Mike Morrison, a PhD student at the University of Michigan, knows what’s up. He is trying to change the way scientists present information. That’s good.
Data can be very emotional. The graphics in this opinion piece in The New York Times (h/t Kristin) might break your heart—or make your blood boil. In the section highlighted below, you can read geo-tagged excerpts of calls to 911.
This past Memorial Day I found myself on YouTube and came across one of the rare pre-roll ads that didn’t have me pressing the “skip ad” as quickly as possible. I watched till the end. And it stuck with me. It’s a really nice idea from Budweiser. And well done too. I appreciate how the […]
Who on earth let this happen?
This is amazing. It’s so simple. And funny. And relatable. And effective. And it must have cost almost nothing to make. BTW, we haven’t featured a recruiting video here for some time. I think this was the last one. Much less simple. Also great given its target audience.
I really want to get a Lightform kit and start playing around with it. The San Francisco company calls their tech “projected augmented reality” which is kinda a mouthful and … whatever… their Instagram feed is what sold me.
This is just cool: two blind brothers launch a clothing brand and donate profits toward research into curing their rare disease. Even cooler: for the holidays, they’re selling products that you can’t see before they arrive on your doorstep.
reMarkable tablet (BTW I have one and love it) have a handful of videos on their YouTube channel. A couple, from a year ago, have about 800K – 1M views. And one that dropped just two days ago already has almost 700K views. That’s viral. I think it’s happening because the video captures the zeitgeist […]