Will Online Food Save The World?

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Kicking back for a well deserved five minutes in the red sofa at the office, a thought came to mind: Why do we store such huge amounts of food in distributed warehouses all across the city? I’m talking here about the grocery stores. I can understand that we need the small corner stores for when […]

More On The Beauty of Stealing

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Dear Chris, You left me a comment on my “Cut, Copy, Steal, But Never Lie”-post about how it is “NEVER okay to steal”. I believe you are missing my point, and since I believe it’s quite an important one I will dedicate this whole post to an answer to your comment. The point is that […]

Telenor To Become Hero Of Internet Liberals?

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The mobile telephony operator Telenor are being threatened by IFPI that they’re going to be taken to court if they don’t block The Pirate Bay for their customers. I guess taking TPB themselves to court is one thing (though counter productive), but taking Telenor to court? It will be interesting to see how far IFPI […]

The New Forsman & Bodenfors Site Review

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A little over a year ago I wrote about the Forsman&Bodenfors site that never seemed to air. And now, finally, it has. The lesson that I talked about back then was that polishing and polishing on your product, and not getting it out there is fatal in times of rapid change. I also quoted Guy […]

True Blogging

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I think it’s interesting to see how the Insider’s Journal-blog of Björn Borg is posting pictures from their work on the SS10 collection. I think this is the way to do a blog. Very open, very involving, taking your customers with you on the journey. Screw secrecy, and tease the nextopia nerve by being smart, […]

Predictions And Afterthoughts

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Times change, and it’s always easy to be smart when looking back. But when you’re back there, things are rarely that obvious. We can laugh at Bill Gates for saying that 640k of RAM is all anyone will ever need (or did he?), but predicting the future is a whole different ball game. An excellent […]

MySpace 2.0 Launched

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A while back I wrote about MySpace on my other blog (which has been asleep for some time now while I’ve been busy with this one). Last night MySpace launched it’s 2.0 version, and that is of course big news for the world of social media. I haven’t played around with it much yet, but […]

The Agency Void

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I have mixed feelings about Cannes 2008. It felt like maybe, just maybe, things are starting to move ever so slightly. I would say that there is a growing void between two different schools of advertising. Myself, I’m clearly on one side. It seems to me that the majority of the world’s advertising juries are […]

 
 
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