Classic James Lebon production from 1991 with all the usual suspects including Alex ‘Baby’ Turnbull (of Ronin Records and 23Skidoo fame) and Hiroshi Fujiwara (Major Force Records and Fragment Design).
Yoshida in NY: Sony snaps out of NIH syndrome – the interesting aspect of this is that games developers really didn’t like massively parallel systems for programming, the challenge will be how to be innovative when trying to be partner-centric Martin Sorrell on What’s Next – Harvard Business Review Samsung’s Heft in Android Worries Google […]
This subversion of the classic Chanel crossed-c logo by associating it with Chicken Cottage, a familar brand on the high street of neighbourhoods in south and east London. It reminded me of the t-shirts sported at raves that subverted brands, but for the dubstep generation. More information Urban Maps: Instruments of Narrative and Interpretation in […]
The loss of Britain’s triple A credit rating won’t make much difference | Left Foot Forward Study Shows iPhone 300% More Reliable Than Samsung Smartphones “Physically Together”: Here’s the Internal YHOO No-Work-From-Home Memo | AllThingsD – I could see a post coming on from Becky McMichael about the benefits of remote working and flexible hours etc […]
Canon did some nice activities at London Fashion week to highlight their brand and talk about the EOS M – which is their answer to the mirrorless cameras with interchangable lenses built around the micro four thirds standard. The micro four thirds standard blurs the product differentiation between point-and-shoot cameras and entry-level digital SLR cameras. […]