Steve Jobs’ death marks a sad day for the industry – and for the millions of people whose relationship with technology and devices has been profoundly changed by his visionary thinking.
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It’s not going to be big – it’s going to be huge. That’s what Ynon Kreiz, CEO of the Endemol Group, thought about Social TV when he told the audience at the Digital Life Design (DLD) conference back in January 2011 to leave the room and to start working on the future of TV right [...]
To continue where I left off yesterday, we also asked the participants of a ConsumerLab study among Swedish teenagers to describe different Facebook personalities. Here’s what we found.
You are probably a Facebook member and have heard about all the changes the platform announced last week. But have you reflected about how new rules and manners are developing as the service matures? According to a recent study conducted by ConsumerLab among Swedish teenagers, a rulebook for Facebook is crucial.
I recently read an interesting post on the Televisionary blog about how the way we watch TV is changing dramatically with the advent of new and exciting devices.
On Tuesday, Patti Smith and The Kronos Quartet received the Polar Prize. I was there. She was commended for transforming the way “an entire generation looks, thinks and dreams.” It got me thinking about how the music industry has changed since her time, and how people really do have the power.
Thomas Hobbes once described the life of man, solidary, poor, nasty, brutish and short.
Today, June 20, is World Refugee Day. The UN High Commission for Refugees is encouraging everyone to do one thing to support the refugee cause.
In 2020, it is estimated that some 4.25 billion people will be under the age of 34. This will be a majority of the people living on our planet.
We live in a visual world. In fact the world has never before produced as many images, moving pictures and commercials as our eyes meet every day.