With November now underway, we thought we’d take a moment to reflect on a few October posts that got people talking.
Embracing the weirdness – Pieter BERWAERTS
“Due to the Internet we have moved away from a mass culture (mass marketing, mass manufacturing, mass schooling, mass movements) in which the focus is on people and products being mainstream.”
One in a million – Nancy BISTRITZ
“There’s no doubt in my mind that Steve Jobs’ legacy will live on – not just in Apple products, but hopefully in the way we pursue our passions, focus on people, try – and try hard, and throw caution to the wind to seek the seemingly impossible.”
Digital utility: are we changing the world with games – Emmanuel PAGET
“Digital utility is proving its worth. How do we better understand and anticipate future world challenges? Perhaps the answer is in “serious games”.
If you don’t understand people, you won’t understand anything about marketing – Gregory POUY
“We have a tendency to separate the way we interact in our lives with the way we look at business. And yet, as far as I know, business happens between humans.”
Blogger relationships have evolved, have you? – Gregory POUY
“Social media is on the rise and enthusiasts stand out. These are people who love the brand without the same visibility as bloggers, but who are more valuable because they are genuine fans.”