Posts tagged “microsoft”

Got Culture?

Douglas Bowman, a damned fine designer, just quit his job at Google due to basic, deep-set cultural differences: When a company is filled with engineers, it turns to engineering to solve problems. Reduce each decision to a simple logic problem. Remove all subjectivity and just look at the data. Data in your favor? Ok, launch […]

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Where is the Love?

Since when does Microsoft get it? Sure, the ways in which the internet changes the relationship between advertisers and consumers isn’t exactly breaking news, but Microsoft’s new ad is the best and most humourous summary of the changes that I’ve seen so far. Of course the authenticity of the blog to the movie is so […]

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The Real Future of Shopping

Loyal readers are already aware of the OTTO Store and my part in creating it. In a past post I questioned whether this is the future of shopping or not, but left the question unanswered. Well, the answer’s simple. No. It’s not. What is the future of shopping? Step right this way and I’ll explain […]

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