Posts Tagged: brands

The Case for Brand Socialism

The term seems to go back to Reg Lascaris, founding partner of TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris\SouthAfrica. However, since the link to his original 2006 blog post is no longer active, I can only tell by second-hand quotes from Dave Duarte and Mike Davison

The Case for Brand Socialism

The term seems to go back to Reg Lascaris, founding partner of TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris\SouthAfrica. However, since the link to his original 2006 blog post is no longer active, I can only tell by second-hand quotes from Dave Duarte and Mike Davison

MySpace for the Proletariat, Facebook for the Uppercrust

“Many of us would like to believe the Internet is a force for unity, but Danah Boyd, a social-media researcher at Microsoft Research New England and a fellow at Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, thinks we’re

MySpace for the Proletariat, Facebook for the Uppercrust

“Many of us would like to believe the Internet is a force for unity, but Danah Boyd, a social-media researcher at Microsoft Research New England and a fellow at Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, thinks we’re

The Social Life of Brands: Segregation

The social life of brands, specimen #1. When social differentiation turns into segregation. A joke with an un-funny aftertaste. Found in Haynspark, Hamburg.

The Social Life of Brands: Segregation

The social life of brands, specimen #1. When social differentiation turns into segregation. A joke with an un-funny aftertaste. Found in Haynspark, Hamburg.

The big brands, oh yes, they’re only driven by insights.

The big brands, oh yes, they’re only driven by insights. Marketing Director of a company for sustainable household products in a recent conversation. What he meant was that companies should have a purpose that tells them what to do and

The big brands, oh yes, they’re only driven by insights.

The big brands, oh yes, they’re only driven by insights. Marketing Director of a company for sustainable household products in a recent conversation. What he meant was that companies should have a purpose that tells them what to do and