As Quartz reports, The pen is not only mightier than the sword, but in some cases also mightier than the keyboard. It may well be that the physicality of shaping letters cements concepts in the mind. For example, to type […]
This is fun. US 45th presidency proceeding step by step to be fully aligned with epic cartoon satire. Life imitates art indeed, Mr. Wilde. (Via Mashable) Update: 80s guy lasted only 10 days. Sad!
By keeping your book in one location each time, you free yourself from the distractions of a commute or the pounding waves of a beach. As a result, a strange new relationship forms, between you, the voice of the book, and the room. Your ritual creates a singular association between the book and a quiet, private place, which in turn gives your relationship a new dimension.
But it’s not quite there yet… Facebooks AI lab has permitted the two chatbots Alice and Bob to shoot the breeze in an interesting têt-a-têt, but it’s a little unclear how well it went: Bob: i can i i everything […]
Mashable nails the coverage of the most epic food innovation since the cronut: We now live in a world where rice can take the place of fried dough, mayo can be used as frosting and sesame seeds can imitate sprinkles. […]
In five years time Facebook “will be definitely mobile, it will be probably all video,” said Nicola Mendelsohn, who heads up Facebook’s operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, at a conference in London this morning. This is in […]
Wired has a nice story on how e-mail newsletters are once again in vogue. I remember when my dad and I used to print out Slate mag’s newsletter and read together with the pile of magazines that filled the living […]
The craze for adult coloring books has single-handedly lifted both the print book and the pen and pencil industries. But it reflects, more than anything, the insane levels of stress that people are going through. Thu Huong-Ha explores the economics […]
January 23 is National Handwriting Day in the USm and on the occasion Quartz has an interesting article about the relationship between the physical act of handwriting and the mental act of thinking. Several scientific studies have shown that the […]
Old computers are remarkably useful. Hurling one at a bear can save your life.
There is an art to effective meetings, and just scheduling a bunch of people to show up is not it. Consider for instance the number of participants: Seven is the magic number for business meetings. Each additional person cuts decision-making […]
My good colleague Hanna Svenonius in Stockholm recently wrote a great article on MSL Group’s Critical Conversations blog providing three quick takeaways from the event hosted by JKL where the venerable Paul Holmes (of the Holmes Report shared some insights. […]
Who’d thunk it: The press release is having a makeover… by the Canadian government?! This is according to Ragan. Lots of goodness about it, although it doen’t quite come close to the Social Media Press Relase 2.0 from SHIFT. Perhaps they […]
My colleague Klas Landelius at JKL Stockholm recently published an interesting post on crisis communication and preparation at Critical Conversations. I strongly support his perspective. A point I especially liked is this: An organisation’s crisis management capabilities often rely on […]
The elevator pitch just took a giant leap – it’s up to mankind to follow. Instagram recently introduced Instagram Direct, which lets you send pics and videos directly to individual recipients. (BTW, I do know about Snapchat. Yes, it is […]
Inngående kunnskap om teknologi er avgjørende for å kunne gi gode kommunikasjonsråd, ikke bare til teknologiselskaper, men også til selskaper som ønsker å utnytte ny teknologi for å lykkes bedre med kommunikasjon. Det handler ikke bare om å vite hvordan […]
With the introduction of product pages LinkedIn just took a step further towards securing its position as content merketing platform. But what kind of products are relevant for this type of social network? I see at least one: Conferences and […]
PR Daily has a nice listicle on 34 reasons why content marketing strategies fail. I especially liked: 8. Originality leaves the building. […] 33. The content produced does not educate, delight, fascinate, amuse, or help the target market. 27. Killer […]
Dave Kerpen is one of my favorite LinkedIn influencers. Today’s quote is a good example of why: The secret to getting people to adore you is to shut up and listen. As simple as this may sound, it’s true. Now, […]
LinkedIn introduserte nylig en utvidet statusoppdatering som muliggjør video, bilder og presentasjoner i statusoppdateringene dine. Dette understreker den avgjørende betydningen av å skape appellerende visuelt innhold for å kunne fange oppmerksomheten i digitale flater.