the entire weekend I have not been able to batch upload to Flickr at all and have resorted to uploading photos one by one by one with consistent upload failure with each new attempt. If this were happening at Facebook, it would be the top story on Techmeme — but because it’s just Yahoo and Flickr, it doesn’t get that sort of attention. It’s not just me that this is happening…
  • Today’s New Version of Flickr Implements Bulk Downloading of Your Photos — Your Photos Really Do Belong to You

    Thomas Hawk
    7 May 2015 | 9:03 am
    Today Flickr is launching a number of new improvements to their service. I’ll review what they are in this post, but in my mind the most significant change coming today is that Flickr is introducing the ability for you to bulk download your photos from their site. I’ve been critical of Flickr in the past over the inability to easily get your photos back out of the service. While not a silo, Flickr’s never made it exactly easy to get your photos back after you upload them. You’ve always been able to download your photos on a photo by photo basis, but for someone with a…
  • Vintage Cars x Modern Sunsets SF Bay Area Photowalk This Saturday

    Thomas Hawk
    21 Apr 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Priime is hosting an exclusive photo event + photo walk that starts at a Sports Car Museum in Corte Madera, at the base of Mount Tamalpais, then moves to a fantastic vantage point to shoot above the fog from the top of Mount Tam. The event starts this coming Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 4pm. 4pm – 6pm: food, photos, and photographers 6pm – 8pm: sunset on Mount Tamalpais I’ll be making a few remarks about my own photography at this event, but am mostly just looking forward to hanging out with other photographers. You can RSVP here, but there is limited space! See you there!
 
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  • Kid Glove Killer (DVD Review)

    Mike Clark
    25 May 2015 | 2:59 pm
    Available via Warner Archive Warner Drama $21.99 DVD Not rated. Stars Van Heflin, Marsha Hunt, Lee Bowman. Fred Zinnemann’s modest 1942 debut feature turned out notably well on a ‘B’ budget, and it couldn’t have hurt the reception that the picture’s lead actor had just won an Oscar about a month before its director’s big break went into release. This is the dominant reason Zinnemann’s crafty quickie rewards a look today — as it did, just for the record, on my first viewing in 1959 at age 11 or 12 when its then still offbeat story hook also…
  • X: The Man With the X-Ray Eyes (Blu-ray Review)

    Mike Clark
    25 May 2015 | 2:52 pm
    Kino Lorber Sci-fi $19.95 DVD, $29.95 Blu-ray Not rated. Stars Ray Milland, Diana Van der Vlis, Don Rickles, Harold J. Stone. To appease anyone about to wave a red flag, I’m aware that those in the know much better than I continue to note that this one’s official title at the time of its 1963 release was simply X — and that the rest was only added for the newspaper ads that distributor American International Pictures concocted. Yet given what the 24th letter of the alphabet has come to connote not just in the movie industry but just about everywhere else, you can see why the…
  • New on Disc: 'X: The Man With the X-Ray Eyes' and more …

    Mike Clark
    25 May 2015 | 2:42 pm
    X: The Man With the X-Ray Eyes Kino Lorber, Sci-fi, $19.95 DVD, $29.95 Blu-ray, NR. Stars Ray Milland, Diana Van der Vlis, Don Rickles, Harold J. Stone. 1963. Director Roger Corman was lucky to have an actor of Ray Milland’s caliber starring as a mad scientist whose experiments on himself give him the ability to see through things. Extras: In addition to a Joe Dante intro, thee are a couple commentaries on this release: one by Corman and another by film historian Tim Lucas. Read the Full Review Kid Glove Killer Available via Warner Archive Warner, Drama, $21.99 DVD, NR. Stars Van…
  • A Fair Exchange

    Stephanie Prange
    25 May 2015 | 1:09 am
    The May 2 Showtime pay-per-view fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao may not have proved to be the most engaging live event ever, but it certainly made a bit of history in live Web broadcasting. As the fight took place on pay-per-view, with many potential viewers fighting the rush in PPV traffic rather than watching a fight, Periscope members broadcast the event live from their cell phones. The Periscope service, which offers live streaming, shut down those “broadcasts” as soon as they were nabbed for piracy, according to Periscope executives. But the point…
  • The Originals Game

    Thomas K. Arnold
    25 May 2015 | 1:04 am
    Netflix appears to have an insatiable appetite for original content. Speaking earlier this month at the MoffettNathanson Media & Communications Summit in New York, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos attributed much of Netflix’s 20% year-over-year subscriber engagement hike to the success of original shows such as “House of Cards” and “Orange Is the New Black.” The percentage of its total acquisition budget that Netflix spends on original programming keeps shooting upward; on an earnings call last month, chief financial officer David Wells said…
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    TV Monitoring Software, TV Recording and Search Technology | SnapStream's TV Searcher Blog

  • New SnapStream Express: Record & Search TV for $499

    Rachel Abbott
    30 Apr 2015 | 6:36 am
    Meet the New SnapStream Express. At $499, it’s the smallest SnapStream appliance ever. You get all the power of SnapStream’s TV recording, search and Twitter and Facebook integration, in a compact, affordable package. SnapStream Express paves the way for more users to get their hands on SnapStream. Everyone can record and search TV like “The Daily Show” and “Last Week Tonight.” Be it a single TV show with a social media initiative, a TV-focused journalist, or any organization using DVRs or TiVos. New! SnapStream Express ($499) SnapStream Express is now…
  • SnapStream Highlights from NAB 2015

    Rachel Abbott
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:39 am
    We’re back, y’all! Team SnapStream just wrapped from exhibiting at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas. NAB Highlights Our booth was awesome this year! We got to meet with hundreds of folks in the television and entertainment space, plus government and education, too. Everyone was digging our new social TV features for sharing TV moments to Twitter and Facebook. We had some beta features on display, exclusively for the NAB crowd, including time-coded tags and the new transcript word cloud. But the best part, hands down, was showing new people what…
  • SnapStream’s #WalkingGIF Contest at NAB Show

    The Walking GIF
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:32 am
    To launch SnapStream’s new social TV features at NAB 2015, I was invited as the special guest of honor. You may have seen me roaming around the NAB hall, dancing inside of a life-size Tweet and waving hello to welcome you into our booth. They call me: the #WalkingGIF. Just like SnapStream’s new social media tools for sharing TV GIFs, clips and moments to Twitter and Facebook, it was also my first NAB experience. What a show, what a place! NAB goers were understandably very excited to meet me. It was love at first bite. They instantly knew I was a GIF of #LeftShark! (You…
  • New at NAB 2015: SnapStream Cloud + Social TV

    Rachel Abbott
    7 Apr 2015 | 2:28 pm
    We are on Cloud 9, literally! It’s our 9th year in a row exhibiting at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas. And we are thrilled to be introducing SnapStream Cloud, along with SnapStream’s new social TV features, to over 100,000 of the most tech-savvy media and entertainment professionals. If you’re one of ‘em, come on by and visit! We’re in a prime-time spot (pun intended) in South Upper Hall SU5402. We are the 9th booth (noticing a theme here?) in the first main aisle. Here’s a lovely map for you. See a SnapStream Demo at NAB…
  • New: SnapStream Cloud DVR

    Rachel Abbott
    11 Mar 2015 | 1:39 pm
    Today, we’re announcing a brand new product… going bravely where no SnapStream has gone before… SnapStream Cloud is a new SnapStream, without the hardware. It’s easier to install and Internet accessible. So you can enjoy all of SnapStream’s powerful TV monitoring features on-the-go. No upfront cost $300 / month fee, no contract Record 4 TV channels over IP* Create unlimited clips Approximately 1 week of 24×7 storage Unlimited users *More channels can be added to your package. Here’s How SnapStream Cloud Works: Capture your local TV source(s), like…
 
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  • Category:Clay McLeod Chapman/Creator

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    24 May 2015 | 7:35 pm
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  • Editando Marvel Comics Vol 1 1

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  • Shadowmasters (Earth-616)

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  • Editando Marvel Comics Vol 1 1

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    Created page with "{{Marvel Database:Comic Template | Image = Marvel Comics Vol 1 1.jpg | Month = 10 | Year = 1939 | Publisher = Timely Comic…" New page {{Marvel Database:Comic Template | Image = Marvel Comics Vol 1 1.jpg | Month = 10 | Year = 1939 | Publisher = Timely Comics | Gallery = Marvel Mystery Comics/Covers | NextIssue = {{c|Marvel Mystery Comics #2}} | Quotation = No Horton, I’ll be free, and no one will ever use me for selfish gain – or crime! | Speaker = [[Human Torch (Android)…
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    On the Media

  • If We Knew Then...

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    A surprisingly difficult -- and misleading -- question about the Iraq War, the police bombing that no one remembers, and the struggle of ownership in the age of the "Internet of Things."
  • Episodes 12 & 13: The End of the Road

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    20 May 2015 | 2:10 pm
    In this final episode of On House of Cards, Brooke Gladstone discusses the twelfth and thirteenth episodes of the season with the show's creator and executive producer, Beau Willimon. Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts, and leave us a review while you're there - they really help! And you can follow On the Media on twitter.
  • Seymour Hersh, NYC Nail Salons, and Ebola-Free Liberia

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    14 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Seymour Hersh talks about his article claiming that the White House version of how Osama Bin Laden was killed is a lie. Plus, how a New York City nail salon expose went viral, and Liberia is finally declared Ebola-free. 
  • Podcast Extra: Seymour Hersh

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    13 May 2015 | 2:56 pm
    This week legendary investigative journalist Seymour Hersh published an account of the killing of Osama bin Laden that directly contradicts the official narrative. Hersh’s use of anonymous sources have led many to cast doubt on the assertions in the article; CNN’s Peter Bergen called his story a “farrago of nonsense”. Bob talks with Hersh about the swirling controversy in this On the Media special podcast. 
  • After An Earthquake, Body Cams, and Veep

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    7 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    What the media get wrong about earthquakes, surveillance the public loves and hates, and the creator of HBO's Veep.
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  • Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts Cheatsheet

    14 May 2015 | 10:20 am
    Welcome to the Windows 8 keyboard shortcut cheat sheet! Here, you will learn all the keyboard shortcuts available in Windows 8!  Some of them you’ll recognize from Windows 7, but many of them are fresh and new. Perhaps these keyboard shortcuts will help mitigate the shortcomings of working with a system that is more designed for touchscreen environments.Request Free!
  • Gmail Cheat Sheet

    14 May 2015 | 10:20 am
    Do you know that Gmail comes with plenty of keyboard shortcuts that you can use? It’s always a good idea to learn shortcut key combinations to functions you use on a regular basis. This Gmail cheat sheet provides all the keyboard shortcuts that you need to know to improve your productivity.Request Free!
  • Which Image Format Delivers the Best User Experience for a Website?

