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Twisting the news – 17th edition

In cappuccino on November 26, 2015 at 8:07 am

For an age that’s quite nostalgic about the past we are pretty obsessed with the future be it the near future or a farther perspective. So what’s in for the future when it comes to tech? Some C-level execs agreed on the future being shaped by the cloud. The cloud, they claim, is the tech that will most influence our lives, followed by mobile and the Internet of things.

However, some other reports trying to predict the future are suggesting something else: mobility and virtual reality are rising. Of course, mobility is part of the future, don’t believe any of us will go back to using the desktop or being wired, and obviously virtual reality will be the hype of 2016 with the launch of Oculus. The question is: will they stay? We haven’t yet figured a way to make wearables relevant for everyday experience, will we make one for VR?

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Twisting the news – 10th edition

In cappuccino on November 17, 2015 at 6:41 am

A sketch drawn within a minute becomes an international symbol. You’ve seen it. Adweek has a point. It is about speed. It is about the speed of reaction. Facebook activated  mark as safe in the next hour from the tragedy. In terms of social media marketing, this is what makes a difference: making a decision on the spot, without needing an entire board’s consent.

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Twisting the news 2nd edition

In cappuccino on October 12, 2015 at 6:31 am

Extra-sweeten your coffee, it’s Monday morning, you’ll need that extra energy, let’s see.

644518_482964478391235_1344225470_nTake is as Monday morning inspirational story of what one can achieve. You probably like it or your friends like it and you’ve seen it from them: “I f**king live science” Facebook page is a social media phenomenon with more 22 million fans. Elise Andrew, who founded the page on her own and is the sole contributor publicly admitted her mental health issues, saying the internet is there to remind her that some people are much worse.

Turkey banned media coverage of suicide bombing in the Turkish capital of Ankara. That comes in addition to the already existing Youtube, Twitter and Facebook ban.  Read the rest of this entry »