Assignment Three

Here’s a list of people doing interesting things with blogging or web 2.0. maybe some useful jumping off points for your second assignment.Certainly your should get some of these names on your radar.

Michael Arrington

Age: 37

What: Tech blogger

http://www.techcrunch.com/

Who do savvy investors and tech-business cognoscenti turn to for help finding the next big thing? Michael Arrington, corporate attorney, entrepreneur and editor of the influential TechCrunch blog. The site obsessively profiles and reviews Internet entrepreneurs, products and services–and a mere mention of a company on its pages can make or break a start-up. Arrington has become a Silicon Valley star, one of the most influential business writers in the world, and is regularly cited or quoted in other media.cc

Mark Frauenfelder

Age: 46

What: Editor, blogger, illustrator

http://www.boingboing.net/

When Mark Fraunfelder co-founded technology and culture ‘zine Boing Boing in 1988, few would have predicted the project would eventually evolve into a new media giant. But in its current incarnation, Boing Boing is one of the most read and linked-to blogs in the world–so big that three of the five editors appear on this edition of the Web Celeb 25. Frauenfelder scores extra points–and ranks higher on the list than his co-editors–thanks to his work as the editor-in-chief of do-it-yourself magazine MAKE, a geek favorite. This year, he published a book, Rule The Web, about “how to do anything and everything on the internet–better, faster, easier.” Boing Boing’s expansion into podcasts and videocasts further increases his visibility.

Seth Godin

Age: 47

What: Marketing guru

http://www.sethgodin.com

In his book Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable, Seth Godin says that the key to success is to find a way to stand out–to be the purple cow in a field of monochrome Holsteins. Godin himself may be the best example of how this theory works: The marketing expert is a demigod on the Web, a best-selling author, highly sought-after lecturer, successful entrepreneur, respected pundit and high-profile blogger. He is uniquely respected for his understanding of the Internet, and his essays and opinions are widely read and quoted–online and off.

Gina Trapani

Age:32

What: Productivity blogger

http://lifehacker.com/

When geeks want to get their lives together, they turn to Gina Trapani. A former freelance web programmer and technology writer, Trapani is the founding editor of Lifehacker.com, an extremely popular weblog which features techy tips on how to increase personal productivity. She’s the author of a book, Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day, and her writing has appeared in outlets ranging from Popular Science to Wired magazine.

Mark Zuckerberg

Age: 23

What: Facebook founder

http://www.facebook.com/

Boy genius Zuckerberg launched the social networking site Facebook from his Harvard dorm in February 2004. Less than four years later, the site boasts over 58 million users, and the privately held company has been valued by observers at as much as $15 billion. Zuckerberg was frequently discussed and quoted in mass media this year as his company exploded in popularity–and while recent advertising initiatives like the “Beacon” scheme have tarnished his and the company’s image, he remains the most prominent face of the social networking boom.

Harry Knowles

Age: 36

What: Movie critic

http://www.aintitcool.com/

In a list full of unlikely celebrities, this one may be the most improbable: By his own account, Harry Knowles is a “gargantuan geek” and “Hollywood’s red-headed stepchild.” Following a 1994 accident that left him bedridden, film fanatic Knowles trolled the Web searching for gossip and rumors about upcoming films and eventually launched his own Web site, Aint It Cool News. The site quickly became–and still remains–one of the Web’s most popular destinations for entertainment news. Knowles has also published a book, guest-hosted Siskel & Ebert and the Movies with Roger Ebert, and has even been cast in cameo roles in several feature films.

Robert Scoble

Age: 42

What: Tech blogger

http://scobleizer.com/

Before fame struck, Robert Scoble was a marketing executive hired by Microsoft to blog about their products–a position not likely to endear him to an Internet audience. But his unique style quickly won him fans. In June 2006, he left Microsoft; today, his blog, Scobleizer, and his video blog, ScobleShow, are hugely popular. Scoble also works as the vice president of media development at startup PodTech.net, and is the co-author of Naked Conversations: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers.

Frank Warren

Age: 43

What: Online artist

http://postsecret.blogspot.com/

Got a secret? Write it on a homemade postcard and send it to PostSecret, Frank Warren’s ongoing community art project. Since its inception in 2005, the project has collected and displayed upward of 250,000 original pieces of art on its blog. Audiences have fallen for the formula: Four books of the postcards have been published to date, most recently, A Lifetime of Secrets. As for Warren, he’s hardly been kept secret: He’s appeared on Today, 20/20, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, Fox News and more.

