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Arrival

August 17th, 2016 Comments off

 

 

Arrival Shanghai Poster

Shanghai

 

 



 

 

„Arrival” Filmplakate

Indian Ocean – Sudan

 

 

Montana (USA) - Hokkaido

Montana (USA) – Hokkaido (Japan)

 

 

Venezuela - Devon (UK)

Venezuela – Devon (UK)

 

 

Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner – Aliens Movie, 2016

 

 


Arrival

Aliens encircle the world in these 12 striking posters for “Arrival”


Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation1 of Ted Chiang’s “Story Of Your Life” is sure to provide a unique spin on the alien invasion film and 12 new posters give you an idea of its scope. This is what has happened with American crime tv series in recent years. Focus shifted from action to communication.

 

 


Arrival

 

 

A pointer to the lost infrastructure of social media

August 15th, 2016 Comments off

More than a decade ago, the earliest era of blogging provided a set of separate but related technologies that helped the nascent form thrive. Today, most have faded away and been forgotten, but new incarnations of these features could still be valuable.

 

 

lost infrastructure
As social networks grew in popularity and influence, the old decentralized blogosphere fell apart and those early services consolidated, leaving all the power in the hands of a few private companies. That’s left publishers and independent voices even more vulnerable to the control points of a few social networks and search engines.
Read in full by Anil Dash

 

 

Daddy Lessons

August 13th, 2016 Comments off

 

 

Lemonade album art

 

 

Daddy Lessons

Passion and purpose of indie music

 

Beyond its DIY approach and aim for a more independent approach to producing music, passion and purpose of indie music is to produce music of a quality that is not universally compatible with mainstream audiences.

 

Music of mass destruction quality

 

Today a highly commercial product sells a riskier set of sophisticated high quality to the mainstream audience than indie music can claim. It’s a lesson of the strong individual capable of collaboration and market a sophisticated package to a more capable mainstream audience. Music of mass destruction quality.

 

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Now that the more experimental, progressed music is accepted and consumed by a broader mainstream audience, do we still need underground or indie music?

 

 

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Daddy Lessons

 

 

German Medium entry calling for enlightenment

August 11th, 2016 Comments off

 

 

Anempfohlene 6 Minuten Lektüre

 

 

 

 

What digitalization has got to do with steam engines and why we need a new age of enlightenment — Part 1

 

 

 

calling for enlightenment
In command of the German languageRead in full by Peter Diekmann

 

 


calling for enlightenment

 

 

Digital is just getting started

July 28th, 2016 Comments off

 

 

Longtail has just gotten longer

 

 


“Vanity trumps privacy,” as already proven on Facebook. “Wherever attention flows,
money will follow.”

just getting started
Uber owns no cars; AirBnB owns no real estate.
Access replaces ownership for suppliers as well as
consumers. On-demand rules. Sharing rules.
Unbundling rules. Makers multiply.

Countless artificial smartnesses, will be added to everything, all quite different from human intelligence and from each other.

We are at the beginning of the beginning — the first hour of day one. There have never been more opportunities. The greatest products of the next 25 years have not been invented yet.

You‘re not late.

Illustration by Mrzyk & Moriceau

Read in full by Stewart Brand

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just getting started

 

I’m having a digital transformation right now

July 14th, 2016 Comments off

 

 

I'm having a digital transformation rith now

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digitale Transformation
The awful — yet important — truth is that ‘Digital Transformation’ is happening to your business whatever you do.

In other words, decisions are being made about us but without us.

We have yet to understand what Malbon callS the magnum opus, however silly or esoteric it may sound.

The magnum opus of digital transformation is an inner journey, which means that YOU are The Philosopher’s Stone.Read in full by Tim Malbon

 


digitale Transformation

 

 

Tuesday is orchestra rehearsal

July 12th, 2016 Comments off

 

 

Orchestra Rehearsal

 

WAVE THE STICK
UNTIL THE MUSIC STOPS,
THEN TURN AROUND AND BOW

 

 

 

orchestra rehearsal
The big idea of the ad industry is orchestration.
We recall that “It’s not me who plays the tuba, the tuba plays me.”

 

 


orchestra rehearsal

 

 

Stuck in a vending machine

July 9th, 2016 Comments off

 

 

Stuck
in
advertising.

 

 

Stuck in a vending machine

“Stuck in an advertising contract”

Stuck in advertising

 

Product

Client

Agency

 

 

World-class advertising made in Germany: In the third sequel of Ad Hell (#Werbehölle), celebrated German show masters Joko & Klaas are forced to fulfil the ad contract these two handsome, silly dudes signed as spokesperson duo for beverage brand Granini.

They are stuck in a vending machine and forgot to bring change.

 

 

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The car that didn’t make it through ignorance

July 5th, 2016 Comments off

 

 


The noble Lancia Thesis, that didn’t make it through ignorance in 2003

Neither elegance nor effectiveness helped this Italian car pass through ignorance.

 

 

ignorance
On a stroll through Frankfrut, I could sense a limousine turn into the street I was on. And there it was. The Lancia Thesis.

An upper class sedan the kind Mercedes claims for its brand. But with a way better price-performance ratio. That no competitor offered in its category.

Some 13 years later, I feel the same sensation when a Tesla comes down the road in my posh Munich neighborhood.

When something unusual is about to happen, people can sense it before they get to see it.See more Lancia modelson Spiegel Online

 

 

 

 

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ignorance

 

Are we ready for a Declaration of Interdependence?

July 4th, 2016 Comments off

 

 


Are we ready
for a Declaration
of Interdependence?


Illustration by Seymour Chwast for The New Yorker

 

 

On July 4, 1962, U.S. president John F. Kennedy declared “that the United States will be ready for a Declaration of Interdependence”.

Aart De Geus, chairman and CEO of the Bertelsmann Foundation and Frederick Kempe, president and CEO of the Atlantic Council have written a piece for the National Interest on how TTIP has the potential to fulfill Kennedy’s vision.Read in full by Aart De Geusand Frederick Kempe

 


Declaration of Interdependence

 

 

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