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Content Marketing in a Blink: The Content Grid v2 [Infographic]

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[…]Today, fewer people ask, “How can I get started in content marketing?” and more probe, “How can I operationalize it?” These are good signs. {…] The Content Grid v2 picks up where its predecessor left off. Intact is the prescriptive connection between content type and distribution channel. New is the perspective of the buyer, a multi-stage purchase funnel, and a comprehensive collection of KPIs (like they say, “What isn’t measured, isn’t purchased.”). Although v2 contains significantly more information than the original, the new design is infinitely more simple.

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June 24, 2011 at 14:01

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The History of Email Infographic | Mashable

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What’s notable is nothing notable between 1982 and 1989.

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June 18, 2011 at 10:27

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World’s First QR Code Coin

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Royal Dutch Mint 5 Euro coin with a QR Code.

The Royal Dutch Mint have produced a limited edition of QR Coded coins to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Mint in Utrecht. The silver 5€ and the gold 10€ will be issued on June 22, 2011 when the Mint promises that if you scan the code “…you will be surprised at what you’ll see”. The code scans as http://www.q5g.nl and at the time of writing resolves to the Royal Dutch Mint’s non-mobile site. It will be interesting to see just how scannable the code really is in practice, given that the larger of the two coins is only 33 mm in diameter. […]

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June 18, 2011 at 8:01

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Airbus unveils see-through plane of the future | Telegraph

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Airbus’ chief engineer shows what the airliner of 2050 might look like.

[…]Gone are the regulated class divisions of First, Business and Economy, replaced by personalised zones that offer flexible, tailored levels of relaxation, interactivity and working spaces.

Passengers will choose to travel in the Interactive zone, with a bar and electronic games where they can mingle and socialise. And those wanting quiet and solitude can choose the Relaxation zone.

[…]Central to each plane will be a ‘neural network’ based on the human nervous system. Such a network will create an intuitive interface between each passenger and the plane, and will offer personalised in-flight services such as morphing seats, holographic pods and seamless digital access, all adaptable to individual needs and moods.

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June 15, 2011 at 9:04

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[Exclusive Videographic] How airlines dedicate resources to social media marketing | Leaders in airline & airport customer engagement :: SimpliFlying

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June 11, 2011 at 10:11

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KinectShop: The Next Generation Of Shopping [Exclusive Video] | Fast Company

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Virtual reality shopping just got a lot more real–and could soon become a lot more mainstream. “KinectShop” (working title), an augmented reality shopping platform for the Xbox Kinect, exploits the system’s new finger-recognition technology to allow shoppers to grab items from an unlimited shelf of clothes, see how accessories look at multiple angles, and share the photos with friends on Twitter and Facebook for a quick thumbs-up or down.

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June 11, 2011 at 10:04

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Steve Jobs WWDC 2011 Keynote in 60 Seconds

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All you need to know.

(Via Jack Schofield)

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June 10, 2011 at 11:33

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