Om Malik

Age: 41

What: Tech blogger

http://gigaom.com/

Om Malik has a long history as a tech journalist, writing for outlets including Business 2.0, Red Herring and The Wall Street Journal (he was also one of the founding staffers of Forbes.com). But true Web celebrity didn’t happen for the Indian-born writer until 2001, when he started his own technology blog, GigaOm. The popular site has received funding from sources including San Francisco venture firm True Ventures, and Malik frequently appears in the media and on television as a technology expert.

Jeff Jarvis

Age: 53

What: Media critic

http://www.buzzmachine.com/

Jeff Jarvis is an old-media maven turned Internet phenomenon. An associate professor and director of the interactive journalism graduate program at the City University of New York, he’s held jobs in print media ranging from founding editor of Entertainment Weekly to reporter at Chicago Today. But as the editor of media criticism blog Buzz Machine, Jarvis has become a star. He’s a crusader for citizen journalism, a prominent liberal commentator, and, thanks to his frequent appearances on TV and radio, one of the most cited and quoted names on the Net.

Xeni Jardin

Age: 35

What: Journalist, blogger

http://www.xeni.net

Xeni Jardin is ubiquitous as a tech culture journalist, co-editing technology blog Boing Boing, contributing segments to National Public Radio, writing for magazines including Wired, Popular Science and Playboy, and making regular TV appearances on outlets including CNN, ABC, NBC and PBS. She’s also a co-host of Boing Boing’s podcasts and video program, Boing Boing TV.

Ryan Block

Age: 25

What: Gadget blogger

http://engadget.com/

Ryan Block became editor in chief of the massively popular tech blog Engadget in 2007, after working for the site as a reporter since mid-2004. During his tenure at the top, Engadget has consistently pulled in more traffic and news scoops than competitors, and Block has become well-known for hosting its podcasts. In May 2007, Block made news after he published a report stating Apple’s iPhone and Leopard operating system would be delayed; the information was later revealed as false, but not before the news caused Apple’s stock to sink, wiping $4 billion off the company’s market capitalization.

Pete Cashmore

What: Tech blogger

http://mashable.com

Ever wonder just what this whole “Web 2.0” thing is really about–and how you might actually profit from it? Look no further for an answer than Pete Cashmore, a new media expert, tech consultant and author of Mashable!, a blog about social networking. His blog ranks among the most popular on the Web, and counts as a must-read in Silicon Valley.

Steve Rubel

Age: 38

What: PR expert, blogger

http://www.micropersuasion.com/

Public relations expert Steve Rubel writes on how smart bloggers can better market themselves–and the runaway success of his own blog, Micro Persuasion, makes it clear he knows what he’s talking about. An expert in how blogging affects the PR and marketing industries, Rubel works as a marketing strategist and senior vice president at Edelman, a global PR firm, and is one of the most sought-after speakers in the business.

Heather “Dooce” Armstrong

Age: 32

What: Blogger, mom

http://www.dooce.com/

Heather Armstrong first made news back in 2002, when she was fired from her job because she’d been writing about work in her personal blog. The site, Dooce.com, is named for her inability to spell the word “dude” during instant messaging chats–and today, it follows Armstrong’s adventures as a Salt Lake City, Utah, stay-at-home-mom. It remains one of the most widely read blogs in the world.

Darren Rowse

Age: 35

What: Blogging expert

http://www.problogger.net/

Every blogger wants to quit their job and blog for a living–if they haven’t already done it. But it’s not easy figuring out how to make the leap from hobby to profession. Enter Darren Rowse, a former minister turned full-time blogger. His site, ProBlogger, is dedicated to helping other bloggers learn the skills of the trade, share their own experiences, and promote the blogging medium.

