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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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Being creative in She-left-you">Being creative in She-left-you

March 9th, 2012 · No Comments · creativity

Cre­at­ive Sum­mit is held in the North of Sweden dur­ing two days in June. Great minds from all over the world will gath­er to share, talk and think about how the com­mu­nic­a­tion industry will evolve in the future.
Will I be see­ing you there?

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This is Important!">This is Important!

January 18th, 2012 · No Comments · creativity, social media

Clay Shirky explains the real prob­lem with the SOPA/PIPA bill that the US Con­gress is about to make into a legis­la­tion that threatens to close down the Inter­net.

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Curiosity killed the cat …Not!">Curiosity killed the cat …Not!

November 8th, 2011 · No Comments · creativity, strategy, trends & scenarios

143 x served & 60 x viewedNo, curi­os­ity is some­thing good. Today there’s even talk about not killing young children’s curi­os­ity dur­ing their first school years. Amaz­ing if that will hap­pen with­in reas­on­able time… Per­son­ally, I am devoted to make a liv­ing from my curi­os­ity. People used to say that “I don’t want to die […]

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Life-long learning">Life-long learning

April 18th, 2011 · No Comments · creativity, social media

Our ways of learn­ing are chan­ging, but it seems that not every­one is aware. Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown describe in their new book A New Cul­ture of Learn­ing: Cul­tiv­at­ing the Ima­gin­a­tion for a World of Con­stant Change, how a new type of learn­ing takes place without books, teach­ers and classrooms.

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Marketing and Social Media Trends">Marketing and Social Media Trends

March 22nd, 2011 · No Comments · marketing, social media

130 x served & 24 x viewed­In his blog on influ­en­tial mar­ket­ing, Rohit Bhar­gava who works at Ogilvy has lis­ted 15 social media trends that are chan­ging the world of mar­ket­ing. I espe­cially favour his No. 1 Likeo­nom­ics that shows how a Like by the right per­son on a Face­book page may mean more than […]

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Stuff that doesn’t work – yet">Stuff that doesn’t work – yet

January 13th, 2011 · No Comments · innovation & management

183 x served & 67 x viewedI just remembered a really inspir­ing talk at Guldäggs­dagarna 2010. This was almost a year ago, but I believe it is still well worth shar­ing. Click image to play video. Faris Yakob was Chief Tech­no­logy Strategist of McCann Erikson in New York, and is today Chief Innov­a­tion Officer at […]

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Crowd-Accelerated Innovation">Crowd-Accelerated Innovation

December 29th, 2010 · No Comments · innovation & management

121 x served & 16 x viewed­Chris Ander­son taught me a new concept: Crowd-Accel­er­­ated Innov­a­tion. Three thing are needed for this: a (big) crowd, light (open vis­ib­il­ity) and desire. This is most eas­ily achieved by util­ising web video such as You­Tube, where it is pos­sible to real­ise glob­al innov­a­tion. It is how­ever my strong belief […]

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What is a book, actually?">What is a book, actually?

October 19th, 2010 · No Comments · eBooks & eReaders

121 x served & 28 x viewedI believe that the book as an arte­fact has a very strong notion with most people. “I would nev­er read a book on a crappy screen” may still today be heard from a major­ity of people. IDEO has recently pub­lished a video show­ing three dif­fer­ent con­cepts of future book […]

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