Monthly Archive for July, 2009

Curiosity

Written by Sebastian Overgaard Are You One of the Dead Virgins? Companies trying to interact with users of Social Media can learn quite a bit from the tale of “1001 nights”. Do you remember how it goes? It’s the story about a freaky Persian King who would marry virgins and kill them on their wedding […]

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iPhone is hackable

Written by Tehneyat Waseem Ok I hope that people reading the article I will refer to in a few seconds do not attempt to become ultra, super duper cool hackers by attempting to do this. Being on a quest to decide whether to get myself an iPhone or a Blackberry, having bugged and cross examined […]

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Written by Thilde Vesterby Since Drew Olanoff was diagnosed with cancer in May 2009, he has blamed everything on his cancer – like losing his keys or misplacing his wallet – and who wouldn’t? Cancer is one of the most evil things I can think of. But for Drew, being diagnosed with cancer became an […]

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Written by Tehneyat Waseem Counting on the internet to make you smile happens a lot. I took it for granted that the 5 minutes zipping and zapping online, reading a comic strip, watching a link to a video on YouTube someone posted to their profile on facebook, twitter or the like during working hours actually […]

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Written by Jonas Klit Nielsen “While we’re waiting” is a rough translation of the title of a program on national TV here in Denmark. The program is shown every year on the 24th of December and starts in the morning to make the day fly by for all the children looking forward to getting presents […]

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Written by Tehneyat Waseem The endless debate on whether one is better than the other (twitter vs. facebook) has taken a turn as Bill Gates has castaway facebook stating it’s too time consuming and difficult to use. Martha Stewart backs him up by saying that twitter is better. I love this article by Mashable because […]

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Written by Jonas Klit Nielsen One of the most fantastic things about social media, is that you never know whats going to be a hit and whats going to flunk. Everyday more than 13 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube, and it would take you more than 412 years to see all the minutes […]

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Written by Thilde Vesterby The Copenhagen Metro, in corporation with several sponsors, recently launched their annual short film contest, the prize of which is to have the winning film shown on screens throughout Metro stations in the Copenhagen area. Mette Carla T. Albrectsen’s film, XY Anatomy of a Boy, won the audience prize, but the […]

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Written by Sebastian Overgaard Try this: picture a typical Facebook-user in your head? Who do you see? My first guess is that you see a young web savvy person. Giving him an iPod, a narcissistic character and a Coca Cola probably wouldn’t ruin the picture either, would it? From what I experience, the general notion […]

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Written by Sebastian Overgaard I’m in the dark here!!! This is not only a touching line cried out by the blind Frank Slade played by a remarkable Al Pacino in the movie “A Scent Of A Woman”. It’s also the feeling well known to many bloggers, twitters and social media entrepreneurs. Will this be heard […]

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