MARKETING AND RELIGION: Catholic Consumption and Sin Management

I a recent conversation with a client we stumbled over an interesting insight. His business is still quite weak across Europe – with the exception of a few markets which seem to have nothing else in common than being predominantly

MARKETING AND RELIGION: Catholic Consumption and Sin Management

I a recent conversation with a client we stumbled over an interesting insight. His business is still quite weak across Europe – with the exception of a few markets which seem to have nothing else in common than being predominantly

Media Literacy?

What is Media Literacy?

I’ve recently decided to volunteer on a media literacy work group in my daughters school. My daughter is eight, so we’re talking elementary level obviously. My main reason to join the group is to force myself to think about what

Media Literacy?

What is Media Literacy?

I’ve recently decided to volunteer on a media literacy work group in my daughters school. My daughter is eight, so we’re talking elementary level obviously. My main reason to join the group is to force myself to think about what

Anyone out there debugging PowerPoint?

This thing is so obvious that I didn’t even bother to report it to Microsoft. The more surprised I am seeing that this error just survived another major 300+ MB update. All readers who have ever right-aligned a text box

Anyone out there debugging PowerPoint?

This thing is so obvious that I didn’t even bother to report it to Microsoft. The more surprised I am seeing that this error just survived another major 300+ MB update. All readers who have ever right-aligned a text box

Marshall McLuhan

Strategies against information indigestion (1)

I’m currently collecting material for a piece about strategies to cope with the availability and abundance of information. In the course of the research, I came across this remarkable piece of advice from Marshall McLuhan, following a post and link

Marshall McLuhan

Strategies against information indigestion (1)

I’m currently collecting material for a piece about strategies to cope with the availability and abundance of information. In the course of the research, I came across this remarkable piece of advice from Marshall McLuhan, following a post and link

My self portrait with pencil

What starts me blogging more

I haven’t been blogging very frequently in the past, and only longer pieces which were mostly written in a local software. One of the reasons for that was my discomfort with the WordPress editor, particularly the pains of linking and

My self portrait with pencil

What starts me blogging more

I haven’t been blogging very frequently in the past, and only longer pieces which were mostly written in a local software. One of the reasons for that was my discomfort with the WordPress editor, particularly the pains of linking and

Deflating the Neuromarketing Craze

[Shortlink: http://wp.me/pbfMz-deLXX%5D I have never made a secret of my dislike of so-called neuro-marketing. My main argument is that it perpetuates a kind of misbehavior on the side of marketers that dates back to the days of the “Hidden Persuaders”

Deflating the Neuromarketing Craze

[Shortlink: http://wp.me/pbfMz-deLXX%5D I have never made a secret of my dislike of so-called neuro-marketing. My main argument is that it perpetuates a kind of misbehavior on the side of marketers that dates back to the days of the “Hidden Persuaders”

Mindstorming the Bastille?

In the context of my Web/Bureaucracy post, I found 2 interesting pieces. One is Malcom Gladwell’s “Small Change” article in the New Yorker about why “the revolution will not be tweeted”. The other is David Weinberger’s excellent dissemination of Gladwell’s

Mindstorming the Bastille?

In the context of my Web/Bureaucracy post, I found 2 interesting pieces. One is Malcom Gladwell’s “Small Change” article in the New Yorker about why “the revolution will not be tweeted”. The other is David Weinberger’s excellent dissemination of Gladwell’s