I saw this package design featured on TheDieLine.com today and just loved not only the visuals, but the whole idea for the product – Tattoo Tester. It basically is a home temporary tattoo kit. Cool idea, great visuals. Check out the whole post here, or hit the thumbnails to enlarge.
Trying to raise half the funds for a ticket to the 99% Conference in NYC through this social media experiment. Can you spare a buck? (link in the sidebar). In exchange for your donation, I promise to share the info I pick up through blogs, vlogs, and tweets. Thanks!
I just wanted to link up a good article from Robert Scoble about his catching up with Mark Zuckerberg at Davos. The obviously talked about all things Facebook, but I was especially interested in their studying of ‘sentiment behavior’. Interesting concept. Its basically mapping what people are feeling (guessing by aggrigating the profile update feature).…Details
TechCrunch.com just posted an article about Pipl which is a new ‘people search’ which I just tried out. Very Google-esque in its presentation, but the results are pretty creepy. It crawls the ‘deep web‘ which are pages that aren’t publically linked to, as well as MySpace, Facebook, Flickr. Doesn’t stop there. I will also dig…Details
Got some great inspiration from this post from a Gary V. keynote from the streets of NY. Check out Keynote Kid on Tumblr for a collection of his keynotes. Ok, here’s the Quote of the Day that got me thinking: “Who were the 5 biggest selling beers when radio was in existence? And who were…Details
No doubt about it, I’m def. NOT a professional graphic designer or a professional web designer, or marketer. And you might not be the leader in your industry. You might be starting a new business or launching a new product where you want to compete in your space. But don’t know how. Learn. There has…Details
I’m sure this is old news in the blogosphere by now, but if you haven’t taken the time to read Bill Gates’ annual letter describing the work of the Gates Foundation, you should. Take 20 min and go through it. You will be inspired. 2009 Annual Letter I still have not gotten through it in…Details