#8 Brand Hacking.
Lisa Sounio’s presentation at Plugg invited me to write about something that I have been for a while trying to find the time for: Dopplr. In life, the more experience one gathers, the more keenly one seeks for quality. Much has been said about Dopplr, now two years in our lives, but I do not … Continue reading
There are a million reasons I could give as to why music and film, once they enter society, and they are savoured, sampled, devoured and idolised, become particles of popular culture, and hence, once time has stripped the economic return from them, they should become copyright-free for artistic purposes. My hope is that, in the … Continue reading