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If Andy Warhol was alive today would he simply be known as ‘the clip art king’? Would his social commentary be lost on the youtube twitterist generation or would it hold the same power of after thought it held back in the 60′s? Where are the Andy Warhols of today? Do we even need them, or is art just a digital prisoner in the great walled garden of corporate media interests?
Where did all the money and Where did all the bullshit come from? A new game by AniGlobe.
The search warrants used to seize the Megaupload data have been found to be illegal and therefore without legal standing, a high court Judge in New Zealand ruled today.
I was distressed to read a comment on a mashable post about a new game developed for charity to highlight the experience of being poor in the poorest of countries- Live58 . The post was from another non profit charitable group called PlaySpent.org who had used a similar gameplay for their own game. Now the [...]
How can large companies access and benefit from the online advertising? The problem with online advertising is we are still using advertising methods from the last century. Facebook, Google, Amazon will all need this new method to survive in the future. Users have moved on, so must You! Read more…
Steve Jobs was Apple, without him they nearly went under. All the charisma is gone, Apple is just another gizmo maker now and a hugely over priced one at that
The dispute between Google, Apple and Adobe took a new and perhaps final turn today. All the major Browsers for web and mobile are supporting the new open license WebM video codec… that is, so far, except Apple!
Virtual worlds have begun to move away from the games industry and are firmly planting roots in Architectural design, Education and even scientific visualisation. The launch of AniGlobe consultants and AniSphere hosting last month saw the virtual world move into the professional arena providing consultants and servers for establishing your own tailor made virtual world simulator. These amazing simulators [...]
So, the newspaper industry is dying. The owners are squealing, the advertisers are fleeing the sinking fleet streets and the journo’s are cowering discreetly behind their pc screens wondering who is going to pay them a living. All the while piles of old growth carbon laced newsprint is composting faster than the leaves in a forest.
Google Woes and SEO flatulance…
SEO’s are the modern day used car salesmen, and we know what’s happened to that market! I have pages that have no keywords or even a description that rank higher than perfectly sculpted w2.0 pages. I have pages that have excellent content and no ads that rank lower than pages with high ad content.« Previous Entries