JV's ramblings
Never Let The Internet Spoil Your Favorite TV Show Again
Jordan Crook, techcrunch.com
King Jof­frey was killed this week on Game of Thrones. Poi­son. Tyri­on seems to have been framed.I would apol­o­gize for telling you that so bla­tant­ly, but if you’ve been on the inter­net in the past few days then you most like­ly already kn…

It says a lot about how content is consumed and the water cooler effect of social media when you get to a point where there’s an extension for Chrome that “mutes” spoilers.

Never Let The Internet Spoil Your Favorite TV Show Again
Jordan Crook, techcrunch.com

King Jof­frey was killed this week on Game of Thrones. Poi­son. Tyri­on seems to have been framed.

I would apol­o­gize for telling you that so bla­tant­ly, but if you’ve been on the inter­net in the past few days then you most like­ly already kn…

It says a lot about how content is consumed and the water cooler effect of social media when you get to a point where there’s an extension for Chrome that “mutes” spoilers.

Known your client/product, understand the environment you’re communicating in. The tech is the easy part.

Great use of a billboard by IKEA. Thanks to @astoldbycris for the heads up.

My first project at BBDO Portugal. Really happy :)

Genious.

Smart work from DraftFCB.

please please please please etc…

Good stuff from Intel at CES 2014, a computer on a SD card.

Polaroid’s Socialmatic camera to fuse retro style, instant prints and Android this fall
Alexis Santos, engadget.com
Last we heard of Polaroid’s Social­mat­ic cam­era, which promis­es to bring back instant prints with a mod­ern flair, it was bound for store shelves in the first quar­ter of 2014. Here at CES, the firm’s announced that the hard­ware is cruis­ing f…

Will this be the comeback of a (revamped) classic or a swing and a miss?

Polaroid’s Socialmatic camera to fuse retro style, instant prints and Android this fall
Alexis Santos, engadget.com

Last we heard of Polaroid’s Social­mat­ic cam­era, which promis­es to bring back instant prints with a mod­ern flair, it was bound for store shelves in the first quar­ter of 2014. Here at CES, the firm’s announced that the hard­ware is cruis­ing f…

Will this be the comeback of a (revamped) classic or a swing and a miss?