There are so many great videos on the web, notably from sites like TED, the Do Lectures and Poptech. I'm going to curate a few worthy videos and post them for everyone's benefit every week. God knows we don't all have the time to wade through the hundreds that are posted regularly!
When I got my iPhone, one of the first apps I installed was Mappiness. There was a bit of buzz about it in the office at the time. I was intrigued by the idea - to map your happiness over time - and also into supporting the research by LSE. It all seemed so easy. Mappiness pinged me twice a day between 8am and 10pm and I dutifully answered the 6 questions on my level of happiness, location, activity and company.
Who doesn't like Slideshare presentations with useful information in them? Here are 5 from the last one month or so that I've curated for your viewing pleasure:
Some of you may remember our recent post about our New Year's Eve work for Skype, where we conceived and built a global digital campaign for the brand around the new Skype iPhone app with free video calling over 3G and WiFi.
That isn't all we've been labouring over for the brand. Today, New Media Age covered our latest project for Skype: a community for teachers and educators to connect and use Skype to enrich their students' educational experiences.
Healthcare and health technology are areas that the marketing and advertising industry don't really talk too much about, so I thought it would be good to shine the spotlight there for a change. There are lots of lessons to be learnt from healthcare that are extremely applicable to planning. I thoroughly enjoyed Atul Gawande's Checklist Manifesto for example, which narrates a number of real-life incidents in medicine that people learnt from, using those lessons to improve day-to-day working processes in hospitals.
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