    21 Apr 2015 | 2:20 pm
    Images comprise more than half of a typical page's weight: among the top 1,000 websites, images comprise 58% of the average page's total weight.Optimizing images so that they render more quickly in the user's browser should be a priority for every site owner.There are a number of image optimization techniques – ranging from basic to advanced – that site owners can leverage, but selecting the best image-rendering format is the first step on the path toward fully optimized images.DOWNLOAD NOW TO LEARN:Which Image Format Delivers the Best User ExperienceBest Practices for Image…
  • Conference Calls - Developing Your Meeting Skills

    21 Apr 2015 | 9:20 am
    Conference calls are one of the most often cited dislikes of employees. Even though the technical problems associated with them are becoming less common, many employees find their motivation to participate and provide ideas are shut down by the impersonal and difficult to coordinate nature of these calls. Learn to overcome the problems associated with conference calls with this free eBook.You will learn:Why conference calls present problems that normal telephone calls do not.What advance planning you can undertake to get the most out of each call.Why published guidelines can dramatically…
  • 7 Key Influencer Marketing Strategies for Food Brands

    29 Jan 2015 | 3:50 pm
    The exploding industry is attracting millions of dollars from brands and agencies looking for solutions that help them scale the creation and distribution of consumer content. Food and beverage brands are uniquely poised to have better success with digital influencers than other verticals for several reasons. Read this eBook to find out how!Request Free!
 
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  • Top Trending Mobile Resources for Spring 2015

    21 May 2015 | 8:50 pm
    Top Trending Mobile Resources for Spring 2015, brings together the latest in information, coverage of important developments, and expert commentary to help with your Mobile related decisions.The following kit contents will help you get the most out of your Mobile research:End User Experience Management Complements Mobile Device ManagementMobile Login Best PracticesSchneider Electric: Riverbed Cloud Steelhead Appliances Support IT Migration to Cloud Computing, SaaS and IaaSJump Start Mobile Productivity with MDM and Secure File SharingRequest Free!
  • Market Trends: Key Trends in Unified Communications Technology, Adoption and Delivery

    20 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Download the Gartner Report to understand which UC solution best fits your needs.What You'll Find In The Gartner Report:UC adoption trends and projections based off Functional expansion, User expansion and Replacement CyclesHow companies buy Unified CommunicationsUC technology Trends in Telephony, Messaging and ConferencingKey findings in buyer behavior by organization sizeGartner's RecommendationsRequest Free!
  • A Day in the Life of the Mobile Worker

    20 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Today's IT leaders face a difficult situation in handling mobile device security and policy compliance, particularly given the Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, trend. The Consumerization of IT is driving end-user demand for ubiquitous access—to networks, to clouds, to applications, to everything—from any device, anywhere, at any time. Meanwhile, IT faces an overwhelming challenge as it attempts to provide a consistent end user experience across inconsistent platforms, while maintaining corporate and regulatory policy compliance.In this white paper, we will consider the difficulty of…
  • Enterprise Plans for Mobile Security

    20 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Now that mobile device access is inevitable for nearly every company on Earth, a new generation of security solutions aimed at consolidating security and access tools is beginning to emerge. The survey data we present here points to a case for consolidating security and access management tools for mobile devices.Request Free!
  • Empowering Mobile Productivity

    20 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Today's workers are mobile. They want access to networked or cloud-based applications 24/7/365 from anywhere in the world via smartphones, tablets, or similar mobile devices, and from Wi-Fi or 3G/4G-enabled laptops. Secure connectivity and access is as vital a requirement as pervasiveness and speed.The Pulse solution provides fast, easy, secure access from mobile devices to enterprise networks and the cloud, enabling users to access corporate networked and cloud-based applications and resources. Read on to learn about the benefits of the Pulse solution, such as:Broad support for mobile…
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    Digital Tonto

  • The Uncertainty Problem

    Greg
    24 May 2015 | 4:33 am
    True leaders don’t avoid uncertainty, but take it upon themselves in order to provide stability for those around them. Related posts: Broken Logic, Uncertainty and Emergence The Improbable Origins... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Why Stock Buybacks Are Good For The Economy And Country

    Greg
    20 May 2015 | 3:30 am
    When firms have excess capital the most best thing they can do is return it to investors so that it can be deployed elsewhere. Related posts: Why Isn’t What’s Good For Microsoft Good For The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • The Revolution Will Not Be Centralized

    Greg
    17 May 2015 | 3:25 am
    The existential crisis of the digital age is not one of personal identity, but institutional purpose. Related posts: The Energy Revolution Will Transform How We Live and Work The Tony Soprano... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How To Balance Push And Pull Marketing

    Greg
    13 May 2015 | 3:35 am
    In the final analysis, it is the mission that must drive the strategy, not a preference for one set of tactics over another. What we need is not a new model, but a more strategic way of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • The Problem With Patterns

    Greg
    10 May 2015 | 3:43 am
    There is an important difference between patterns that we consider to be preordained and those that are to be discovered. Related posts: How The Machines Are Learning To Take Over The Singularity:... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
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  • The next big thing in digital content…those little cable channels you never heard of.

    Jared Hendler
    22 May 2015 | 10:44 am
    And they thought cable was dead…well it is…kind of…at least as a bundled content package… …but everything is now migrating OTT… …and content is king…giving those little guys a huge opportunity. Think about all of the little cable channels you never heard of. Niche networks serving niche audiences with specific programming that never got the time of day. They were buried under an endless and unsearchable cable menu that numbered in the thousands and most of them never had a shot at national distribution. Enter YouTube and the digital revolution. Think of…
  • Is #VR our new reality?

    Jared Hendler
    17 Feb 2015 | 11:12 am
    Let me get a bit esoteric for a minute. We hunger for things that have the promise to transform us. Our search for meaning has always led us to want to understand the origin of life itself. We use science and technology to play creator in order to get us closer to the answer. Advancements in computing, artificial intelligence and robotics are all a part of that search but nothing brings us closer to being a creator of our own reality than Virtual Reality. After many false starts, the VR industry is finally taking hold as the largest companies like Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Samsung,…
  • Waking up to meditation instead of technology.

    Jared Hendler
    11 Jan 2015 | 10:08 pm
    Far too many of us start our day, while still in bed, by reaching for our phones. What might start out as a lazy, luxurious excercise of checking the weather, news or our social feeds, soon turns into text and email…and just like that we project ourselves into the middle of our fast-paced, never-ending to-do-list of a day…body tense and heart pounding before a foot steps from the warm comforter onto the floor. For the past month I have changed this by stepping into meditation. I started by training my mind as I wake up to first be grateful for a good nights sleep before stepping…
  • Rising Stars! Digital Celebrities Rewrite the Rules of Fame.

    Jared Hendler
    22 Dec 2014 | 5:53 pm
    It used to be that celebrity sat atop a pedestal, protected behind managers, publicists and their sacred talent agency walls. Celebrity was the product of scarcity, traditionally out of reach of their audience outside of the occasional sighting on ‘E’, People or Us magazine. But a new crop of celebrity, born out of digital – not so long ago laughed at – but now revered, is crossing over into the inner sanctum as they surpass their traditional peers. The New Celebrity thrives on abundant, open access and that is exactly what they cultivate as they connect and communicate…
  • Reinventing a traditional category via digital storytelling.

    Jared Hendler
    1 Dec 2014 | 11:20 am
    Classical Dance. An art on the short list for extinction if it cannot be made relevant to the next generation. So much a reality that the industry formed Center for Ballet and the Arts just for the sake of finding new ways to connect with new audiences. Like most of the performing arts, patronage has traditionally happened via stage performance and while that may remain the primary means for now, other mediums are necessary and essential for survival. Want proof?…look at the music industry – dessimated by their suspicion of new technology and a fear to adapt. Television and Film…
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  • Is Facebook the New Home to Small Businesses?

    Liam Crossey
    26 May 6050 | 6:30 am
    Summary: Yesterday, Facebook was expected to announce several new programs for small businesses who use the social media juggernaut. There are an estimated 40 million small business pages that can be found on Facebook. This number is up from 30 million as of last June, but only 2 million of those small business pages...
  • iPad App Crash Grounds Plane

    Jessica Cherok
    26 May 5688 | 6:30 am
    Summary: It’s frustrating enough to have an iPad app crash when you're trying to change your My Idol's clothes, but it’s a whole different issue when that app’s crashing causes serious flight delays. Such delays happened for American Airlines when the app the company uses for pilots to view flight plans crashed.
  • Baltimore Riots As Told By Social Media

    Jennifer Graber
    26 May 5470 | 6:30 am
    Summary: Political statements aside, the ubiquity of riots these days is quite alarming. The violence and incidents are widespread, taking over cities and areas at troubling rates. Uninvolved and unassociated individuals are being brought into a situation they had no part in. Cities and areas are being brought to a screeching halt. This is precisely the case in Baltimore, Maryland...
  • Getting Diversity in Your Facebook Feed

    Jessica Cherok
    26 May 4904 | 6:31 am
    Summary: Turns out, your Facebook News Feed is more diverse than you may realize. At least, according to Facebook it is. Last week, Facebook released a study that “quantifies for the first time exactly how much ideologically diverse news and information individuals are exposed to on social media.”
  • Could Facebook Help Your Chosen Candidate Win?

    Liam Crossey
    26 May 4449 | 6:30 am
    Summary: Social media is once again playing a pivotal role in introducing the different political views as more and more candidates are stepping forward to prepare for their respective 2016 presidential campaigns. Facebook, the world’s largest social media platform, is offering users the opportunity to see different views or stick to their own...
 
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  • Spotted: Is Google Testing Sitelinks for YouTube Videos?

    Carla Marshall
    22 May 2015 | 1:40 pm
    Google sitelinks offer users a shortcut to the best search results for a branded site. They have been live since 2005 for websites but is Google testing out the feature for individual YouTube videos too now?
  • Spotify Fires Back at YouTube, Adds Own Video Content

    Andy Smith
    22 May 2015 | 8:42 am
    YouTube wants to capture a slice of the music streaming market with its MusicKey service, but its main competitor in that field, Spotify, is firing back by introducing video content to its own platform, including music videos, news and entertainment, and original content from providers like Comedy Central and Tastemade.
  • Top Ten List of Letterman Late Show Clips & Videos on YouTube

    Carla Marshall
    20 May 2015 | 2:48 pm
    David Letterman's legendary 'Late Show' residency ends tonight, and we take a look at 10 of the most viewed Letterman clips on YouTube. His innovative approach to the genre not only blazed a trail for other 'traditional' broadcasters, but gave the viewing public an appetite for compelling content which millions of online video creators are fulfilling.
  • Have a Break, Have a YouTube Video with KITKAT

    Greg Jarboe
    20 May 2015 | 8:42 am
    Nestlé and YouTube are partnering on a new advertising campaign for the KITKAT chocolate bar in the UK. But it is the confectionary brand's collaborations with well-known YouTube creators that is driving real engagement online.
  • Is 4K Video Quality Critical for Online Creators?

