From the monthly archives:

November 2004

7 million pixels Cameraphone on the Horizon

November 27, 2004

Canon and LG are working on it. ]]>

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Eat, Dream, Walk, Talk… Breathe

November 27, 2004

Ine – Yaridhamutagim ]]>

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Oracle 2020:

November 26, 2004

PhotoBlog, one can hardly imagina what Personal Media we will be creating, storing and sharing in 10 years from here. A Glimpse into the Future of Database Management. ]]>

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PR and RSS

November 26, 2004

even though RSS stands for Really Simpel Syndication. Which brings us to RSS and PR. Last week the PRSA (Public Relations Society of America) sponsored a seminar called “PR and Emerging Communication Channels.” This seminar addressed the emerging trends known as Web logs (blogs) and Real Simple Syndication (RSS). They taught attendees that blogs are […]

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Inventing language

November 26, 2004

Karla and Ana are helping us with the translations; which tends to be tricky since Latin versus Europe Portuguese and Spanish is not quite the same. “I must declare to the spanish-speaker-world that I just invented two new verbs in spanish: Foto Blogging = Foto-Bloguear Audio Blogging = Audio-Bloguear Yo Foto-Blogueo Tu Foto-Blogueas El/ella Foto-Bloguea […]

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Why Branding is dead

November 25, 2004

Stichting Marketing conference “Burn the Brand”. It’s a typical phenomenon of the yearly SM conference: a catchy opener and a list of biased speakers; apart from Kevin Roberts I don’t see any topic or speaker who will really question the claim “Burn the Brand”, what I see is two days “long live the brand”. And […]

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Bejing Breast Awareness exhibition

November 25, 2004

Moko just send an update on the Breastawareness exhibition in Bejing. The exhibit was very successful in Beijing and there were many reports about it on internet, newspaper and TV. There is a special theme on the project on Trends Health magazine’s website. ]]>

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