JWT, the global creative agency, issues it's annual list of 100 Things to Watch in the year ahead. My fave: Self-Powering Devices. "In 2011 engineers made strides toward harnessing kinetic energy to power our devices [...]
Remember that sometimes it takes the light of a burning bridge to show the way ahead.
A poem for the day after Christmas by W.H. Auden. Well, so that is that. Now we must dismantle the tree, Putting the decorations back into their cardboard boxes -- Some have got broken -- [...]
It used to be enough for a company to sponsor a local Little League team or join the United Way fund drive. No longer. Millenials, who will soon make up 50 percent of the U.S. [...]
My friend Phil Gerbyshak is asking you to share the most important lessons you learned in 2011. Do it HERE.
You may have seen the e-mail about the violin player in the Washington, D.C. subway, the one who almost everyone marched past on their way to work. The one who collected $32 for 45 minutes [...]
Although most modern economic theory is based on the idea that humans make decision based on rational data and their own best interests, although a lot of work in game theory has proven that's not [...]
Even with the enormous rise of e-book sales on Kindles and iPads, brick-and-mortar bookshops are selling board-and-paper books at record rates. According to Julie Bosman, writing in the New York Times today, Amazon is reporting [...]
Here's an interesting factoid: when Google searches for a person's name, the algorithm first searches the membership profiles of Google+. So, if you want your name to be found a little faster, it might make [...]
Car companies can respond to change quickly and can redesign entire automotive paradigms in a matter of a few years. But how do you change the paradigm of a city? And what happens when cars [...]