1. sunfoundation:

Star Wars Infographic

    sunfoundation:

    Star Wars Infographic

  2. Twitter rant of the week

    Developing #2ndScreen & #SmartTV apps? Consider adding multi-account log-in’s ASAP! TV watching has ALWAYS been a Social/group activity.

    (Source: twitter.com)

  3. I’d pick the Creative Room, next to Joan and not far from the Whiskey. Shame about Campbell though.
ps: don’t know how did the drawing… I’d be happy to credit - feel free to point in the right direction (more info on link attached).

    I’d pick the Creative Room, next to Joan and not far from the Whiskey. Shame about Campbell though.

    ps: don’t know how did the drawing… I’d be happy to credit - feel free to point in the right direction (more info on link attached).

  4. (Source: goodghoul)

  5. (via Star Wars Trilogy Posters In The Style of Spaghetti Westerns)

    (via Star Wars Trilogy Posters In The Style of Spaghetti Westerns)

  6. datahacker:

    terrorism, 1970-present. redux. circles sized by number of fatalities. top is new colors, bottom is original colors. in both, lat/longs are rounded. check out the high resolution versions for more detail: new colors high res, original colors high res

  7. 21 May 2012

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    Reblogged from
    keithkelly

  8. artsmarketing:

Infographic: A SUCCESSFUL Crowdfunding Campaign

    artsmarketing:

    Infographic: A SUCCESSFUL Crowdfunding Campaign

  9. "Brands as story owners"…

    transmediatic:

    The Power of Immersive Storytelling by Coca-Cola

  10. artsmarketing:

equity crowdfunding inforgraphic

    artsmarketing:

    equity crowdfunding inforgraphic

  11. samirah93:

Infographic on gaming by ~Suckstobeyourgirl

    samirah93:

    Infographic on gaming by ~Suckstobeyourgirl

  12. A little rant about #2ndScreen

    The #TVsector (& its revenue model) might increase the risk of losing young audiences if it doesn’t cater for #2ndScreen properly via the gradual and yet committed implementation of a #ConnectedTV strategy. If the #TV industry is in the business of creating content fit for a screen - what are they waiting to organise themselves internally to prepare specific #2ndScreen commissioners and, later, full all-singing/dancing production departments? If the sector does not populate these “other” screens - someone else will.