Monthly Archives: July 2009

Exponential Times.

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Exponential Times.
Cool, quick video that speaks to the explosive growth and speed of adoption associated w. technology.

Boom.

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Twenty B’s took this picture from the Moonwalk here in New Orleans on the Fourth of July. I like it because it looks like the Crescent City Connection is blowing up.

Where It All Goes.

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Where It All Goes.
Mmmmm, infographics. Here in New Orleans, I believe we spend a tad more than .9% on alcohol. Just saying. Click image to embiggen.

CSS Fu.

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CSS Fu.
Our friend Travis in Breaux Bridge has released CSS Fu – a batch CSS Gallery submitter. It’s still in beta, and submissions are currently free – check it out!

Bon Voyage, Jonah.

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Bon Voyage, Jonah.
My business partner of more than two years, Jonah Langenbeck, is making a big career move, recently accepting the Interactive Media Manager position at the National WWII Museum. We partnered back in 2007 and spent the last two years working (sometimes frantically) on dozens of websites and interactive assets for various local and national clients. […]

Building Gets Blown.

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Building Gets Blown.
From Copyranter: I’m assuming this was a real placement, since the ad won a Media Bronze Lion at last week’s Cannes Festival. That’s the Haitong Securities building in Shanghai, fairly famous in the architectural world for its unique wave design. Opposite it, is a large billboard for a Midea fan, created by Firstell Communications.