Michael Arrington

Age: 37

What: Tech blogger

http://www.techcrunch.com/

Who do savvy investors and tech-business cognoscenti turn to for help finding the next big thing? Michael Arrington, corporate attorney, entrepreneur and editor of the influential TechCrunch blog. The site obsessively profiles and reviews Internet entrepreneurs, products and services–and a mere mention of a company on its pages can make or break a start-up. Arrington has become a Silicon Valley star, one of the most influential business writers in the world, and is regularly cited or quoted in other media.cc

Mark Frauenfelder

Age: 46

What: Editor, blogger, illustrator

http://www.boingboing.net/

When Mark Fraunfelder co-founded technology and culture ‘zine Boing Boing in 1988, few would have predicted the project would eventually evolve into a new media giant. But in its current incarnation, Boing Boing is one of the most read and linked-to blogs in the world–so big that three of the five editors appear on this edition of the Web Celeb 25. Frauenfelder scores extra points–and ranks higher on the list than his co-editors–thanks to his work as the editor-in-chief of do-it-yourself magazine MAKE, a geek favorite. This year, he published a book, Rule The Web, about “how to do anything and everything on the internet–better, faster, easier.” Boing Boing’s expansion into podcasts and videocasts further increases his visibility.

Seth Godin

Age: 47

What: Marketing guru

http://www.sethgodin.com

In his book Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable, Seth Godin says that the key to success is to find a way to stand out–to be the purple cow in a field of monochrome Holsteins. Godin himself may be the best example of how this theory works: The marketing expert is a demigod on the Web, a best-selling author, highly sought-after lecturer, successful entrepreneur, respected pundit and high-profile blogger. He is uniquely respected for his understanding of the Internet, and his essays and opinions are widely read and quoted–online and off.

Gina Trapani

Age:32

What: Productivity blogger

http://lifehacker.com/

When geeks want to get their lives together, they turn to Gina Trapani. A former freelance web programmer and technology writer, Trapani is the founding editor of Lifehacker.com, an extremely popular weblog which features techy tips on how to increase personal productivity. She’s the author of a book, Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day, and her writing has appeared in outlets ranging from Popular Science to Wired magazine.

Mark Zuckerberg

Age: 23

What: Facebook founder

http://www.facebook.com/

Boy genius Zuckerberg launched the social networking site Facebook from his Harvard dorm in February 2004. Less than four years later, the site boasts over 58 million users, and the privately held company has been valued by observers at as much as $15 billion. Zuckerberg was frequently discussed and quoted in mass media this year as his company exploded in popularity–and while recent advertising initiatives like the “Beacon” scheme have tarnished his and the company’s image, he remains the most prominent face of the social networking boom.

Harry Knowles

Age: 36

What: Movie critic

http://www.aintitcool.com/

In a list full of unlikely celebrities, this one may be the most improbable: By his own account, Harry Knowles is a “gargantuan geek” and “Hollywood’s red-headed stepchild.” Following a 1994 accident that left him bedridden, film fanatic Knowles trolled the Web searching for gossip and rumors about upcoming films and eventually launched his own Web site, Aint It Cool News. The site quickly became–and still remains–one of the Web’s most popular destinations for entertainment news. Knowles has also published a book, guest-hosted Siskel & Ebert and the Movies with Roger Ebert, and has even been cast in cameo roles in several feature films.

Robert Scoble

Age: 42

What: Tech blogger

http://scobleizer.com/

Before fame struck, Robert Scoble was a marketing executive hired by Microsoft to blog about their products–a position not likely to endear him to an Internet audience. But his unique style quickly won him fans. In June 2006, he left Microsoft; today, his blog, Scobleizer, and his video blog, ScobleShow, are hugely popular. Scoble also works as the vice president of media development at startup PodTech.net, and is the co-author of Naked Conversations: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers.

Frank Warren

Age: 43

What: Online artist

http://postsecret.blogspot.com/

Got a secret? Write it on a homemade postcard and send it to PostSecret, Frank Warren’s ongoing community art project. Since its inception in 2005, the project has collected and displayed upward of 250,000 original pieces of art on its blog. Audiences have fallen for the formula: Four books of the postcards have been published to date, most recently, A Lifetime of Secrets. As for Warren, he’s hardly been kept secret: He’s appeared on Today, 20/20, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, Fox News and more.

Om Malik

Age: 41

What: Tech blogger

http://gigaom.com/

Om Malik has a long history as a tech journalist, writing for outlets including Business 2.0, Red Herring and The Wall Street Journal (he was also one of the founding staffers of Forbes.com). But true Web celebrity didn’t happen for the Indian-born writer until 2001, when he started his own technology blog, GigaOm. The popular site has received funding from sources including San Francisco venture firm True Ventures, and Malik frequently appears in the media and on television as a technology expert.

