Archive for June, 2011

Digital Futures Power Pack 5 is out

Collections of thought-provoking material by some of the world’s leading futurists to inspire questions about the future of your business. Free download on our Facebook page [5].  Enjoy!

Tomi T. Ahonen: Insider’s Guide to Mobile

Free edition of TFA partner Tomi T. Ahonen’s book: Insider’s Guide to Mobile. A comprehensive overview of mobile telecoms and smartphones business opportunity, from end-users to service and apps, to handsets, to the business of mobile. This free edition has the full 350 pages of

Data is the new Oil, and paying with Attention is the Future of Media Video from Gerd Leonhard’s presentation at Nordiske Mediedager 2011 in Bergen, Norway; see https://www.nordiskemediedager.no/speakers-8/ Topics: why data is the new Oil, why most content will be paid for by ‘attention’, the convergence

Glen Hiemstra: The Future of Jobs

From Futurist.com: “Today in the U.S. we received bad news regarding employment, as the number of new jobs created in the past month fell, after several months of relatively robust gains. While one month does not make a new trend, the news has shaken the

#Turkcelltweet (by rabarba13) Found on YouTube: “Turkcell was launching new smart phones bundled with mobile internet and wanted to create awareness among the heavy internet users. We created a first of it’s kind live competition that took place in the home ground of the Turkish

Digital Futures Power Pack 4 is out

Collections of thought-provoking material by some of the world’s leading futurists to inspire questions about the future of your business. Free download on our Facebook page [4].  Enjoy!

Anthony Weiner: Social Media Policy Lesson

From the Shelly Palmer’s blog: “Representative Anthony Weiner (D-NY) has a hell of a PR problem. Actually, I’m understating the issue … he is giving us an object lesson is how not to handle a messaging crisis. Although not meant to be, it is both

Interview with Gerd Leonhard during the Media Future Week in Almere, Netherlands, May 16th, 2011. Interviewer was futurologist Richard Lamb of TrendWatcher.com Agency.