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 […]
Each year, UK department store Fenwick puts on a very popular Christmas window display in Newcastle. But somehow a shop across the street is getting all the buzz.
This Twitter thread from Princeton history prof and author Kevin Kruse is a must-read history lesson for communications pros—and on the day before election day here in the US it’s a must-read for everybody.
There are pop-up shops. And pop-up restaurants. And now, a pop-up email newsletter.
I used to think there were two kinds of pre-roll ads (you know, those video ads that play before videos on the web). The really irritating ones that make me wish the internet was never invented (99.9 percent of them) and the ones I actually want to watch past the the moment when the little buttons changes from “you can skip this ad in 5 seconds” to “skip ad” (0.1 percent). Turns out there’s a third kind. It’s very very rare.
This line from Sapna Maheshwari’s interesting NYT piece says it all: “The data showed Clorox which ZIP codes around the country had increases in fevers. The company then directed more ads to those areas, assuming that households there may be in the market for products like its disinfecting wipes.”