Posts Tagged:Internet

Print in a Digital World 2017 Trend Report

Print in a Digital World 2017 Trend Report. The way consumers engage with brands has dramatically morphed. They can access products and product information instantaneously, and they can intermingle with a brand in a cacophony of ways. You have to be a storyteller in this connected world and understand how to merge marketing, content, and technology…

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The Jack Ma Effect

The Jack Ma Effect. When Chinese Internet billionaire Jack Ma – founder of e-commerce behemoth Alibaba – started out looking for work in life, he was rejected left right and centre by dozens of companies, including KFC, which had just entered China. “I went to KFC when it came to my city. Twenty-four people went…

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Is the Internet ushering in a New Renaissance?

Is the Internet ushering in a New Renaissance? Caught a fascinating CBC interview with author Chris Kutarna. In his new book (co-written with Ian Goldin – Professor of Globalization & Development at Oxford University) Age of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Our New Renaissance, he postulates that “Now is the best moment in…

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The Internet is in its Infancy

The Internet is in its Infancy. In the late 60s the U.S. military began tinkering with “interwoven” networks creating ARPANET, which was the antecedent for today’s internet and served as the base of academic and military computer networks in the 80s. The world wide web as we know it came into its beginnings back in…

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Are we addicted to distraction?

Are we addicted to distraction? When’s the last time you picked up a book, started to read it and then found yourself checking emails? Or perhaps, amidst working on a project, you find yourself scrutinizing YouTube videos that don’t relate. Or those times when your research on a completely unrelated topic has taken you into…

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