Archive for April, 2010

‘A hunch is creativity trying to tell you something.’ – Frank Capra

HBR have a new article that contains a reference to how it’s possible to generate better insights when you notice Weak Activations. And how emotional states affect our business performance. Read the article: HERE

Hulu have reportedly been unable to secure interest from ITV in the UK. And Channel 4 and FIVE’s existing video-on-demand agreements appear to preclude them from supplying content for Hulu. However Five is reportedly expanding its digital team and seeking deals with games consoles and TV manufacturers to become a key destination for video-on-demand. So […]

As Twitter approach the 1 billion SMS Tweet level per month, from its 105 million registered users; the company today announced the acquisition of Cloudhopper for an undisclosed sum. Twitter have worked with Cloudhopper for nearly 9 months, using the service to grow faster and develop connections with mobile networks worldwide. The acquisition will see […]

An interesting glimpse into the meaning of different colours across 10 different cultures: HERE Fast Company have a wealth of infographics. Well worth a check.

The University of the Arts in London, known as St Martins, has an intersting mix of post-grad courses for communication design, innovation management and creative practice for narrative environments: HERE

I’m thinking about the role of Mirror, or Empathy, Neurons for a brand activation project. A little info on Empathy Neurons: HERE


I’m finding use for this week. Particularly the news that online video ad spending is forecast to reach $4.6 billion in 2013, up from $587 million in 2008. More Info: HERE

“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” – Albert Einstein

I’ve recently ordered a new cover from GelaSkins and the artwork options they offer are so appealing I thought them worth a mention. Visit GelaSkins: HERE Some examples of the designs that provide some protection and style for your iPhone, iPad, iPod or Mac Book: