Entries Tagged as 'campaign'

Monday, September 12th, 2011

The Post-Empire’s New Shoes

On September 8,2011, Nike announced they would be releasing a limited number of pairs of a new product. As the shoe’s official site explains: In 1989, Nike designer Tinker Hatfield was asked to design a shoe for the second chapter in the Back to the Future series. He created the power-lacing, self-illuminating, Nike MAG. Riding […]

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Monday, March 21st, 2011

Charlie Sheen Is Not Crazy

Image: Culture Wins Charlie Sheen is not crazy. Or, at least, he’s not crazy the way you think he is. Charlie Sheen may finally be admitting that he’s lost his mind — exclusively to Life&Style, of all places, if we are to believe it — but that’s something that would have already been a long, […]

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Monday, February 28th, 2011

The “White Rabbit” Remix Contest

Been quiet on SocialCreature the past month as I’ve been head-deep down the MirrorLAnd rabbit-hole. Surfacing for a quick nod to the remix contest that just launched with the release of Chapter 2. If you or someone you know are a knob-fiddler type person, and you’d be interested in having your music become the soundtrack […]

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Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Your Life Is A Transmedia Experience — Now With Pictures!

Last year, I wrote a post called “Your Life Is A Transmedia Experience.” In October, the post became the basis for a panel discussion event at the FutureM conference in Boston with me, Marta Kagan and Jan Libby. I have updated the deck from that panel, and am sharing here for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! […]

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Monday, December 20th, 2010

Who The iPad Ads Are For

Ever since Apple started putting a lowercase i in front of its products, their advertisements have been known for basically two things — articulating a visceral, transcendent grace inherent within the Mac product experience: …and┬ámaking fun of people who don’t already use Macs: Which is why the iPad ads — with their exaggeratedly simplistic gestures, […]

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