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  • Esprit + more news

    Esprit The rise and fall of Esprit, SF’s coolest clothing brand – Esprit appealed to the youth with a message of lefty, post-racial harmony. Wild prints, bright colors and baggy silhouettes reigned. Their tote bags and T-shirts hung from all the coolest shoulders, adorning fashion plates with the legendary Esprit logo. With the logo’s omnipresence…

  • Photo hashing & other news

    Apple photo hashing Report: Apple to announce client-side photo hashing system to detect child abuse images in user’s photos libraries – 9to5Mac – photo hashing its not foolproof. Once the proof of concept exists, Apple won’t be able to withstand the pressure authoritarian government could use it to track other materials. Tencent’s WeChat is already…

  • Amazon returns + more things

    Hidden cameras and secret trackers reveal where Amazon returns end up | CBC News – interesting aspect of Amazon’s business model. It does make me wonder how much of a drag is returns on Amazon’s business? Retail returns are usually running at 10 percent of products bought. With e-tailing; this rate is thought to be…

  • Building wide for brands + more

    IPA | The Wide and the Narrow of it – Building Wide, I propose, is driving a brand’s meaning and equity through the power of shared and collective cultural moments.  Building ‘Narrow’ is defined as creating meaning and equity through the power of individual and personal customer experience.  Both of these definitions can impact how…

  • Dmoz + more news

    Dmoz RIP Dmoz: The Open Directory Project is closing | SearchEngineLand – the demise of Dmoz is probably only of interest to old school web users who had used search directories before search engines became more effective and SEO people. Directories and their taxonomies were the search engines of yore. Back when I worked at…

  • VGA + more things

    VGA In Memoriam | Hackaday – interesting overview of the VGA display technology. Although as with many technology standards, declaration of its death is likely to be premature. Instead it will gradually decline, but still be supported by a variety of connecting dongles. We still see component video and audio feeds available on the latest television…

  • 2015 predictions

    It’s become a bit of an annual tradition on this blog for me to put together some guesswork on what is likely to be coming down the pipe over the next 12 months so here are my 2015 predictions. Business Sony Corp. cleans house with the management teams of its US businesses. One of Sony’s…

  • InMobi + more news

    InMobi InMobi advertising removed – Dabr blog – interesting publisher feedback. InMobi is part of a new generation of ad tech firms. InMobi is an Indian multinational mobile advertising technology company, based in Bangalore, India. InMobi was founded in 2007 under the name mKhoj by Naveen Tewari, Mohit Saxena, Amit Gupta and Abhay Singhal.InMobi started…

  • Butzi Porsche + more news

    Butzi Porsche Ferdinand A. Porsche, 76, Dies – Designed Celebrated 911 – NYTimes.com – Butzi Porsche dead. Butzi Porsche came from a family of engineers. His grandfather led the original team behind the Volkswagen Beetle. His father had been part of that engineering team and went on to found what we now know as Porsche.…