Last month we sent out a simple poll asking our social network what their favorite type of change was. The overwhelming favorite was a change of perspective. I love this. Often in life, we can’t immediately change our circumstances. The salon can’t always fit us in when we need a side shave. We have to […]
If you think Spotify is a gift from god, and you get most of your news from AdAge, then you’re a lot like me. Music and advertising have the power to derive emotion and influence their audience in powerful ways. Combine the two, and that is a serious force to be reckoned with. Here are […]
Times are changing and one brand has ousted a 13-year leader in having the “world’s most valuable brand.” Since 2000, Coca-Cola has held that title, but chances are, it’s not going to be a surprise who took the # 1 spot: Apple. The rate at which Apple rose to number one is astounding. Just two […]
If you are a business and have not yet realized how many people are visiting your website via mobile devices and tablets, you must take a look at your analytics.
Siri is iPhone’s new personal assistant, and she’s a witty gal! Perhaps too witty for some. Here is a list of some of her more……eloquent and life-like responses…
Apple recording the position of your iPhone or 3G iPad into a hidden file.
With Facebook stating that more than 100 million tags are made a day, the goal with this new feature is to streamline the process.
Between this and more, you don’t have to look too far to realize that we are truly living in a golden age for mobility.
Apple hasn’t commented much (yet) on why they are so quick to pull the plug on the iPad 2.
Skype announced plans to roll-out advertising for a limited number of advertisers.
Apple explains overhead problems with Flash, but to me it looks like the bigger issue is that they butt heads over their leading competition (Flash).
Microsoft has been lagging (both in business and perception) behind Google and Apple. They have a new interesting approach to get people interested in trying Bing, but in traditional Microsoft fashion, I am thoroughly confused by their approach.