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Turning all billboards on Times Square into art



Memefest on Petcha Kutcha in Brasil


Our beautiful comrade and Memefest team member from Brasil Ines Nin has recently done this presentation at a Petcha Kutcha event. Its really inspirational to see the appreciation of years of work around the world. And the sympathetic presentation is ...

Facebook does not understand me


so... there are this commercial ads on the right side of FaceBook page, with this little "X" on top right side of every ad. if you click it, you get this:

You have removed this ad. Why didn't you ...

Mobilannoncer: Vækst i annoncemarkedet i USA


I Danmark vender analytikere tit øjnene mod USA for at forudsige nye trends, dette gælder selvsagt også inden for markedsføringsområdet.

De store mediehuse er ved at udtænke overlevelsestrategier for, hvordan de vil tilpasse deres nuværende indholdsprodukter til en verden, der ...

Intersection: Biopower and Marketing


I found this article http://mediaecologiesresonate.wordpress.com/2010/09/04/biopower-and-marketing/#respond very interesting. Its opening new perspective - biopolitical focus: govermen-tability, biopower, potentiality, population .. - to start thinking about media/marketing approaches.

Brand new on Digimag: Article+Interview about Memefest


For the moment only in Italian http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1941 .
The English version will be out in 2-3 weeks.


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