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In our January newsletter we talked a bit about the fun we’re having with all the new material available in the public domain. To recap, January 1st is a non-holiday called Public Domain Day, in which a whole year’s worth of content suddenly becomes up for
Our focus this week is the rapidly growing field of wearable technology and how it can make your next event an exciting, cutting edge affair. While we’re not quite at the point where I can trust a t-shirt to screen my calls or renew my Hulu subscription,
Hopefully this won’t become a theme, but we have another article related to ongoing crisis in event management here for you. 2020 has been a rush so far hasn’t it? Let’s talk about Iowa. Just to recap, the DNC hired small app developer and (I assume)
We were planning to drop an article this week about wearable technologies that will make your next event rad, but that’s sidelined to bring you something much more ‘now.’ As it happens, our blogger is an American who has living in Beijing for nearly a
Austin’s South by Southwest (March 13th -22nd) has become much more of a destination event for fans of music and film in recent years, but its conference remains critical for cutting edge takes on UX design, social technology and marketing. The schedule and abstracts for
According to FBI estimates and the Netflix series Mindhunter, there are at any given time, around 50 active serial killers operating in the United States. According to my estimates, there are at any given time, thousands upon thousands of monsters uploading vertically oriented phone videos to