Monthly Archives: February 2008

One Sheet

I recently stumbled upon this collection of paper sculptures all made from cutting, scoring, and folding only a single sheet of paper, and I thought this stuff was simply too amazing not to be shared with the world. These pieces…

Carson surfs the LOAB wave…

Life on a Board (LOAB), a surf apparel company focused on eco-friendly materials (organic cotton, bamboo) and processes, hired a new art director, David Carson, according to a press release published in Transworld Surf. This future collaboration is not a…

Virgin America, new wings to fly!

In its “how to fly” aggressive and ambitious campaign message, Virgin America is spreading its conqueror wings over the American market.To seduce the potential demand, Virgin innovated and invested liberally. From the “revamped” 350 bus stops in San Francisco to…

PickupPal, to go your way…

In the “global eco-friendly transportation revolution…”, PickupPal is the newest version of carpooling, servicing a driver and a passenger or -what will create competition with already established carriers- a driver and a package. Emphasizing on a more human environment, the…

the “zero force” typing marvel

A giant step was made, when in February 2006, Jeff Han revolutionized the world of digital technology by introducing to the public its high-resolution multi-touch computer screen. Without polemicizing on the fatherhood of the multi-touch technology, Apple or Perceptive Pixel…

All Marketers are Liars…

… that’s why I believe almost everything Seth Godin, the demi-god of the marketing world says in this 45 minute video presentation to an audience of Google employees. Godin talks about what Google did right, why it’s an ultra-successful brand…

Bio or fossil?

As a previous blog reported, GM is supporting a new biotech company that is attempting to make ethanol from mostly agricultural waste, rather than taking from the nation’s corn crops. A smart move because new research, as reported in the…