If you’ve read my thoughts on ubiquitous music or have been paying any attention to my twitter feed it’s pretty easy to understand why this article by Babak A. Parviz gets my geek up.
If you’re like me, these days you can’t hardly get more than one post from your GoogleReader under your belt before someone mentions the future of one of the following: the advertising industry, newspapers, magazines. Wired has taken a nice step. But please Wired, don’t stop there. Partner up.
“Here’s where the movement starts. Where we stop nodding along and ask “why”, “how much” and “how necessary”. Here’s where we curb runaway health care costs.”
More often than I’d like to admit, I’ve seen people representing themselves or their company via social media make a mistake (be it in on-line customer relations or in real-world action) and then defend themselves feverishly instead of actually admitting they made a mistake.
s part of NORTH’s second “We’re Live Downtown” campaign for Portland’s Downtown Marketing Initiative, I helped to concept, design and execute a reactive environment ( interactive art installation ) using Flash-based motion detection software and three local artists’ interpretation of what snow in Portland looked like to them ( artist courtesy of P.I.C.A. ).
PortlandConcertPhotography.com was born of a love for music & photography, a canon 5d, a night of shooting blind pilot @ mississippi studios and a few hours over a three day span. simplicity is a rule for me and this site lets the user focus almost entirely on the work and nothing else.
the installation hoopla continues. on top of the site madness and the incredible job the NORTH crew has done on this year’s round of commercials (soon to be featured on downtownportland.org and in a limited way on YouTube) our little installation has been gathering some pretty good momentum. we’ve encountered more challenges than even i [...]
ok so most of my time lately has been take up by working on the various areas of NORTH’s newest campaign for downtown portland. the tv spots (which i have to say are pretty badass, you’ll see them soon), the website, and the most fun part for me, the 13′ x 7.5′ rear-projected interactive art [...]