JV's ramblings
How Starbucks, Apple, General Motors and AT&T Are Preparing The World For Wireless Energy
Elise Ackerman, forbes.com
If you vis­it­ed a Star­bucks in Boston or Sil­i­con Val­ley dur­ing the last year or so, you may have noticed black cir­cles embed­ded in the cof­fee bars and tables. You may have even glimpsed an early adopter with a spe­cial cell­phone case…

Get ready for wireless energy.

How Starbucks, Apple, General Motors and AT&T Are Preparing The World For Wireless Energy
Elise Ackerman, forbes.com

If you vis­it­ed a Star­bucks in Boston or Sil­i­con Val­ley dur­ing the last year or so, you may have noticed black cir­cles embed­ded in the cof­fee bars and tables. You may have even glimpsed an early adopter with a spe­cial cell­phone case…

Get ready for wireless energy.

"Leslie Berland has a curious job. She’s paid to think about all the ways to make her company’s flagship product obsolete."

Y&R Moscow addresses an ongoing issue with a solution that is up to date with our digital/technological behaviors.

Dear Coca-Cola,

Thank you for the constant reminders that we all have a lot to learn from you about modern advertising.

Best,

JV

Ogilvy Brasil keeping it simple for Coca-Cola. The internets do the rest.

Great work by TBWA Paris for McDonalds. The brand and the products are so iconic that the “insanely simple” approach of the billboards works really well. Read more about it here: http://goo.gl/o0d6DS

Looks like the unusual suspects are picking up the pace :)

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.