As you know if you follow me, I’m on Twitter everyday. I love Twitter, I love my friends on Twitter, and I write about Twitter often. Twitter is a huge part of my life, it is my happy place, and it’s full of positive people who send positive tweets.
In this guest posting, Kogan’s David Shafer argues that Qantas’ handling of its air emergencies demonstrates the importance of brand value in ensuring consumer safety Anybody who is interested in the power of a brand should take note of what Qantas has done this past few days. On 4 November, immediately after the troubled A380 aircraft successfully landed, Qantas announced that, “in accordance with its commitment to the highest safety standards, it has suspended scheduled A380 takeoffs”. CEO Alan Joyce suspended the flights until such time as Qantas are “completely confident that Qantas safety requirements have been met”, and underscored, “We’re not going to take any risks with passenger safety.” This is despite the immediate financial loss that Qantas suffered while it found stranded passengers hotel accommodation, and organised replacement aircraft. Those who believe that corporations can’t be trusted must be at least a little puzzled by Qantas.
What's this then? After a wildly successful campaign for Internet Week Europe, UK-based digital agency Saint is partnering with ArtWeLove, Deviant Art, The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and The NYC Department of Education to bring Can You Draw the Internet? to Internet Week NY. What will certainly be one of NYC's largest participatory art initiatives of the year, CYDTI will tap into the creativity of students, creatives, and established artists. While the setting may differ, the brief is the same: Capture the spirit of the Internet's billions of pages in a single image.
Web 23/12/2009 à 15h14 - mis à jour le 25/12/2009 à 23h21 | vues | réactions En 2007, le premier lip dub (un clip en playback, tourné en "plan séquence", souvent dans une entreprise) est réalisé.
Click here to read the chapter that Randy ended up cutting from the book. THE FULL ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Read the full acknowledgements that were mentioned on the last page of The Last Lecture . THE EXCLUSIVE VIDEO Randy discusses his book in this video.
Updated 7 a.m. Friday The woman who openly admired President Obama's physique during his visit to Buffalo on Thursday has found herself catapulted into the national spotlight, with lots of buzz -- and criticism -- on the Internet and a "you're a hottie" joke in the opening monologue of Jay Leno's "Tonight Show." "People tell me I should think before I open my mouth," Luann Haley, a single mom who works as a bill collector, told WGZR-TV in Buffalo. She said she was "just trying to be funny, and I almost regret that now." The television station said Haley turned down a request to appear on a national morning news show Friday morning. Here is her interview with WGZR-TV .