Category Archive for: Entertainement

How narcissistic are we?

How narcissistic are we? Did you know that a study (by Now Sourcing and Frames Direct) says Millennials are expected to take well over 25,000 selfies in their lifetime? Hold up… 25,000 selfies? Considering that the average lifespan of us humans (until we’re cyborgs of course) is 27,375 days, that means that your average run of…

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Deloitte’s TMT Predictions put AI in your boardroom in 2018

Deloitte’s TMT Predictions put AI in your boardroom in 2018. Nothing makes the New Year sizzle more than the bevy of predictions that come out to set the tone for what to expect over the next twelve months. And one of the top dogs in the futurist game is Deloitte and their annual TMT (technology, media,…

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How do you Netflix – a shocking new habit revealed

How do you Netflix – a shocking new habit revealed. The ubiquitous red logo video streaming giant added the term “binge-watching” to our lexicon – pioneering a new way to consume TV. And Netflix has just revealed a shocking new related habit – apparently, we’ll watch movies and TV practically anywhere, and about 67% of us…

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The Revenge of Analog (Redux)

The Revenge of Analog (Redux). So I introduced you to this one back in the summer, and I hope you’ve had a chance to read this book on a topic that has sparked much contemplation – David Sax’s The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter. This week’s cool update is that I just had…

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Hello, Print in a Digital World 2018

Hello, Print in a Digital World 2018. Last week we launched our latest greatest trend report at Canada Post’s 10th annual Think INSIDE the Box event. In constructing our recent trend report, we quickly came to realize a new reality has now taken hold – the way consumers engage with brands has dramatically morphed. They can…

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The Rise of the #Selfie Museum

The Rise of the #Selfie Museum. Yes, you read that correctly. Our social media crazed world and the need for the perfect “selfie” is turning things upside down, sideways and maybe a little oblong. Want to sit on a unicorn, dive into sprinkles, submerse yourself in yellow plastic balls, or perhaps float on a cloud surrounded…

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The Revenge of Analog

The Revenge of Analog. Ok, here’s one to add to your summer reading list and a topic that has sparked much contemplation – David Sax’s The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter. In this book, David tackles the subject of how we have shifted, changed and morphed as humans with our rush to the…

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The iPhone is 10 and ooh how it has changed our lives

The iPhone is 10 and ooh how it has changed our lives. June 29, 2007 – Steve Jobs walked on stage and shocked the world. Like most things Apple, the iPhone wasn’t the first of its kind, but it was a quantum leap beyond the competition and spawned the mobile revolution. So much so, that few…

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Toronto as a Technological Futurescape

Toronto as a Technological Futurescape. What a future-forward couple of weeks for Toronto. First, Uber says they are going to build a new lab for their autonomous vehicles program here. Then, Omers Ventures raises another $300 million fund, taking them over a billion dollars in funding for their startup ventures ecosystem. And, if those aren’t hot…

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The Evolution of Influencer Marketing

The Evolution of Influencer Marketing. In our not so distance past, influencers were just regular run of the mill people who leveraged social media channels to share details about their lives, opinions, quirks, passions, and generally anything about which people would pay attention. And pay attention they did. Today, the most popular social media influencers…

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