Archives for July 2011

A Big Movie Theater That Runs On Apple Juice

What will commercial flight look and feel like in the near future? GE and The Barbarian Group asked some kids with big imaginations, and the result is a new episode of the Webby-nominated GE Show called “Future Flight.” Previously on AdPulp: Industrial Choreography and Dare To Dazzle Your Audience With Content

It’s A Dog’s RAV4

When you have a dog, it’s important to also have a vehicle that perfectly accommodates man’s best friend. A vehicle like the Toyota RAV4. Agency: Burrell Communications

My Digital Toolbox

David and I often chat about digital workflows we have in place that allows us to get our work done. In my day job, I help run Corporate 3 Design, a nine person brand/print/web shop (we work with agencies as well, so if you need a vendor, give us a shout). We tend to operate […]

36 Hours with Mac OS X Lion

By request, this is a cross post from my personal blog. Source is linked at the end of the post. Help, my MacBook has been iOSified. 36 hours since installing Lion, here are my quick thoughts. 1. Installed without incident on my MacBookPro, my wife’s MacBook and our MacMini. I grabbed the installer image to […]

Roger McNamee On HTML5 And The Future of The Web

Elevation Partners Director and Co-Founder Roger McNamee recently gave a talk at The Paley Center For Media. I haven’t had time to listen all the way through, but BusinessInsider was kind enough to recap many of his key points. For example: Microsoft’s share of internet-connected devices has gone from 95% to under 50% in 3 […]

An Online Tribe Willing To Subscribe

Are you paying to read a digital version of The New York Times? According to The Wall Street Journal, the Times new pay wall is no hurdle for over a quarter million readers. On Thursday, Times Co. said it had about 224,000 paid subscribers to its recently launched digital products as of the end of […]

Are We In The App Store Yet?

Nonsense, a London agency that specialises in digital engagement, points to a piece of research from Deloitte, that says most smartphone apps built by brands fail (80% getting less than 1,000 downloads). Having digested the facts and recommendations in the report the first thing that strikes us is that many of the apps in the […]

Agencies And Clients Can Agree To Disagree. Sometimes.

Over at Ad Age’s Small Agency Diary, President of Indianapolis agency Young & Laramore, Tom Denari, reflects on whether agencies and clients can disagree and still have a respectful relationship: While it might sound counter-intuitive, disagreement is what builds trust in a client-agency relationship. Not the kind of disagreement we see in the political world, […]