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Unbreakable?">Unbreakable?

July 18th, 2012 · No Comments · creativity, digital media, eBooks & eReaders

333 x served & 51 x viewedSam­sung Galaxy has shown a new type of dis­play that can fold into two or four parts and can take the bang of a ham­mer without break­ing. The thin bend­able dis­play is (sup­posed to be) made of a graphene AMOLED mater­i­al that make it flex­ible and thin as a […]

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Clever usage of Mag+">Clever usage of Mag+

June 7th, 2012 · No Comments · creativity, digital media

349 x served & 69 x viewedI have had the priv­ilege of super­vising two clev­er stu­dents on a thes­is for the Bach­el­or Degree in Graph­ic Arts Tech­no­logy at the Dalarna Uni­ver­sity. The pair of them, Kim Car­los Rehn and Agnes Forsell have addressed the top­ic Advert­ising in digit­al magazines: Place­ment and design of ads in […]

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No more bowling…">No more bowling…

April 3rd, 2012 · No Comments · creativity, digital media, marketing

386 x served & 77 x viewed­Ninni Lindertz, Seni­or Mar­ket­ing Strategist at Face­book Nor­d­ic, gave an inspir­a­tion­al talk at the “Guldäg­get inspirerar” event. Ninni put for­ward bowl­ing as an example of how mar­ket­ing used to be done. Tak­ing a full-size bowl­ing ball and try­ing to strike down as many pins as pos­sible in one go. […]

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How the mighty fall…?">How the mighty fall…?

January 26th, 2012 · No Comments · digital media, innovation & management, printing & publishing

Oh yes, Kodak missed the oppor­tun­ity to prosper from their innov­a­tions in digit­al ima­ging and the digit­al cam­era. So how come they didn’t see what was com­ing? I guess they were stuck in their old busi­ness mod­el of mak­ing film that had made them a for­tune. When you’re feel­ing com­fort­able with the old and the old still brings in some money, it seems impossible to look up and get a grasp of the long view. At least not without tak­ing help from a out­sider that isn’t trapped in the present.

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