Best Standards and Guidelines Their Value

Public Relations + Engagement  In this age of information, thought leadership is not a quaint idea. The information you want is out there. Why are you here? Why are your customers? Headlines get clicked all the time. You know that. Best standards and guidelines are business processes that illustrate the level of knowledge humanity has reached in the 21st…

Starting And Finishing In Columbus

Key summary, Columbus is not just a university and a corn field. According to Forbes, “Modern Columbus has emerged as a technologically sophisticated city.” As the city continues to achieve critical mass, you may see it emerge as a model for how institutional capital is allocated among young, viable startups and a template for how…

Images of Brevity

Originally posted on Quintissentialism:
Time is precious The Affinity News Cycle is Disruptive – blog post   Avi Lambert – business model canvas trainerPhotonic Public Relations Inc. Need a better business model ? Canada, Worldwide. source   Business people need to think digital, are you curious about improving your digital know-how? Join our Facebook page Startups, Small Biz,…

Friday Thought Bite

Open thinking about a multi-screen world and new technologies, and the impact this will on PR & Business Development.

Interactive Cloud Made of 6,000 Light Bulbs

Originally posted on e MORFES:
CLOUD began as a large-scale interactive sculpture created from 6,000 light bulbs by Canadian artists Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett. The piece utilizes everyday domestic light bulbs and pull strings, re-imagining their potential to catalyze collaborative moments and create an experiential environment. As part of the process of building the sculpture,…

5 Golden Rules for Designing a Great Web API

Originally posted on Imran Kabir:
Ever found yourself wondering “what were they thinking?” when integrating a web service via its API? If not, you’ve been far luckier than I have. Any software developer knows how easy it is to let a project devolve into spaghetti code, and APIs are no less prone to resulting in a tangled…