Remember that I shared a couple of days ago? Well, Casey has now shared the footage from the many Samsung 360° cameras that were used in the shoot, and the footage is impressive to say the least…
Thinking the Casey Neistat holiday video should become a new annual tradition…
IBM has just released a new series of video spots under the ‘Made with IBM‘ line: What’s the world making today? We live on a Smarter Planet, where data, mobile, social and cloud are transforming industries and allowing us to create value in new ways. The evidence is abundant and it is everywhere. Watch it […]
Love this! Fantastic, simple, targeted, on-the-money and amusing advertising. ‘Nuff said.
More on the latest greatest version of IBM Connections, 4.0 – released today! Using Activities: Using Bookmarks: Using Blogs: Using Communities: Using Forums: Using Wikis:
Loads of posts to come on the big news of today – the electronic general availability of IBM Connections 4.0. Let’s kick off with the IBM overview video of the new release:
Really liking this series, and IBM is definitely on-message here. It’s about knowing the customer as an individual, something that Amazon and others have really taken a lead on.
Liking this a lot, albeit that the music gets a bit much after a while. The message is definitely on topic though!
A Lotus Notes ad from the R5 days, circa 1999: ‘I am ready‘, ‘I am connected‘, ‘I am not alone‘, ‘The power to work the way you want‘, ‘Share work and ideas‘ and so on… This was describing Collaboration, Messaging and Workflow software from 13 years ago, but could so easily be describing the impact […]
What is a Social Business? How do you become a a Social Business? Good introductions to the IBM view of Social Business. Nice work, Sandy!
Church + YouTube = GodTube! GodTube.com is a dynamic community of people who are looking to connect, share, and belong. In its simplest form, GodTube is a video-driven social network where users can explore their faith and the tenets of Christianity. Our millions of users come back time and time again to find inspiration, ask […]
They’re a sensitive lot – though in my experience, the Domino guys are a heck of a lot more pragmatic than their J2EE colleagues 😉 Give ’em some lurve…