    Andy Smith
    19 May 2015 | 9:20 am
    There are so many factors that go into producing successful video content, but is filming in 4K one of them? The format is supported by YouTube, Vimeo, Netflix, and other video platforms but should creators worry about shooting in 4K when they could be pushing resources elsewhere?
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  • The 10 most important things in the world right now

    Dina Spector
    25 May 2015 | 10:24 pm
    Hello! Here's what you need to know for Tuesday. 1. Iraqi forces on Saturday launched a counterattack against Islamic State militants near the city of Ramadi, a week after it was seized by insurgents. 2. At least 13 people have been killed and thousands of homes damaged by a tornado that hit northern Mexico. 3. States of emergency have been declared throughout Texas after at least three people died from flash floods. 4.Spain's ruling People's Partyon Sunday suffered its worst results in municipal elections in more than two decades, ahead of the general election in November.
  • What's on tap for Google's big conference this week: expect watches, virtual reality, and a mystery Bluetooth device (GOOG)

    Alexei Oreskovic
    25 May 2015 | 5:10 pm
    It’s Google I/O time again, the time of year when the Internet giant holds its annual developers' conference in San Francisco, showing off the cool stuff its army of engineers have been working on for the past 12 months. The event, which will take place on Thursday and Friday, draws thousands of attendees, all eager to hear from Google’s top brass — CEO Larry Page gave an impassioned and much-discussed talk about the state of the tech industry in 2013 — learn about the latest products, and get their hands on the free swag that Google typically doles out (last year, attendees got two…
  • Apple's design guy Jony Ive just got a promotion

    Bryan Logan
    25 May 2015 | 3:28 pm
    Jony Ive, Apple's senior VP of design has been promoted to the role of Chief Design Officer, the Telegraph reports. The move bumps up two current Apple execs in the company's design team who will take over some of Ive's current day-to-day responsibilities beginning in July. Alan Dye will focus on user interface design for both desktop and mobile, and Richard Howarth will lead the hardware team as VP of Industrial Design. Ive has woven his design signature into the heart of Apple's products for many years. The Telegraph's Stephen Fry describes him as a man who is "quite exhaustingly…
  • Meet the multimillionaire Instagrammer who claims he can turn your 'pennies into millions'

    Business Insider
    25 May 2015 | 2:57 pm
    Click here to see his fabulous life >>Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Here's what happens when you drop an Apple Watch face down on cement
  • How one startup wants to solve an 'insane' problem for a $400 billion industry

    Matt Weinberger
    25 May 2015 | 12:39 pm
    Back in 2001, Andy Wilson and Sheng Yang were working at a Washington, DC, print shop frequented by lawyers, banks, and real estate firms.  Their speciality was in helping lawyers with what legal types call "discovery," or the process of sifting through e-mails and documents to find things relevant to the case at hand. At that point, discovery was done by literally printing out every possible relevant e-mail for attorneys to sift through.  That print shop got tapped to print the emails for the landmark 2001 Microsoft antitrust case. Wilson recalls printing out piles and piles of…
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    MediaStorm Blog

  • MediaStorm Guide to Organizing Camera Phone Pictures with Hazel

    Eric Maierson
    21 May 2015 | 8:42 am
    If you’re like me, you probably take lots of pictures with your phone. Organizing thousands of images can feel overwhelming. Apple has tried to makes this a seamless process with the introduction of iCloud and the new Photos app. As convenient as it is to automatically upload all your images to the cloud, Apple’s service has one glaring omission. You can not delete individual pictures. It’s an all or nothing solution. So I’ve created my own workflow. With my phone connected to my Mac, I use Apple’s built-in utility Image Capture to download all pictures to a specified folder. I make…
  • New Era of Motion Graphics at MediaStorm – Guardians of the Forest & 2015 Reel

    Cortney Cleveland
    18 May 2015 | 7:57 am
    MediaStorm’s motion graphics department, helmed by Joe Fuller, has kept busy since our 2013 reel. From saving the forest, looking back at USAID’s food for peace program, celebrating world-renown photographers to illuminating a teen’s descent into prostitution; we’ve used a wide array of techniques to make complex stories accessible and appealing. Today, we are proud to present a film made in partnership with the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) to convey the importance and urgency of the sustainable management of forests. At one time forests dominated Earth’s landmass.
  • Join Us for #ICPMEETUP: Photography and New Storytelling Platforms

    Cortney Cleveland
    18 May 2015 | 7:15 am
    MediaStorm’s Executive Producer Brian Storm will serve as the moderator for Photography and New Storytelling Platforms #ICPMEETUP on Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 from 7:00–9:00 p.m. in the ICP Student Lounge in New York City. The session will explore the future of visual storytelling with the minds behind Atavist, Medium and The Rockefeller Foundation. Register online to attend this free event. Event Details In the last years we have seen the emergence of new platforms allowing image makers to combine words, still and moving images into beautiful self-published stories and connect…
  • Job Alert: Video Team Positions with Hillary for America

    Cortney Cleveland
    7 May 2015 | 7:09 am
    Hillary for America, the official campaign to elect Hillary Clinton for President, is looking for candidates to fill its full-service video production team. Filmmakers, editors, cinematographers, producers and motion graphics artists are encouraged to apply for the New York City-based positions (full-time through November 2016). Interested candidates should send an email describing why you want to work for the campaign and why you support Hillary Clinton, along with your resume, to VideoStaffing@hillaryclinton.com. Include in the subject line: Video Team, position you are applying for, and…
  • MediaStorm Guide to Selecting Edit Points in Premiere Pro Without the Mouse

    Eric Maierson
    5 May 2015 | 7:09 am
    This article is part of a series of posts with tips and tricks from our producers’ experience working with Adobe Premiere Pro CC after years of working in Final Cut Pro. To read more about why we made the switch, check out this post. A reader who is new to Premiere Pro writes, “OK, I cry uncle. I can’t for the life of me come up with an efficient way to use the keyboard to select the end or beginning of a clip. How do you do it? Do you use the mouse?” Turns out that selecting edit points with just the keyboard is simple. Just press the T key and Premiere Pro will select the edit…
 
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    SMP Updates

  • Thomson Reuters analysis shows concerning trend for global innovation

    25 May 2015 | 10:40 pm
    Company launches authoritative new web destination featuring industry insights and trends          ALEXANDRIA, Va/PRNewswire/ -- The Intellectual Property (IP) & Science business of Thomson Reuters,...
  • PeerApp Showcases Latest Advances in Local Content Delivery at CommunicAsia2015

    25 May 2015 | 10:34 pm
    NEWTON, MA--(Marketwired) - PeerApp, the leader in helping networks accelerate delivery of Internet video and other over-the-top (OTT) content, will exhibit at CommunicAsia2015, 2-5 June, at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. At stand #3B2-04, PeerApp w...
  • Marketing within the Not-for-Profit Sector 2015

    25 May 2015 | 8:51 am
    Marketing within the Not-for-Profit SectorDate: 8th October 2015 Location: 20 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0RNMarketing within the Not-for-Profit Sector is a half-day conference for Technology professionals, wanting to further their marketing kno...
  • Marketing within the Technology Sector 2015

    25 May 2015 | 8:37 am
    Marketing within the Technology SectorDate: 24th September 2015 Location: 20 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0RNMarketing within the Technology Sector is a half-day conference for Technology professionals, wanting to further their marketing knowledg...
  • On The Edge Birmingham 2015

    25 May 2015 | 8:19 am
    On The Edge BirminghamDate: 16th September 2015 Location: The Studio, 7 cannon street,, Birmingham , Midlands B2 5EPOn The Edge Birmingham is a full day conference discussing how to drive change through innovation Birmingham we are back but delive...
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    Videomaker.com: Video News

  • Tenba Packlite Reimagines the Camera Bag

    MarshalRosenthal
    25 May 2015 | 3:05 pm
    Tenba, maker of carrying case solutions since 1977, has created an alternative to the one-size-fits-all bag for photographers/videographers. Called the Packlite, it also might take some getting used to, as there has never been a completely collapsible self-stowing camera bag before.
  • DJI celebrates launch of Ronin-M with international screenwriting competition

    Russ Fairley
    20 May 2015 | 2:09 pm
    DJI makes tools for creativity, creation and inspiration, but if there is one thing their tools have done of late — and yes, we're talking about Phantom 3 and Ronin-M — it's innovate. Recognizing that innovation is a central theme to the work we do, DJI is celebrating the launch of their Ronin-M stabilizer system with an international screenwriting competition.
  • Panasonic Announces Lumix DMC-G7, World's Cheapest 4K Micro Four Thirds Camera

    MarshalRosenthal
    18 May 2015 | 11:33 am
    The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G7 has many enviable features, but its ability to shoot 4K video rises to the top. The camera can record smooth, high-resolution 4K video in 3840 x 2160 pixels at 30p as well as 24p in MP4. This is in addition to the Full-HD 1920 x 1080 60p video in AVCHD Progressive and MP4 (MPEG-4 / H.264) with practical full-time Auto Focus (AF).
  • TEACH Campaign looks to inspire a new generation of teachers through video

    Russ Fairley
    15 May 2015 | 2:59 pm
    Participant Media’s TEACH Campaign has been helping inspire young people to look to teaching as a positive and viable employment option. Schools need more excellent teachers, and are expanding their outreach by using entertainment. Stories told well. The issue, as they put it, is that "America's schools are in crisis, and the only people who can give our kids the education they deserve are underappreciated and underpaid."
  • Lily Camera Might be the Most Innovative Drone This Year

    Russ Fairley
    14 May 2015 | 12:07 pm
    With the drone landscape evolving and expanding at breakneck speed, it's often tough to know which UAV is the right one for you. For some, maybe it's a DJI Phantom 3, for others a 3DR Solo+. But what about something simpler? Something waterproof, lightweight, automatic and ready to capture you in action. That drone has arrived, and it's the absolutely charming Lily Camera.
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    Music library management blog

  • Solving music file and tag inconsistencies

    Dan Gravell
    18 May 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Even in these days of streaming, plenty of music lovers still store their collection, or parts of their collection, locally as computer audio files. Importantly, metadata stored inside the resulting audio files identifies the music, but inconsistencies can arise between internal metadata and the names of the audio files. How can you fix this and keep it fixed? Metadata is important. It is the way that the otherwise anonymous audio files in your music collection are identified, categorised and classified. Without metadata your music collection is near impossible to browse, search and playlist.
  • Off to Munich High End

    Dan Gravell
    11 May 2015 | 4:00 pm
    I'm packing my bags and leaving my office for a few days! I'm off to Munich High End to see and hear the latest in audiophile developments. Munich High End is Europe's largest and most prestigious hi-fi trade fair. The "High End" events have been running since the early 80s and have grown to fill up three halls of Munich's MOC exhibition centre. This year almost 1,000 brands will be on display with some interesting side shows including in-car audio and live performances. To tell you the truth, I'm no audiophile myself. I love music; listening, collecting, browsing, understanding. The…
  • Dot underscore music files

    Dan Gravell
    4 May 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Sometimes it's not just our music files and music players we are battling hard to keep on top of; sometimes our operating systems introduce new ways to make our music libraries untidy. An email recently dropped into my inbox: I’ve created a new library, Audi MMI, and ran it through bliss and all seemed OK. Everything compliant. When I mount the SD Card on the Mac all looks normal and as I would expect. When mounted in the car I can see all the folders titled using the artist name. Good. When I go into the artist folder I see each of the folders titled using the album name. Good When I go…
  • Release 20150423

    Dan Gravell
    27 Apr 2015 | 4:00 pm
    This new version includes a number of assorted improvements. First up, I've rewritten some of the underlying parts of bliss to use a new database engine. This is due to a few reports I've received of database corruption seemingly occurring after long periods of using bliss. After a couple of weeks testing by those affected, we seem to have fixed these problems, so that's good news. Further improvements More improvements: Exempt roman numerals and common name prefixes ("La", "De" etc) from case rules Sped up tag lookup Fixed the count of non compliant albums due to non-compliant file paths…
  • bliss and FreeBSD

