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100 million monthly active users on Zygna's Cityville game, launched in December. Talk about rapid scale.
100 million monthly active users on Zygna's Cityville game, launched in December. Talk about rapid scale, that's ridiculous.
Go go social commerce -- Amazon x Facebook, kind of:
Dig this post from @vedrashko on comparing 2006 predictions with 2011 reality
The future of the internet is ubiquity: Seems obvious, so question is more what we do with it.
So very true. RT @davebirss: Things Real People Don't Say About Advertising:
Adam Greenfield's new agency Urbanscale sounds very cool. Expect some great innovation from them over the coming years:
Nuji, very smart personalized social shopping app:
A review of the new check-in experience at Qantas- RFID luggage tags, SMS messaging etc RT @cotton
Very creative and personal way to run a sale RT @chroma: sort of crazy real time bidding/shopping thing on facebook
RT @grokstar: 2000 vs. 2010 At-a-glance My, how the world has changed in the last decade. Just imagine the decade ahead...
RT @LBiLondon: RT @smcdoyle: This is *so good* - Santa's brand guidelines (via @paulbatterham)
RT @BBHLabs: Stickybits has shifted focus to rewards. Promotions have quickly taken center stage again in marketing:
Love that TopGuest is built as a layer on top of existing services
If you count yourself among those annoyed by how "post-digital" was being (mis)used, this is a great read from Russell
RT @creativitymag: Advice: play console games. this is the kind of storytelling, level of experience consumers expect from us. Bar is incredibly high #crcat
Great idea, better partnership: new Dali pak for Hipstamatic to support Dali Museum in Florida via @Malbonnington:
Media Surfaces: Incidental Media: Fascinating thinking on the future of media from BERG London
Facebook now accounts for 1 in every 6 page views in the UK via@emmajenkins
RT @BBHLabs: Muji releases iPad/iPhone apps with an exceptional focus on utility. Bold move from a lifestyle brand:
Stream: Justin Faust - "Sloppy Chic" -
Living in the age of art vs content: Interesting piece on branded content, for good and bad.
Inbound physical/digital: the audience takes control: Great question by Nathan in the comments -- your thoughts?
Inbound physical/digital: the audience takes control -
Nice, welcome back @chroma! Always dig your posts. RT @adrianho: Dino's started posting again, and they're good
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