creative user communities
Three is no longer a crowd, it’s crowdsourcing. Thanks to technology, artist and consumer alike can participate in open crowdsourcing calls and contribute to a community-based design events via the internet.
i will follow u
While the emergence of social media has begun to radically shift the discourse between citizen and government, it also has shifted the conversation between worker and management as well as between the corporation and the consumer.
form(at) aids function
Technically speaking, it’s pretty simple to post and tweet your way to “leadership” in the digital age as today’s tools offer some of the best ways to craft an accessible, compelling leadership story.
algorithm or emotion?
Yes, technology is transforming the art of storytelling by literally placing the control of content into the hands of millions and enabling them to send their storied messages, silly or significant, any time of the day or night — 24/7.
rules of engagement: social media
By creating an algorithm, Facebook captured a selection of users most-liked photos, statuses, and key life events then set the selections to the pace of a sweet, appropriately swelling musical score — encapsulated in a minute. It was bound to bring a tear to the eye of even the most jaded social networker among us.
a beautiful commute
A girl walked into Auschwitz and took a selfie. It’s not a joke, and it went viral. Awkward and inappropriate photographs now travel as fast as the average social media follower can click, post, or share, and deftly send the ill-chosen imagery into an unintended destiny.
lean in + let it go
Below the streets of downtown Seattle there sits a halted underground highway project; it’s a hole in the ground that the residents wish went round and round.
While Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has been busy "banning bossy" these last few weeks, her non-profit organization LeanIn.org has been involved in another high-profile project in regard to changing the image of women -- quite literally.