    Dan Gravell
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:00 pm
    This week, news of a new project to install and run bliss on FreeBSD (and FreeNAS). bliss currently has "official" releases for Windows, OS X, Linux and VortexBox. In addition there are a few unofficial packages built for NAS devices, and one HOWTO for Solaris. That meant FreeBSD users were without installation instructions. FreeBSD is important for a number of reasons, one of which is that it is the base OS for the popular FreeNAS distribution. It's also commonly used as a home server OS. So it was without bliss installation instructions... until now that is! This morning I received an email…
 
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    Smells Like Infinite Sadness

  • The Melvins The Bulls & The Bees/Electroretard Review

    SLIS
    24 May 2015 | 4:13 pm
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.The Melvins The Bulls & The Bees/Electroretard Review: dual release of band’s 2001/2012 efforts go swimmingly well together. Following on the heels of 2014’s excellent Butthole Surfers collaboration Hold It In, The Melvins have another treat in store for longtime fans. On June 2nd, 2015 Ipecac Recordings will be jointly reissuing the band’s 2001 album […]The post The Melvins The Bulls & The…
  • The Darkness ‘Last Of Our Kind’ Review

    SLIS
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.The Darkness ‘Last Of Our Kind’ Review: Hard rocking Brits return with their most diverse work to date.  We should be doing things that are challenging in the sense that people can’t tell if we’re serious or not…there’s a line, and when we’re doing our best stuff, we’re walking directly along that line. So said The […]The post The Darkness ‘Last Of Our Kind’ Review appeared…
  • 20 Best David Letterman Alternative Musical Performances

    SLIS
    19 May 2015 | 3:35 pm
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.20 Best David Letterman Alternative Musical Performances: counting down the best alt-rock musical guests over The Late Show hosts’ 33 year career. On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, CBS’s The Late Show with David Letterman will be signing off. The veteran comic host may still be entertaining us in some form or fashion, but his retirement from the late night talk show […]The post 20 Best David…
  • Faith No More ‘Sol Invictus’ Review

    SLIS
    10 May 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.Faith No More ‘Sol Invictus’ Review: Alternative rock iconoclasts return proudly unbowed. To say Faith No More’s comeback album Sol Invictus is highly anticipated is an understatement. It’s their first album in nearly two decades. To put that into perspective, their previous release (1997’s Album of the Year) came out when people still used beepers, and […]The post Faith No More ‘Sol…
  • The Darkness’s Frankie Poullain Talks New Album ‘Last Of Our Kind’

    SLIS
    5 May 2015 | 7:31 pm
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.The Darkness’s Frankie Poullain Talks New Album ‘Last Of Our Kind': Darkness bassist discusses band’s new album, new drummer and what to expect from the group for 2015 in our exclusive interview.  British rockers The Darkness  are set to unleash their fourth album, Last of Our Kind on June 2nd. The album shows the group adding new tricks […]The post The Darkness’s Frankie Poullain Talks New Album…
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  • Happy Innovation Weekend

    Fred Jacobs
    22 May 2015 | 3:20 am
    Yes, I get it. It’s Memorial Day Weekend, a time when we honor the amazing people in the military who have sacrificed for our country in the past and the present. Please take a moment over the weekend to remember why this holiday is so important to all Americans. I know that most of you will also be involved in family, social, and recreational activities this weekend, too. After all, we all deserve a break – in this case, a long weekend to get some rest, recharge the batteries, and get ready for the challenges that we’ll all face come Tuesday morning. I’m hoping that you also get a…
  • A PPM Lesson…From Howard Stern

    Fred Jacobs
    21 May 2015 | 3:10 am
    If you know your radio history, you probably recall that among his many wise career moves, Howard Stern got out of broadcast radio before the advent of PPM. His exodus to Sirius in 2005 was about a year before meters became the currency of radio ratings. But that can’t stop “The King of All Media” from weighing in on what it takes to keep audiences riveted – getting them through commercial stopsets (and Stern’s were notoriously long). In an article in The New York Times about David Letterman’s swan song, Stern talked about how the “Late Night’s” perennial #2…
  • Creatures of Habit

    Fred Jacobs
    20 May 2015 | 3:10 am
    A few years ago, we put a spin on our Techsurvey mission. In the early years, the guiding principle behind these massive nationwide web surveys was to determine what radio listeners are doing when they’re not listening to the radio. As satellite radio, streaming, smartphones, and social media proliferated, getting a handle on how audiences are informing and entertaining themselves has helped radio better understand how the media culture is changing. But in recent years, we’ve introduced the corollary question: With all the new media options, why do consumers still choose to listen to…
  • What’s On TV

    Fred Jacobs
    19 May 2015 | 3:10 am
    At the recent re:publica15 conference in Berlin, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings gave some predictions about TV and technology – over the next two decades. Noting that just 10 years ago, there were no smartphones, Hastings did express confidence in this trend: “We will come to see that linear TV declines every year for the next 20 years and that Internet TV raises every year for the next 20 years.” It’s hard to believe that just a few short years ago, people were sending and receiving DVDs through the U.S. Mail in little red pouches. Since Netflix initiated its streaming platform and…
  • 10 Lessons We Can All Learn From B.B. King

    Fred Jacobs
    18 May 2015 | 3:10 am
    The news of blues legend B.B. King’s passing last week brought back a torrent of memories for a music icon I have long admired. While I had always passively enjoyed his music, it wasn’t until I saw him live in 1979 at Chicago’s Park West with fellow consultant Alan Burns that I realized what an amazing performer the man born as Riley B. King truly was. Ironically, I went back home to Detroit only to discover that King was booked at a club embedded in the Dearborn Hyatt Regency – so I saw him play again that weekend. Over the years, I came to enjoy B.B. King concerts, saddened only…
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    The Future Of Luxury

  • TFOL Snapshot 08.05.15

    TFOL
    8 May 2015 | 10:19 am
    This week’s TFOL Snapshot is tech heavy. All our top headlines this week look at how the integration of digital and tech at a fundamental level are key to a luxury brand’s success – both customer and operations-side. Net-a-Porter create a social network that claims to revolutionise mobile luxury shopping as much as net-a-porter.com did for luxury online shopping. Other stories include the ever increasing number of fashion start-ups bypassing traditional, physical retail spaces in favour of digital making it easier for them to reach consumers directly. 1. Net-a-Porter Creates Social…
  • TFOL Snapshot 24.04.15

    TFOL
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:32 am
    There’s an emphasis on the interplay between emotion and technology in this week’s TFOL Snapshot. Can brands harness insights from neuroscience to drive luxury sales? There’s a warning that, whilst digital is necessary, it must co-exist with and incorporate the human and emotional. Other headlines making the news; the top 7 emerging trends in luxury shopping revealed and a look at new markets. 1. How Luxury Brands Should Manage Technology “’Technology beware seemed to be the message of day two of the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference at Florence’s historic Palazzo…
  • TFOL Snapshot 17.04.15

    TFOL
    17 Apr 2015 | 8:33 am
    This week’s TFOL Snapshot includes the Telegraph’s inaugural Luxury Visionaries list highlighting the most daring and experimental innovators in their fields. The innovation continues with Spring – the app that makes Instagram, finally, shoppable. Burberry continues to lead the way with social media and uses Snapchat, while the growth of the Menswear market continues to outpace Womenswear. 1. The Luxury Visionaries 2015 “In a new annual portfolio, Telegraph Luxury selects the masterminds and aesthetes resetting the luxury agenda.” Read full article on: THE…
  • TFOL Snapshot 10.04.15

    TFOL
    13 Apr 2015 | 5:03 am
    This week, the influence of digital and e-commerce on luxury is impossible to ignore! Chanel tests the e-commerce waters with Net-A-Porter in a first step towards online sales that many see as long overdue. Apple’s strategy for its new watch sees focus placed online and not in-store and in the wider world of retail, consumers high-level of digital sophistication means shopping malls and retailers need to match this knowledge to provide an equally sophisticated and integrated shopping experience in store. 1. Forget The Internet Of Things, There Is A Digital Revolution Taking Place In…
  • TFOL Snapshot 27.03.15

    TFOL
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:52 am
    Amongst the headlines of this week’s TFOL Snapshot; the very definition of luxury is up for debate as London’s V&A museum counts down to the opening of its new exhibition ‘What is Luxury?‘, Instagram has become fashion’s best friend and luxury brands across the board have found a lucrative market selling knicknacks and smaller accessories. 1. Defining Luxury For A Modern Era “In recent times we’ve seen luxury brands go back to their heritage and craftsmanship as an antidote to the logo and as a way of distinguishing their brand,” he said. “But the…
 
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  • Webtise wax lyrical about new client win

    Emma Garner
    12 May 2015 | 12:55 am
    The UK’s largest home-fragrancing company Wax Lyrical has chosen Webtise as it’s digital partner for development, digital marketing and consultancy. Wax Lyrical has invested in Webtise to support their online marketing activity, refresh the brands ecommerce platform and design a new website on the Magento... The post Webtise wax lyrical about new client win appeared first on Webtise.
  • Public Desire choose Webtise

    Emma Garner
    6 May 2015 | 7:46 am
    The fast growing global online footwear brand Public Desire has chosen Webtise. The brand sells new footwear styles daily to budget conscious, fashion forward individuals desiring the latest styles and trends. Public Desire has invested in Webtise to deliver the following objectives; to substantially grow their... The post Public Desire choose Webtise appeared first on Webtise.
  • New website for Winfield’s Outdoors

    Emma Garner
    13 Apr 2015 | 3:32 am
    Leading outdoor clothing specialist Winfield’s Outdoors, unveils its new website. Winfield’s choose Webtise on the back of our expertise working with online retailers, from the off we have recognised and understood their vision which has inspired the team to deliver a fully responsive, user friendly... The post New website for Winfield’s Outdoors appeared first on Webtise.
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  • How pay-per-view helps churches connect to Millennials

    Monika
    19 May 2015 | 4:42 am
    Church attendance has been on the decline and the stats are alarming. According to the Barna Group’s research, 156 million U.S. residents are currently not engaged with a Christian church. To put it into perspective, if that number were to relate to population of a country, then it would be the 8th most populous country in the world. It’s predicted that in 2015, more than 10,000 churches will close due to declining attendance. This trend holds true especially among Millenials: 80 percent of 14-33 year-olds find church unimportant in their lives. Further, nearly one third of the…
  • A Fighting Chance For Live And Over-The-Top

    Monika
    15 May 2015 | 6:33 am
    Photo credits: http://www.mayweatherpromotions.com This article was originally published on Concurrent Media, by Paul Sweeting on May 13th, 2015. Reproduction with his authorization. The Mayweather-Pacquiao fight shattered all previous records for a pay-per-view event,according to the official tally from HBO and Showtime, racking up 4.4 million buys in the U.S. worth more than $400 million. As we now know, it was too much of a good thing. A last-minute crush of orders KO’d many pay-TV operators’ ability to process them, forcing promoters to delay the start of the fight to give operators…
  • Cleeng is accelerating thanks to € 1.1M Series A funding

    Monika
    11 May 2015 | 9:21 am
    We’ve just raised raised €1,100,000 in a Series A round led by Pascal Cagni (Former General Manager and Vice President Apple EMEIA 2000-2012) bringing Cleeng’s total venture funding to €1.5 million to date. This funding round will support the heavily demanded international growth and further product development for our disruptive video e-commerce platform. To keep you up to date on our current progress:  We’re ranked #2 fastest growing in the European Tech5 by The Next Web 2014. We have recorded more than 500,000 user accounts in 170 countries. Within just  one year from…
  • What’s the future of PPV after the MayPac fight?

