Brilliant Videographic Explains How Social Networks Make Us Lonely


You've probably come across research findings explaining how social networks make us lonely - but none of them would be as beautifully executed as this animated clip by motion designer Shimi Cohen. … Check it out ▸

What Is Digital Strategy – Core Concepts, Tools, Deliverables And More


If you're looking for a go-to guide for digital strategy, here's an excellent presentation that provides a comprehensive overview, covers core concepts, tools, deliverables and lots more. … Check it out ▸

The Most Influential Celebrity Online Is…


Zimbio has come up with a list of the 50 most influential celebrities online. The top 3 celebs have a combined following of over 180 million Facebook fans and 107 million Twitter followers - staggering numbers indeed! The rankings are as follows: … Check it out ▸

Who Is Spying On You And How To Stop Them [INFOGRAPHIC]


The internet is full of clever a-holes trying to get a hold of your personal information. Most people realize this AFTER someone's hacked into their accounts. The smarter folks take the necessary steps beforehand, realizing the fact that EVERYONE IS PRONE to threats online. … Check it out ▸

Outsourcing Platforms Compared – oDesk vs Elance vs Freelancer vs 99designs


With a combined workforce of over 14 million freelancers, 11 million jobs and $1.8 billion in cumulative freelancer earnings - oDesk, Elance, Freelancer and 99 Designs are the 4 biggest outsourcing platforms today. This cool infographic by TimeDoctor compares these 4 major players on several different parameters, providing interesting information if you're … Check it out ▸

Is Honda “Hands” The Coolest Ad Of 2013?


Simple but brilliant. Honda’s “Hands” film pays tribute to the company’s innovations in the fields of automotive and technology over the past 65 years. … Check it out ▸

Miss USA Winners Bare All In PETA’s New Ad – Effective Or Unnecessary?


Last month, Miss USA winners Alyssa Campanella, Shanna Moakler, Shandi Finnessey and Susie Castillo bared all for a photo shoot for PETA's "Say No To Fur" campaign. The objective was to urge the fashion industry and beauty pageants to do away with fur. … Check it out ▸

A Beautiful Concept Of An Imaginary City In The Sky


Here's some wonderful mid-week inspiration for your creative senses. 'City in the sky' is a conceptual rendition of a beautiful imaginary city above today's dense and polluted metropolitan areas. A quieter, greener place in the sky, filled with peace and tranquility to help you escape from the stress of everyday life. … Check it out ▸

Pepsi “Bus Levitation” Stunt Gets 3.5 Million YouTube Views In 1 Week


Pepsi roped in British illusionist Dynamo for this eye-catching stunt that wowed Londoners last week. The magician seemed to be floating alongside a double decker bus, leaning his arm on the roof with his feet in mid air. … Check it out ▸

Secrets Revealed – What Your Online Profile Photo Says About You


Full marks to the guys at MyLife for coming up with this hilarious (and partly true) infographic. It's safe to say that the average Facebook user must have come across at least 9 out of the 10 examples given below. The writer's done a great job summarizing the 'meaning' behind these stereotypical pictures. … Check it out ▸

Superhydrophobic Spray Makes Any Surface Completely Waterproof [VIDEO]


Guys, you'll never have to worry about women complaining about you spilling stuff on clothes, furniture, blah blah, again. Pennsylvania-based Ross Nanotechnology has come up with NeverWet - a superhydrophobic (water repellant) spray that makes metal, plastic, fabric and wooden surfaces completely waterproof. … Check it out ▸

IBM Creates ‘Smart’ Billboards For ‘Smarter’ Campaign


Simple, clever and memorable. Ogilvy France created these wonderful dual-purpose billboards for IBM's 'Smart Ideas For Smarter Cities' campaign. Love the call-to-action messaging on each one (refer to the image captions). Don't miss the case study video at the bottom. … Check it out ▸

Internet For Everyone – The Technology Behind Google’s Project Loon


Google's Project Loon aims to provide internet access to everyone on the planet through a network of balloons travelling on the edge of space. The primary objective is to provide connectivity to rural and remote areas and help people get back online in disaster-hit sites. … Check it out ▸

What If Facebook Existed 100 Years Ago During World War One?


Check out this brilliant campaign by DDB Paris for Musee De La Grande Guerre De Meaux (Museum of the Great War in Meaux). The campaign revolves around Leon Vivien, a 29 year old school teacher drafted into the French military during World War One. Torn away from his pregnant wife he shares his experiences on his Facebook page thereby educating … Check it out ▸