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Flexible Screen Technology

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It’s almost here.  Imagine screens that are bendable, twistable, almost paper thin and practically indestructible.  All sizes from the palm of your hand to a roll out wall sized screen.  Even transparent as well as plyable. “Big deal.  So you can bend ‘em.” you say?  Well I tell you to think again. Start small.  Everyone [...]

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Getting Physical With Social Media

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Sorry kids. I’m not talking about the latest trend in Facebook dating or the best strategy for a 2am tweet to get you a little… hmm, hmm. Perhaps we’ll talk about that another time. Right now, I’m talking about what looks to be the growing trend that our physical world is being ubiquitously peppered with links to the digital one – much of it via social media. “What? What?” you say, “Is this a good thing, Tony?” You betcha, it is. Now of course, just about all good things can be perverted but for the sake of this conversation, let’s focus on a few of the trends below that I feel have enormous, untapped potential.

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Your Refrigerator: Smart And Social?

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I’m fascinated by how technologies affect our lives and I guess because I’m a bit creative, I have a tendency to brainstorm and think aloud.  I explore possibilities, share my thoughts and ideas, even at the risk of sounding ridiculous at times.  I love interacting with people who do the same.  This morning I was [...]

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Reply to: What will marketing departments look like in 2020?

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A good friend of mine, Jeff Hilimire – Chief Digital Officer over at Engauge, blogged a post where he poses this question: “How do you think marketing departments will change over the next eight years?” You’ll see he also posted it on Quora. Anyway, I posted my response (which I’ll admit sometimes I might get [...]

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