    Monika
    7 May 2015 | 3:30 am
    Source: USAtoday.com The Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight that happened on May 2nd was one of the biggest boxing events in history, not only for boxing fans, but also for the entire sports industry. For the first time, the online viewership smashed records for pay-per-view spending.   The PPV revenues are still being tallied, but they’re expected to soar past 5 million, with ticket prices that shaped up at $100 in the US, £35 in the UK, $10 in the Caribbean and $56 in the Philippines (2500 Pesos).  However, there’s far more that you can learn from the Maypac fight than just its obvious…
  • eCommerce ROI: 3 key steps to maximize it

    Monika
    29 Apr 2015 | 4:32 am
    Making money from e-commerce is not easy, but once you understand what turns your effort into sales, you will be good to go (and grow). ROI, or return on investment, is a must-do measurement for every business. It’s like a compass that navigates you through the market opportunities and helps you to edge you out of the market. For eCommerce companies, including live and on-demand video broadcasters, there are two key factors that impact their ROI:  Conversion rates, and refund rates. If you wish to maximize your growth, you will need to skyrocket your conversions while keeping the refunds…
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    Beats Music Now

  • Apple Positioning To Dominate Streaming Music

    dangellert
    4 May 2015 | 8:52 pm
    The Department Of Justice is rumored to be looking into Apple’s business practices concerning streaming music. Why would the DOJ be investigating? According to The Verge, Apple has been pushing the music labels to remove the free tier from streaming services. As Spotify negotiates to renew their licenses with music labels, Apple is lobbying music labels to not include a license for a free music tier anymore. If successful, this would greatly reduce the competition when Apple releases the new Beats Music. To date, Spotify is the most successful streaming service with 60 million users. 15…
  • Digital Stats On Music Not In Step With Artist Complaints

    dangellert
    17 Apr 2015 | 4:48 pm
    A 2014 global music report has been released by the IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry). For the first time, Digital revenue was the same as Physical (CD’s and vinyl) sales with each having a 46% share. Yes, digital sales and physical sales were both about $6.9 billion USD in 2014. Revenues from music subscription services grew by 39% and has reached 41 million paying subscribers, up from 8 million in 2010. In spite of the growth in streaming, downloads still account for slightly more than half (52%) of digital revenue. Downloading is down 8% from 2013 while…
  • Apple Music Streaming Debated In Europe

    dangellert
    10 Apr 2015 | 9:12 pm
    European regulators are investigating Apple for its plan to bundle music streaming with its existing iTunes platform. The speculation is that Apple will release their music streaming service, which is based on Beats Music, in June. Assuming subscription only, with no ad-supported tier, European regulators are “said to be concerned that the company will use its size, relationships and influence to persuade labels to abandon free, ad-supported services such as Spotify, which depend on licenses with music companies for their catalogues.” Spotify argues that its free ad-supported…
  • Tidal Brings Attention To Streaming Music

    dangellert
    9 Apr 2015 | 8:21 pm
    In October of 2014, Tidal HiFi launched in the U.S. offering CD quality audio (FLAC files at 1411 kbps) for $19.99 per month. Last week the musician Shawn “Jay Z” Carter bought Tidal’s parent company Aspiro for $56 million. Now, Tidal is offering two tiers. The Premium subscription costs $9.99/month and offers music at 320 kbps (same as Beats Music and Spotify). The HiFi subscription costs $19.99/month offering lossless quality audio. A free advertising supported tier is not available currently. Jay Z gave 16 artists a reported 3% equity stake in Tidal. He intends for the…
  • 2014 Streaming Music Statistics

    dangellert
    24 Mar 2015 | 8:47 pm
    Music Industry revenue statistics have been released for 2014. Read the RIAA full report here. Streaming music continues to be an ever-growing piece of the music industry. Highlights include: ⬥ Paying subscribers to on-demand music services in the U.S. have tripled since 2011. ⬥ The difference between digital downloads and streaming revenues has narrowed – streaming is approaching $2 billion while downloads have decreased to $2.6 billion. ⬥ United States paying subscribers grew 26% to 7.7 million in 2014. The whole pie looks like this:
 
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    SenaTechno

  • Guest Blogging Can Increase Your Web Traffic

    25 May 2015 | 11:03 am
    As I wrote in my article entitled "Getting More Traffic with Giving Award to Another Blog", in the last part I wrote "Exchanging article can be done to get backlinks Also". That means that one way to increase web traffic naturally is that you can open wide to the guest who will put the article in your blog as a Guest Blogging.Why I think it can improve web traffic?Guest Blogging PhilosophyWell, I will explain in mutualism effect, why is there a desire on both sides; one side would like to commend the article, on the other side want to put quality articles for free in your blog.Blog OwnerIf…
  • Placing Google CSE to Blogger Static Page

    23 May 2015 | 11:43 am
    One widget provided by Google is CSE (Custom Search Engine); a search widget that can be easily use to display the search results from your blog. If you have connected to Google Adsense, then with Google CSE (Custom Search Engine) can be set as the Search Engine Monetization by setting in the menu Make Money.Read more »
  • How To Keep Your Website Secure

    23 May 2015 | 2:59 am
    You may have never considered yourself a target for hackers. In fact, while reading this you may still believe that hackers only attack multinational tech companies and banks to steal money, right? Well, you may not be as safe as you assume.Read more »
  • Sending email from Google Sheets (Google Drive)

    21 May 2015 | 7:54 am
    Google Drive provides many facilities applications that can be used freely, as well as general file storage. One that has been often we use is Google Sheets. You can take advantage of this spreadsheet as a list to send emails automatically. If you already have a Gmail account, then you can directly access Google Drive here.Read more »
  • Getting Traffic with Giving Awards to Another Blog

    19 May 2015 | 5:58 am
    It occurred to me after reading a blog "blogingfunda" written by Mohinder Paul Verma, that it is important to reward the one who gave you the inspiration to write a blog so that you get satisfaction from the results you achieve. I think it can improve web traffic or blog naturally also, of course, with a few tricks which I will explain below.Read more »
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    Simon Staffans // Developing Media

  • The Difficult Client “You”

    Simon Staffans
    22 May 2015 | 3:15 am
    I’ve had a number of epiphanies over the past few days, mostly because I’ve spent almost every waking hour of those days in the company of a lot of highly intelligent and creative people in the form of the participants of the 2015 version of F/S (ForwardSlashStory). Among those epiphanies a couple stood out, however, one of them coming after having had a discussion about how to address your own work and your own productions. As I presented some of the things I’ve been working on, I felt more clearly than ever before that the projects that were my own were the ones that meant something…
  • Help your brilliant idea grow

    Simon Staffans
    8 May 2015 | 3:03 am
    As I wrote earlier, I’ve been working for a couple of different organizations helping them analyze projects and transmedia projects in particular over the past month. Looking beyond the debate (which has faded quite significantly, perhaps to the current non-buzzwordiness of the term) about what exactly should be considered ”transmedia”, some things have jumped out at me time and time again while reading projects plans and proposals, and interviewing the people behind them. Many have great ideas, good solid foundations for their projects. Many have a passion about what they are doing or…
  • Starting a project? Feeling less than sure? Read this.

    Simon Staffans
    28 Mar 2015 | 6:20 am
    These past couple of days I was kindly invited to BoostHBG, an organisation doing great things for the cross- and transmedia practicioners (and VR producers and short film producers etc and so on) in the south of Sweden. My mission was to help some projects a little bit further along the way to fruition. The projects were many and varied, ranging from the very much we’re-just-starting-this-idea-up-right-now to the ones that have been in the works for years and have many things already solidly in place. Thus, they all had different needs and different challenges and issues to tackle. Some…
  • The good and bad of failing

    Simon Staffans
    23 Mar 2015 | 1:27 pm
    Lately I’ve read a couple of articles on failing, which have echoed something I’ve felt for some time now. See, I’ve been preaching that failing is no disaster, that as long as we learn from our mistakes we shouldn’t be worried about not getting where we’re aiming to get. What I’m a bit worried about though – and what I’ve seen echoed elsewhere – is the growing notion that it’s become a sort of a badge of honor to fail, that failure can be a goal in itself. ”No biggie, I must’ve learnt something from this right?” There have also been a number of people I’ve talked…
  • Transmedia in 2015

    Simon Staffans
    5 Feb 2015 | 6:26 am
    I’ve been eagerly studying, creating, curating and producing in the transmedia vein for the past few years, ever since the cross-media me saw the light of transmedia storytelling in a conference room in Cardiff in the summer of 2010. I’ve taken part of all the different discussions on what transmedia really is and what it’s not, I had the privilege of attending the first Storyworld conference in San Fransisco (probably the best conference I’ve ever been at, in hindsight) and I’ve been blogging and interviewing about transmedia ever since. This, then, is a kind of a half-way check…
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    Bizarre Culture » Media

  • No Cameras Allowed: Watch a guy Crash 50 Music Festivals in This Documentary

    Bizarre Culture
    14 May 2015 | 3:55 pm
    No Cameras Allowed is a story of James Marcus Haney, a man who has crashed over 50 festivals and events, including Glastonbury, Bonnaroo, and Coachella, in addition to the Grammys. Haney, an aspiring filmmaker and photographer, turned his journey into a documentary, which was premiered last month on MTV. The full film is available to view online — watch below. Get More: No Cameras Allowed, Full Episodes The journey began at Coachella 2010, where penniless James first jumped the fence to watch his favourite band, hang out with friends and to meet a girl he really liked. Even though he…
  • HBO premieres trailer for Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck

    Bizarre Culture
    11 Mar 2015 | 6:59 pm
    HBO is set to release an in-depth documentary of the life of Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain. The film, executive produced by Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, will introduce never-before-seen footage of the artist as well as music that has never been released to the public, including a 12 minute acoustic song. The documentary is set to air May 4th. The post HBO premieres trailer for Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck appeared first on Bizarre Culture.
  • Game of Thrones Season 5: Bloodier than ever

    Jordan Dean
    9 Mar 2015 | 4:32 am
    WARNING: Possible season 1-4 spoilers. April sees the return of the award winning HBO show, Game of Thrones, now entering its fifth season. The show boasts the largest TV-show cast ever, which will grow even larger with the arrival of a host of new characters this season including the Martells of Dorne. The plot in the show is nearing the halfway point of the story that has already been told in George R.R. Martin’s books, however Martin seems oblivious to this and seems to be ignoring the pressure from fans to complete the next book, The Winds of Winter, not to mention its sequel. In…
  • House of Cards: 10 questions hanging over from the last season

    Jordan Dean
    26 Feb 2015 | 4:17 am
    Politics is often known to be scandalous, however I never thought a drama related to politics could be so intense that it would leave me binging for hours on end as soon as the new season is finally released onto Netflix. The Netflix original series, House of Cards, is the only series in the last few years that has managed to grip me as much as Games of Throne and Breaking Bad. One of the main reasons for the shows success is the superb central performance from Kevin Spacey (two Oscars, one BAFTA, one Golden Globe) who winds back the years with his brutal depiction of Frank Underwood, a…
  • 6 Google Chrome Extensions That Will Boost Your Productivity

