Brands ain’t relevant just because they are able to earn themselves a lot of likes. Brands earn a huge amount of likes because the were relevant in the first place. (And I’m not talking about likes “bought” via ads.)
Posts tagged with »Facebook«
Facebook is a global phenomenon. Spreading from one user to another and occupying more and more traditional media space. Even online.
What’s the main purpose of a CPU? To be insanely fast? To be bloody capable? No. The main task of a CPU is to support our creativity and tear down barriers of technology holding back our expressionism.
Have you heard of vKontakte.ru? Me neither. Until I stumbled upon André Paetzel’s recent article in which he describes worldwide social network trends and highlights the regional players in the network landscape of 2010. Besides Hyves.nl – the too cool to give instill hip social network in the Netherlands – he also mentioned vKontake.ru. A social [...]
Apple introduced it’s own social network yesterday. They call it “Ping” and Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs describes it as “sort of like Facebook and Twitter meets iTunes.”
»When I use a word,« Humpty Dumpty said, in a rather scornful tone, »it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.« – »Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There« by Lewis Carroll –
This is a completely ego-centric and subjective 5-step guide to a life. It is not necessarily what fits into your mindset and it might not be exactly suitable for the circumstances of your own existance. I would not even declare it the principles of my life. They could just be intersting to observe: 1. Use [...]
Ever wondered how you could destroy your friends’ digital DNA in the most efficient way? Look no further. If you follow these 10 simple steps they will not only become digital DNA zombies but will also abrogate your friendship (at least on Facebook) ultimately. Publish images showing your friends in crappy situations (wearing nothing but [...]
What’s it all about? Polluted communication is the term for information that is either unsolicited or sent by an unknown or at least not well-known communication subject, i.e. sender. Polluted communication not only relates to the information being transmitted but also to the dynamic process of exchanging information. It usually includes sending or receiving information [...]
Do you know what spam is? Unsolicited information that you receive and that is stuffing your mailbox. Web 2.0, social media and microblogging are taking spam to the next level. You don’t even get information. You receive thoughts of people you don’t even know. It is like reading someone else’s mind. Per se this isn’t [...]