Hot on the wheels of the remake of Ceefax, this is #clever.
When live events go wrong, and here are some of the most memorable ones.
Website of the week 15 February 2021
This is so very cool
From February 2021, the website of the month is now weekly, and this week is a little bit different in that it’s a portal to the very random and very digital world.
I’m giving Luminar 4 a road test, so I’ll be revisiting here to provide updates on how I get on over the next three months.
I’ve joined, really not sure about this network. Time will tell. It maybe the app of the moment, but I can see some bits I’m not sure about.
January 2021 sees a website so retro, but yet very on message, and just excellent.
How to you connect ecommerce, car leasing and a brand personality into one website? Lingscars.com is an example.
Difficult to pronounce name?
I’ll let you decide of this is real agency life.
Brilliant, retro Captain Marvel
Where will this lead to? A new piece of tech has been approved for use in of Michigan – basically instead of a plastic number plate (or metal license plate abroad), it is replaced with a backlit HD display.
Amazon, going by their update email announces that if you don’t like/want/need a purchase, don’t pay, just throw in the bin/use for free.
A clever initiative, spotting the gap in the market.
The full #typed note is here …
What’s the best present you can give this year?
This is thought provoking – and faces the train that is approaching us all.
How you demolish a brand with one simple email – the [email protected] email fiasco will come to haunt SugarSync
I too have received the ‘Alex’ email: this is the email I received out of the blue from’Alex.
Whether they, however, are still at working SugarSync today is questionable. The full #typed note is here …
Are your agency conference calls just like this ..
We spend so much time on conference calls that this parody sums them up …
I like this – a novel approach to solving the First World problem of recycling nearly new tech gadgetry.
In this instance, it is how we could upgrade our mobile phones using a modular approach to manufacture.
The argument is convincing, though the approach is basic – but does raise interesting questions.