    Bizarre Culture
    20 Jan 2015 | 1:15 pm
    Google’s Chrome browser is packed with thousands of extensions that add all sorts of functionality. Here are the 6 must have Google Chrome extensions for boosting your productivity: AdBlock Adblock is one of the most popular Google Chrome extensions, with over 15 million users. The extension removes the annoyance of banner advertisements from your web experience. If you don’t use Chrome, AdBlock also works with Safari, Opera and Firefox. Pocket Pocket, previously known as “Read It Later,” is used by over 12 million people to save articles, videos and any other goodies you…
 
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    HAPPe HOUR

  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : May 8, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    7 May 2015 | 4:39 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip for May 8, 2015 A couple days late but our nod to Star Wars Day, or more popularly know, “May the 4th Be With You”. Think it was a day that closet fans only celebrated, scroll through social media and you’ll find a bevy of major brands celebrating the day in their own way. Also if it wasn’t obvious already why May 4th is Star Wars Day, there is a website dedicated to answering just that question.
  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : March 27, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:18 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip March 27, 2015 “Even though you know “big data” is out there, you may not know the first step in what to do with it.” That’s according to Search Engine Watch. I’ve learned to not trust words that need to have quotes added around it, “big data” returns 16 million Google search results and has been mentioned over 250k times on Twitter over the past 30 days. It’s currently the king of buzzwords. The question shouldn’t be “what to do with it” it should be “do you understand the…
  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : March 20, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    19 Mar 2015 | 6:54 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip March 20, 2015 Wichita State or Indiana? Virginia or Belmont? Michigan State or Georgia? It must be mid-March if you find yourself contemplating these decisions. If you are thoroughly confused as to who to pick then turn to Bing for some guidance. Microsoft Bing is taking a leap into March Madness with a data partnership with the NCAA and according to them, “Bing will then turn those data points into actionable insights in order to help basketball fans build a winning bracket during the tournament.” I followed Bing’s advice and (as…
  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : March 6, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    5 Mar 2015 | 6:27 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip March 6, 2015 Lego my LEGO! iMedia Connection recently recognized LEGO as one of their “Brands with the Craziest Fans”. They recently achieved over 10 million page likes on Facebook, a feat that someone promised to tattoo Facebook on their forehead if they accomplished. There are more than 34 million pictures tagged with #LEGO on Instagram. With this type of hardcore following online it only made sense for us to feature them in a cartoon. From a brand that lost it’s way a few decades ago to a community manager’s dream…
  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : February 20, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    19 Feb 2015 | 7:04 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip February 20, 2015 “Step right up. You could get speedy broadband for $70 a month.” Sound too good to be true? Well the fine print says that you cannot opt out of web browsing tracking. Introducing GigaPower, the speedy broadband service from AT&T. You can get this service for $70, but if you opt out of being tracked then the price rises to $99 a month. According to AT&T the two pricing tiers “make it possible for customers to receive more relevant offers and advertising based on their browsing activity.” It follows the…
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    Online Digital Magazine Publishing Software | Subscriptions for Magazines

  • Ultimate Guide To Free Magazine Apps For iPad

    5 May 2015 | 3:25 am
    iPad is a great eReader to view magazines and newspapers, etc. In this article we will talk about the Free Magazine Apps for iPad and iPhone and what features they offer. Talking about today, iPad has been taken as a popular eReader and used by millions of people across the world to read newspapers, magazines, and other publications. Hence, to keep up their sales, each single vendor has made an iPad app. Since the introduction of iPad in the market, a lot of people looked this amazing piece of technology as a great danger to the paper printed publication, counting eminent magazines. But…
  • The Truth About iPad Publishing Software In Simple And Easy Words

    27 Apr 2015 | 4:35 am
    iPad Publishing Software can be considered a wonderful software to advertise your business and widen your customer base. So, what are you waiting for, let’s jump into the facts. If we compare the today’s world with the 60’s or the 70’s world, we can find a lot of changes and amendments. The majority of these transformations is a result of the budding technology. Further, digitization has brought revolution in the globe. Now if we want to gather any piece of information or knowledge which can simply log in to the internet and the news of the world can be seen on the screens of our…
  • Who Else Wants Android Magazine Apps ?

    17 Apr 2015 | 5:13 am
    Without any doubt, Android is a giant operating system. Business owners and publishers can utilize this colossal platform by launching Android Magazine Apps to reach new customers. Let’s discuss more. The technology and the World Wide Web have changed the manner people carry out a great deal of things. Nowadays, communication, sharing of knowledge, jobs, and practically all things can be carried out over the web. Devices have redesigned the day to day activities of people and lifestyle in multiple ways. Multi purpose smart phones and tablets have swapped the requirement of possessing…
  • iPad Magazine Publishing For A Better Tomorrow

    6 Apr 2015 | 3:33 am
    iPad Magazine Publishing has gained tremendous eminence since the iPads have taken the market by storm. In this article, we will discuss more on this topic. Seeing that more and more people now are turning to their web resources to gather knowledge instead of depending on their paper publications, the popularity of iPad Magazine Publishing has been growing. Apple’s iPad has come out as the one of the most popular e-readers in the market. It has multi-touch screen over and above lighting on the screen can be adjusted, which provides easy reading options at night. Further, not to mention…
  • The Story About iPad Magazine Publishing

    12 Mar 2015 | 5:21 am
    Keeping in view of the colossal market of the iPad, iPad Magazine Publishing meaning to say making their magazines available on iPads has become critically important. Let’s find out more. A great deal of corporations across the world has introduced iPad Magazine Publishing meaning to say making their digital magazines accessible through the iPad. And the users like the super cool features such as the video integration and other smart navigation techniques which is required by the fashion for iPad magazines. This is certainly a great move by the organizations as the number of iPad users are…
 
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    EVAN GILLOGLEY

  • Studying a Masters in London: Glasgow Caledonian University

    Evan
    8 May 2015 | 4:23 am
    GCU London – Derek Harper © I wanted to study in London as soon as possible. Here’s how I went about choosing Glasgow Caledonian University:   The Search Like many, I started my Masters search online. I ran through the list of universities on  the League tables.  I first stumbled upon Glasgow Caledonian University after noticing it offers January courses. Moreover, it allowed me to use my American 529 plan (make sure you check if your school qualifies). Most known universities, such as London School of Economics, Kings College, and Imperial College London, only offer Fall…
  • How Should You learn to Code?

    Evan
    25 Apr 2015 | 11:34 am
    Few discuss how to learn to code. I find that frustrating. So, I decided to answer the question. Here are my two cents:   Starting out It’s important to make sure you’re headed in the right direction when you jump into programming. Whether it’s Javascript, Ruby, Objective C, or Java, etc, you’ll deal with an amalgam of choices of languages and paths to take, but you’ve come to that point: You want to create something!   QUESTIONS: Is it necessary to quit your day job to learn to code? I struggled with this question. I first thought it was possible when…
  • Living as a Student in London for under $1000 per month

    Evan
    13 Feb 2015 | 8:40 am
    You’ve decided to leave Uncle Sam behind for the Queen, but you need to know how to save. London is expensive and there are plenty of loop-holes and tricks to make it affordable and, in some cases, really cheap. Below, I made a complete student guide on how to go to school and live in London for less than a $1,000 per month (dollars not pounds) London Tower Bridge – East London Travel Getting there: Plane flights and hotels are the cheapest in January – book using kayak.com – and fly on Wednesday or Tuesday. One way flights can go as low as $500 , $900 for return…
  • Sacramento Food & Nightlife for Millennials

    Evan
    7 Dec 2014 | 2:48 pm
      Need to find a great food spot or brewery in Sacramento? Take a look at this list of eateries, breweries, bars, clubs, and late night munchies to satisfy your food & drink cravings: Dinner (Aka Before heading to the bars): Hook & Ladder – $$$: A high end, yet relaxing, downtown eatery with good drinks, pizzas, pastas, and burgers. Sit outside in the back on a large wooden circular table with friends. You’ll have a great time planning your next move on the night out. Jacks Urban Eats – $: Want a full gourmet meal without paying a lot for it? Get large meat…
  • Build a Website in an Hour

    Evan
    29 Nov 2014 | 4:59 pm
    Follow these steps and you can build your website in an hour. Plus, You don’t need to know code to build a website. I think everyone should have one. If  you have $20, you can build it: Before You Starthere’s a quick break down of why you would want to build a site. BENEFITS: Get Noticed – Showcase your site to prospective employers or start your own business/blog Advertising Revenue from Google Adsense – Make money from advertising clicks. Some clicks can be more than $1 each! Share media/advice with friends Have Fun – get creative and express yourself! COST…
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    InPlayer » News/BlogInPlayer

  • Streaming Events For Raising Money And Awareness

    Dimitar Serafimov
    21 May 2015 | 7:02 am
    In a society where many people are already financially stretched, and charitable courses are continually vying for attention to secure the limited funds available, live streaming of catastrophes and appeals, has become a necessary and vital tool for many charities. People often respond with more emotion to something that they can see and hear, and immerse themselves in. Video has the ability to place the viewer in a particular place or circumstance, more than any other media. Also, there is a trend where enthusiasts organize specific fundraising events and stream them in order to raise…
  • Challenges In The OTT World

    Dimitar Serafimov
    20 May 2015 | 6:28 am
    Trends show that Over the Top (OTT) services that provide TV and other video content over an un-managed broadband connection are preferred by the tech-savvy population and are the drivers the cord-cutting revolution.  We have written some decent amount of posts on the emergence of  OTT providers and their success.  Now let’s discuss the upcoming challenges for those type of services and analyse the existing bottlenecks that still bother end-users and content providers. OTT is by no means a one-size-fits-all solution and there are many challenges that impact providers. Digital…
  • Video Streaming is Going to Rescue Music Streaming

    Dimitar Serafimov
    18 May 2015 | 6:06 am
    The 21st century ushered in an era of breakthrough technological revolution. Whether it’s the internet, cloud technology, or smartphones, technology has touched nearly every aspect of our life and has revolutionized businesses not imaginable before. One such evolving technology of the present millennium is Video on Demand (VOD) that allows you to access streaming video files on web browsers. Spotify and Vadio announced video services If you are into music, you would be glad to hear that Spotify is expected to announce a video offering at a May 20 event, which is this week. The popular…
  • Pay-per-View Video Economics: How Video Providers Can Become Profitable

    Dimitar Serafimov
    14 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    Earning money from Pay per View (PPV) is not a given, but it is highly achievable, given the right amount of research and dedication. One of the big secrets to making PPV profitable is to provide a product that people actually want. A lot of this is about knowing your potential audience, and what kind of content they are willing to pay for. An example of this is the recent Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao fight which made more than $410 million in PPV revenue for the HBO and Showtime partnership, despite being regarded as a disappointment by boxing experts. How is it possible that…
  • The Pro Sport Leagues Struggle To Deal With Meerkat And Periscope

    Dimitar Serafimov
    13 May 2015 | 3:42 am
    Online video streaming apps like Meerkat, TwitCasting, USstream, and Periscope are gaining increasing popularity in the U.S. These video streaming apps allow users to broadcast live videos online using their smartphones or tablets. Users can broadcast just about anything using these apps such as a simple view outside their homes to live TV shows or concerts. Not surprisingly, video streaming apps are drawing a lot of criticism, especially from the world of professional sports after some users illegally streamed Saturday’s Mayweather-Pacquiao fight using these apps. Cable operators were…
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  • How playing WoW for a solid year helped the cofounder of Glassdoor succeed

