Samsung’s new Smart TV makes your telly look like an iPad – programmes and services displayed as neat square apps ready to be summoned in a click. But has television (and more pertinently the television industry) finally embraced digital and social technologies to enhance the viewing experience? TV’s path to embracing the web has not [...]
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Pressures to remain competitive, the fear of getting usurped by the next big thing can lead to the continual addition of new features – even if they add little benefit. It feels comforting to be doing more, even if it’s not the right thing. Innovation is vital but what if innovation was more about ‘refinement’ than ‘addition’?
Using social media can reap great rewards for your business but with new channels springing up every day it can seem overwhelming and quickly suck up valuable time and resource. Here are 7 practical tips on how to focus your efforts and increase the chances of success…
Turns out that people will do all sorts of tasks for points and prizes – but do they know who they are doing it for?
Indicative of how embedded digital is in audiences’ lives and how organisations need to organise themselves around that fact BBC Online announces how its services will be restructured along the lines of partnerships and cross-discipline collaboration with techie and editorial staff working together.
ifixit.com offers tailored repair manuals that anyone can edit – for free. You can then buy the parts and tools you need to make the repair. It is community, utility and (by all accounts) a very profitable business. This is freemium in a sense, although offering a paid-for solution to a free diagnostic. In this [...]
How linear thinking prevents us from realising opportunities and what part digital should play in enhancing services and brand experiences.
PSFK presents Future Of Real-Time View more presentations from PSFK. Long but interesting report from PSFK/ Global Pulse
Francis Ford Coppola – I just finished a film a few days ago, and I came home and said I learned so much today. So if I can come home from working on a little film after doing it for 45 years and say – I learned so much today, that shows something about the cinema. Because the cinema is very young. It is only 100 years old.