    25 May 2015 | 7:10 pm
    This is a long and winding story that started when Glassdoor cofounder and CEO Robert Hohman quit his job as president of Hotwire in order to play World of Warcraft full-time. Here’s how he describes it: I took a year off and played World of Warcraft. Every day. I would pat the kids on the … The post How playing WoW for a solid year helped the cofounder of Glassdoor succeed appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Infantile & all kinds of adorable: one baby boy band [video]

    25 May 2015 | 6:31 pm
    There isn't much babies do that isn't adorable (outside of crying and the stunning creations that show up in their diapers), but this little guy takes the cake as he embarks early on his boy band career. The post Infantile & all kinds of adorable: one baby boy band [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • 20 quotes honoring Memorial Day

    25 May 2015 | 10:28 am
    Around the country, flags flutter in the breeze, many of them on the graves of those who served their country. The post 20 quotes honoring Memorial Day appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • 10 unsung heroines of science

    25 May 2015 | 9:28 am
    As we try and encourage more and more young women to pursue their interest in STEM subjects, it helps to provide a range of women who paved the way, yet rarely get their day in the sun of science textbooks. The post 10 unsung heroines of science appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • 10 crazy trivia facts from Game of Thrones [video]

    25 May 2015 | 7:03 am
    Genealogical connections to Charlie Chaplin? Inspiration from Stephen Colbert? The post 10 crazy trivia facts from Game of Thrones [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
 
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  • i-rocks Golem Series K50E gaming keyboard

    Stefan Mileschin
    25 May 2015 | 2:58 am
    Although we do love a good mechanical keyboard here at KitGuru, we’re not blind to the fact that it is not the only way to do things. There are of course traditional membrane, rubber done keys and the more laptop orientated scissor switch, a modified version of which is what i-rocks has utilised in its new Golem Series K50E board. It has quite a standard look compared to the average LED festooned
  • Microsoft tried to bully UK government

    Stefan Mileschin
    25 May 2015 | 2:58 am
    A report said that Microsoft put pressure on the UK government after the Conservative Party said it would move government computers to use open source software. According to Bloomberg, Steve Hilton, David Cameron’s former director of strategy, said earlier this week Microsoft stepped up lobbying at Westminster. Hilton said, according to the report, that Microsoft phoned Tory MPs with Microso
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Launch Imminent

    Stefan Mileschin
    25 May 2015 | 2:57 am
    NVIDIA is ready with a new high-end graphics card that will be slotted between the GeForce GTX 980 and the GeForce GTX TITAN-X, in its product stack. The GeForce GTX 980 Ti, as it's being called, will launch within the next couple of weeks, and will be based on the company's GM200 silicon. The core-configuration of this chip remains unknown, but it is rumored to feature 6 GB of GDDR5 memory, half
  • Microsoft reacts to Chromebook challenge

    Stefan Mileschin
    25 May 2015 | 2:57 am
    Yesterday we reported that sales of Chromebooks using the ChromeOS are beginning to take off worldwide and challenging sales of Windows based notebooks. But the Redmond software giant is not sitting back and watching revenues drop passively, according to a report. Digitimes said that Microsoft has struck deals with Taiwanese original design manufacturers (ODMs), who will introduce Windows no
  • Google heads list of 16 companies trying to kill passwords

    Stefan Mileschin
    25 May 2015 | 2:56 am
    People don't put enough thought into passwords because it's a pain, but that creates security problems for the whole internet. Google, Microsoft and others in the FIDO Alliance want to replace passwords with fingerprint scanning and other techniques,... http://www.engadget.com/2015/05/22/f...=rss_truncated
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    Rocks Digital

  • How To Optimize Your Content [Audio]

    Lissa Duty
    22 May 2015 | 2:45 pm
    Explore Optimizing Your Content Listen Now on Rocks Digital Audio Network “Six Steps to Optimize Your Content” Content Contributor: Bernadette Coleman Host: Lissa Duty She will explore: Integrating Keyword Focus Into Your Content Using Links, Headlines and Images Formatting Your Content for Readability and Shareability Six Steps to Optimize Your #Content by @BernieColeman #RocksDigital #Audio #PodcastClick To Tweet Subscribe via email, RSS, iTunes or Stitcher. Access the archives. The post How To Optimize Your Content [Audio] appeared first on Rocks Digital.
  • LinkedIn Best Practice: How To Send a Connection Request the Right Way

    Lissa Duty
    22 May 2015 | 9:55 am
    Before we dive right into the best way to send a LinkedIn connection request, you need to know this—please do not go out and invite anyone into your network until you have filled out a good portion of your LinkedIn® Profile. The reason? You can never redo that first impression. If you haven’t optimized your LinkedIn Profile you must start there first. LinkedIn has well-grounded roots in the job search market, as well as being a professional resource for connections with prospective clients and customers. LinkedIn is by far the world’s largest Rolodex, with over 300 million users…
  • Stop Working Late: Learn How to Delegate! [Audio]

    John Nosal
    21 May 2015 | 2:18 pm
    Stop Working Late: Explore How to Delegate! Listen Now on Rocks Digital Audio Network “Clean Your Plate: Learn How to Delegate” Content Contributor: Laura Darkstar Host: John Nosal He will explore: The Positive Implications of Delegating How to Identify What to Delegate Who to Delegate Projects to #BizTip: Listening to “How to Delegate” by @LauraDarkstar #RocksDigital #Audio #PodcastClick To Tweet Subscribe via email, RSS, iTunes or Stitcher. Access the archives. The post Stop Working Late: Learn How to Delegate! [Audio] appeared first on Rocks Digital.
  • Newsjacking Done Right, Wrong and How to Avoid Disasters! [Audio]

    Lissa Duty
    20 May 2015 | 2:47 pm
    Explore the Successes and Failures of Newsjacking! Listen Now on Rocks Digital Audio Network “Newsjacking Can Be Good For Your Brand If Done Right, Or It Can Be Tragic!” Content Contributor: Clara Mathews Host: Lissa Duty She will explore: Newsjacking Done Right Newsjacking Done Wrong How to Avoid Newsjacking Disasters Listening to #Newsjacking Done Right and Wrong by @ClarbelaMedia #RocksDigital #Audio #PodcastClick To Tweet Subscribe via email, RSS, iTunes or Stitcher. Access the archives. The post Newsjacking Done Right, Wrong and How to Avoid Disasters! [Audio] appeared…
  • Overcome Your Kryptonite: Three Self-Defeating Business Strategies

    Anthony Ryan
    19 May 2015 | 10:58 am
    So what does kryptonite have to do with self-defeating business strategies? After all, you are a SUPER amazing businessperson, network a ton and people seem to love you. You offer great products and services and you consider yourself a SUPER entrepreneur. We all have at least one or two self-defeating business strategies that keeps us from being SUPER every day. One of the world’s favorite superheroes is Superman. As SUPER and amazing as Superman was, he still had a weakness that made him not so super. This weakness was kryptonite, a little green rock. When he was exposed to it, all of his…
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    Vlog Nation

  • 4 Ways to Make Your YouTube Channel More Popular

    Vlog Nation
    21 May 2015 | 10:40 am
    Do you ever wonder how really successful YouTube channels get so popular? Most YouTubers don’t get “discovered” overnight and go viral by morning. However, just by focusing on your vlogging niche (which should be something you’re passionate about and enjoy doing) and implementing effective promotional strategies, you can make your YouTube channel significantly more popular. In this post, we’ll go over 4 vlog marketing tips to help grow your vlogging channel. Collaborate With Other Vloggers To start off, reach out to other YouTube vloggers who upload related and relevant…
  • How to Choose the Right Vlog Topics and Niche

    Vlog Nation
    20 May 2015 | 11:23 am
    If you’re thinking about starting a vlog channel, you’ll need to decide what topics you’re going to vlog about. After all, there are a lot of options out there. You could start a vlog channel about fitness tips, beauty products, movie reviews, and much more. The possibilities are endless, but, how do you choose the type of vlogging topics and niche that’s perfect for you, your personality, and your interests. Let’s explore how you can narrow your choices down and choose the right niche and the right vlog topics for you. Do You Have an Interest? First of all, what are you interested…
  • How to Promote Your YouTube Channel on Social Media

    Vlog Nation
    16 May 2015 | 12:16 am
    Getting more views and subscribers on YouTube is not a complicated process. While it can seem difficult (or just like it’s purely a matter of luck) to a lot of people, if you know how to promote your YouTube channel and your vlogs on social media, you’ll watch your views and subscriptions jump dramatically. Just follow a few best practices and tips for using Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites for your vlogging channel, and you’ll be on your way! Give Viewers a Reason to Follow You on Social Media First of all, you need to give your YouTube viewers a reason to follow you on…
  • How to Promote Your YouTube Vlog Channel on Online Forums

    Vlog Nation
    13 May 2015 | 4:45 pm
    Promoting Your YouTube Channel on Forums Online forums are great places to get to know your audience and promote your YouTube channel. The right forum, dedicated to the kinds of topics that you vlog about, will be full of people who will enjoy your posts and contribute meaningful, positive feedback in the comments and on your social media presences, too. All that said, you cannot just show up in a forum and spam everyone with links to your YouTube videos. This is unethical, and it’s a good way to get banned from the forum. Not only that, but it’s also a good way to get a reputation as a…
  • 5 Ways to Use YouTube Vlogs for Business

    Vlog Nation
    11 May 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Video is the most engaging medium available online today. If you want your prospects and customers to retain the information you give them, and if you want to build an emotional bond between your brand and your customers, you really should consider vlogging on YouTube. Just by starting a YouTube channel for your business and filling it with fun, interesting, and informative vlogs related to your company, you can give your customers a sense that they really know you and that they can trust you and your products or services. Here are five ideas for vlogs that can build customer loyalty and help…
 
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    NewsEpapers

  • Newsday

    Sunil
    24 May 2015 | 9:21 pm
    Newsday Daily Newspaper Owned By: Cablevision Editions : Melville (Headquarters), Suffolk, Nassau Language : English Epaper URL : http://www.newsday.com/ Country : United States of America About the Newspaper It is one of the leading American newspapers, serving the regions of New York and Long Island. Established back in 1940, it found it’s place in print media as the 11th largest circulating newspaper. Along with the popularity among the masses, it also received numerous titles and awards including 19 Pulitzer prizes. It currently covers different columns like Sports, Finance,…
  • Union Daily Times

    Sunil
    24 May 2015 | 8:43 pm
     Union Daily Times Daily Newspaper Owned By: Not Known Editions : Union, SC Language : English Epaper URL : http://www.uniondailytimes.com/ Country : USA About the Newspaper It is a dedicated regional newspaper serving Union County, which has a long and illustrious history dating back to the year 1850. After more than 162 years of it’s reign in regional print media, it has recently adopted digital format and also offers an e-Paper edition to cater to the online readers. It has separate features for Sports, Obituaries, Classifieds, Business, Finance, e.t.c. It also conducts opinion…
  • The Dallas Morning News

    Sunil
    24 May 2015 | 8:33 pm
    The Dallas Morning News daily Newspaper Owned By: A.H.Belo Corporation Editions : Dallas Language : English Epaper URL : http://www.dallasnews.com/ Country : United States Of America About the Newspaper Founded on October 1,1885 as a satellite publication of Galveston Daily News, It is one of the largest circulated newspapers in the region today. It is headquartered at Downtown, Dallas which is the epicenter for it’s activities. This newspaper has won many accolades for it’s excellence in reporting and photography (Pulitzer Price), George Polk award for educational reporting and…
  • The Morning Bulletin

    Sunil
    8 May 2015 | 10:47 am
    The Morning Bulletin Daily Newspaper Owned By: APN News and Media Editions : Rockhampton Language : English Epaper URL : http://www.themorningbulletin.com.au/ Country : Australia About the Newspaper It is an Australian Newspaper which was launched in 1861, to cover regional events and current affairs of Rockhampton and surrounding areas of Queensland. It is the second oldest newspaper in the region completing centuries. It is yet another publication from the house of APN News and Media, a media giant based in Australia. This newspaper also publishes some off-beat content like Personal…
  • Daily Mercury

    Sunil
    8 May 2015 | 10:47 am
    Daily Mercury daily Newspaper Owned By: APN News and Media Editions : Mackay, Queensland Language : English Epaper URL : http://www.dailymercury.com.au/ Country : Australia About the Newspaper Coming from the line of APN News & Media, It is the only Australian newspaper serving the Mackay region of Queensland. APN is one of the leading publisher in Australia and owns a majority of regional newspapers in Queensland. This newspaper has a great following in the market which is evident by its circulation figures. It covers different categories like national and international, sports,…
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    Kreata Global Blog

  • Facebook unveils Instant Articles for a faster, better reading experience

    Kreata
    18 May 2015 | 5:05 am
    Millions of internet users across the globe get their daily dose of online news through Facebook. It takes about eight seconds for a news article to load on a phone under the existing system. For a mobile user, these eight seconds seem like eternity. As a solution, Facebook has introduced Instant Articles, which offers news [...]
  • Why have my Facebook likes decreased?

    admin
    25 Mar 2015 | 5:17 am
    Read about why Facebook’s update on decreasing page likes is a blessing in disguise Facebook has always made sure its users are engaged with relevant content. Taking another step towards this, the social media giants recently announced a new update to remove ‘memorialized or deactivated accounts from Page Likes counts. This means that likes from [...]
  • How the acquisition of “The Find” will improve retargeting ads on Facebook

    Deepan Parameswar
    19 Mar 2015 | 4:27 am
    Do you feel bombarded by ads of products that you have once searched for and later purchased? You can now heave a sigh of relief as it is going to end soon, at least on Facebook. The social network acquired “The Find” last week, which is a discovery shopping search engine. Facebook will shut the [...]
  • Digital Marketing in Middle East: Five trends that matter in 2015

    Mohammed Shahid
    4 Mar 2015 | 2:06 am
    Change is the only constant. And if you are into digital media marketing, your only option is to move quickly and adapt to changes before others, who are also trying to target the same audience, do it. Middle East is not a single market; it consists of several markets with audiences from different nationalities, different [...]
  • Facebook Product Ads – Better opportunities for e-tailers and tough competition for Google

    Deepan Parameswar
    26 Feb 2015 | 3:15 am
    The recent launch of the new Facebook Product Ads has come as a solution for businesses that want to promote multiple products across all the devices their customers use. As per a press release by Facebook, businesses can showcase more products and people on Facebook can discover more relevant products with Product Ads. Product Ads [...]
 
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    David Morris HDIP Creative Multimedia Programming 2015

  • iBook Assignment

    dmossey79
    9 May 2015 | 9:41 am
    We were broken into groups of four for our an assignment where we had to create an ibook. We were each given a role, Project manager, UX designer, UI designer and iBook Author. We were given the brief to create an ibook that would be targetted at a 5-7 year old boy or girl and would be around how to look after your pet. We chose a Monkey and through alot of collaboration and team work we were able to create an ibook. Screenshots will be added soon.
  • Web of Devices

    dmossey79
    5 May 2015 | 5:39 am
    Introduction The term web of devices is also known as the internet of things (IoT), consisting of a large number of devices all connected to the internet. As more and more devices come on the market with internet capabilities, we move more and more to a state where all these devices will be able to communicate with each other over the internet. Current examples of these new devices include smart thermostat systems and washer/dryers that utilize Wi-Fi for remote monitoring. Car’s now have internet capabilities. Health monitoring devices can range from blood pressure and heart rate monitors…
  • Flash Animated CV

    dmossey79
    5 May 2015 | 2:06 am
    In the Interactive Multimedia module we were given the brief of creating a flash animation of the graphical CV’s we created. The whole flash movie is made up of 2004 frames, countless layers, movies and buttons. The animation is based on this. Here are some screen shots of what I created. Firstly I decided to add a nice image as a backdrop, as I think it brings the whole thing to life espeacially for an animation. Animated Infographic CV So when the animation starts I have the title tab zoom in, once it’s fully zoomed in, it becomes a button which when clicked zooms back out into…
  • FYP – An Infographic Website – The human microbiome

    dmossey79
    2 May 2015 | 10:53 am
    Conclusions ____ As well as learning a great deal about the Human Microbiome, which I knew very little about at the start of this project, I’ve learned to create a working website from a concept, right through design, development and onto the testing stage. Not only have I learned to create a website but I’ve learned how to incorporate media on a website such as video and flash movies. My design skills are considerably better now, as I now understand the various concepts involved. Design The importance of good planning at the start is now very obvious to me as I had to radically change my…
  • FYP completed!!

    dmossey79
    1 May 2015 | 3:25 pm
    Finally got my FYP project completed today. This project was chosen from the RSA Student Design Awards brief Human by Nature. Brief was to “Design a means of encouraging people to take care of their own human microbiome (the community of beneficial microbes that live inside our bodies).” So how did I go about this? -I was very interested in creating an infographic website. I’ve come across a lot of them and thought they were very cool and interesting. So I wanted to learn how they are made. This brief seemed to be the most suited to that as I found a lot of text based information…
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    Pulp Strategy

  • Target your audience with Facebook’s extended location targeting

    Marketing Munshi
    15 May 2015 | 4:18 am
    Geo-targeting has always helped marketers reach the right set of target audiences without much hassle. Facebook too, is enthusiastic about enabling marketers to reach their target audience based on the location. This is a useful feature, especially if you are a local business. Geo-targeting allows you to selectively publish your content for a particular chosen geographical area than to the whole world. To strengthen location or geo-targeting, Facebook now enables you to target users based on specific fields like addresses. All you need to do is enter a physical address or geographic location…
  • Community Building is Healthy for Your Digital Presence

    Marketing Munshi
    8 May 2015 | 6:12 am
    Marketing is thinking beyond money. When you start designing your marketing strategy on this note, then deriving marketing goals and tactics become easy and achieving those goals becomes a believable job. Another important aspect of good marketing is authenticity. Your product can be the best in the world but it will go waste if you are unable to connect with people. You have to treat your customers and team like real people and establish a strong connection that they choose you from the existing clutter of similar products. That is what exactly holds true for digital marketing as well.
  • 4 ways that will help you deliver a great consumer experience on social media

    Digital Wanderer
    1 May 2015 | 5:43 am
    A rich client experience is an essential giveaway for every organization that uses social media to reach both the existing and potential consumers. The customer today expects a quick acknowledgement and resolution to his issues. This has made social media yet another important avenue for customers to reach brands. A study by State of Inbound Marketing in 2012 revealed that social media has a 100% higher lead-to-close rate than outbound marketing. Also, a report of 2012 revealed that 77% of B2C companies and 43% of B2B companies used Facebook to acquire new customers. Another study revealed…
  • Social Media Analytics is essential to pave your way to digital success

    Digital Wanderer
    27 Apr 2015 | 6:17 am
    In the era, when social media is increasingly becoming a genuine extension of websites from being a standalone entity, the use of social media analytics is also critical to assess and guide the social media strategy. However, most of us think that spending quality time on social media is enough and spending more time to track and analyze what we do there is not required. What we fail to understand is that to get quality business leads through social media avenues, tracking your activities on these media is essential. It helps you evaluate what is working out for you and what is taking you…
  • The Curious Case of #BubbaMissing

    Ambika Sharma
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:45 am
    Effective marketing, paid or unpaid, backs winning brand stories. While, paid marketing gets you instant results in numbers, organic marketing is what sustains the activity and amplifies the reach. No matter how old-school organic marketing may appear to marketers today, it still proves to be a less cost-intensive method which helps seed positive sentiment in consumers and raise conversation levels within the target audience. Given that it is usually a slow paced process, it is generally on the backburner and paid marketing takes the front line. However, marketers need to relate organic…
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    Digital Punlishing Trends | DP Trends

  • Advantages Of Having The Best iPad Magazine Apps

    admin
    5 May 2015 | 3:56 am
    Best iPad Magazine Apps would not only help you to bring your content to the iPads but also make an engaging impact on your readers. In this article we will discuss this thing in details. Can we see a day in the future where we would no longer see the paper printed publications in the market. May be it will happen or maybe won’t. Without any doubt, the market of digital publications is continuously expanding and very soon it will outshine the market of its paper counterparts. All colossal publishers are attempting their best to take over this ground of publications by making digital…
  • Apple Magazine App – Digitize Your Content for iPad

    admin
    4 May 2015 | 5:24 am
    Digitizing your content is the requirement of today. Thanks to loads of magazine apps, for instance, Apple Magazine App, etc., which are accessible over the web at cost-effective prices and which easily digitize your publications. Let’s find out more. When you would like to go green and want to give your contribution to save our beloved Environment, you can go digital and provide a helping hand in an attempt to curtail tree logging and more. Now a lot of magazine apps are easily accessible in the virtual market, which can digitize your brochures, catalogs, newspapers, directories, eBooks,…
  • Tablet Publishing Software – A Part Of Amazing Digital Publishing Technology

    admin
    27 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Digital publishing technology typically involves the usage of Tablet Publishing Software, Mobile Publishing Software, and the desktop publishing software. In this article we will discuss more about this amazing publishing technology. The miracles of the technology and the internet have touched almost each life and profession. One crucial part of such great technologies are the digital publishing, which changed the day to day lives of people. Because of the wide usage of digital publications, people now are no longer required to depend on traditional publications which are no-doubt the paper…
  • Who Else Wants Android Magazine Apps ?

    admin
    14 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Without any doubt, Android is a giant operating system. Business owners and publishers can utilize this colossal platform by launching Android Magazine Apps to reach new customers. Let’s discuss more. The technology and the World Wide Web have changed the manner people carry out a great deal of things. Nowadays, communication, sharing of knowledge, jobs, and practically all things can be carried out over the web. Devices have redesigned the day to day activities of people and lifestyle in multiple ways. Multi purpose smart phones and tablets have swapped the requirement of possessing…
  • Why Online Catalog Software Applications Are Important ?

    admin
    9 Apr 2015 | 3:41 am
    Online Catalog Software applications are the easy option to make your catalogs impressive. In this article we will discuss about the benefits of this software and online cataloging. In this world of technology, things are available with a touch on the screen or a click on the button. So to compete in this world where the competition is extremely stiff, it is important that you should walk shoulder to shoulder with the technology and make use of the internet to grow your business. You should mark your online presence in a style and in a more organized way.  One of the best and cheapest way to…
 
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