Jeff Jarvis

Age: 53

What: Media critic

http://www.buzzmachine.com/

Jeff Jarvis is an old-media maven turned Internet phenomenon. An associate professor and director of the interactive journalism graduate program at the City University of New York, he’s held jobs in print media ranging from founding editor of Entertainment Weekly to reporter at Chicago Today. But as the editor of media criticism blog Buzz Machine, Jarvis has become a star. He’s a crusader for citizen journalism, a prominent liberal commentator, and, thanks to his frequent appearances on TV and radio, one of the most cited and quoted names on the Net.

Xeni Jardin

Age: 35

What: Journalist, blogger

http://www.xeni.net

Xeni Jardin is ubiquitous as a tech culture journalist, co-editing technology blog Boing Boing, contributing segments to National Public Radio, writing for magazines including Wired, Popular Science and Playboy, and making regular TV appearances on outlets including CNN, ABC, NBC and PBS. She’s also a co-host of Boing Boing’s podcasts and video program, Boing Boing TV.

Ryan Block

Age: 25

What: Gadget blogger

http://engadget.com/

Ryan Block became editor in chief of the massively popular tech blog Engadget in 2007, after working for the site as a reporter since mid-2004. During his tenure at the top, Engadget has consistently pulled in more traffic and news scoops than competitors, and Block has become well-known for hosting its podcasts. In May 2007, Block made news after he published a report stating Apple’s iPhone and Leopard operating system would be delayed; the information was later revealed as false, but not before the news caused Apple’s stock to sink, wiping $4 billion off the company’s market capitalization.

Pete Cashmore

What: Tech blogger

http://mashable.com

Ever wonder just what this whole “Web 2.0” thing is really about–and how you might actually profit from it? Look no further for an answer than Pete Cashmore, a new media expert, tech consultant and author of Mashable!, a blog about social networking. His blog ranks among the most popular on the Web, and counts as a must-read in Silicon Valley.

Steve Rubel

Age: 38

What: PR expert, blogger

http://www.micropersuasion.com/

Public relations expert Steve Rubel writes on how smart bloggers can better market themselves–and the runaway success of his own blog, Micro Persuasion, makes it clear he knows what he’s talking about. An expert in how blogging affects the PR and marketing industries, Rubel works as a marketing strategist and senior vice president at Edelman, a global PR firm, and is one of the most sought-after speakers in the business.

Heather “Dooce” Armstrong

Age: 32

What: Blogger, mom

http://www.dooce.com/

Heather Armstrong first made news back in 2002, when she was fired from her job because she’d been writing about work in her personal blog. The site, Dooce.com, is named for her inability to spell the word “dude” during instant messaging chats–and today, it follows Armstrong’s adventures as a Salt Lake City, Utah, stay-at-home-mom. It remains one of the most widely read blogs in the world.

Darren Rowse

Age: 35

What: Blogging expert

http://www.problogger.net/

Every blogger wants to quit their job and blog for a living–if they haven’t already done it. But it’s not easy figuring out how to make the leap from hobby to profession. Enter Darren Rowse, a former minister turned full-time blogger. His site, ProBlogger, is dedicated to helping other bloggers learn the skills of the trade, share their own experiences, and promote the blogging medium.

Michael Arrington

Age: 37

What: Tech blogger

http://www.techcrunch.com/

Who do savvy investors and tech-business cognoscenti turn to for help finding the next big thing? Michael Arrington, corporate attorney, entrepreneur and editor of the influential TechCrunch blog. The site obsessively profiles and reviews Internet entrepreneurs, products and services–and a mere mention of a company on its pages can make or break a start-up. Arrington has become a Silicon Valley star, one of the most influential business writers in the world, and is regularly cited or quoted in other media.cc

Mark Frauenfelder

Age: 46

What: Editor, blogger, illustrator

http://www.boingboing.net/

When Mark Fraunfelder co-founded technology and culture ‘zine Boing Boing in 1988, few would have predicted the project would eventually evolve into a new media giant. But in its current incarnation, Boing Boing is one of the most read and linked-to blogs in the world–so big that three of the five editors appear on this edition of the Web Celeb 25. Frauenfelder scores extra points–and ranks higher on the list than his co-editors–thanks to his work as the editor-in-chief of do-it-yourself magazine MAKE, a geek favorite. This year, he published a book, Rule The Web, about “how to do anything and everything on the internet–better, faster, easier.” Boing Boing’s expansion into podcasts and videocasts further increases his visibility.

Seth Godin

Age: 47

What: Marketing guru

http://www.sethgodin.com

In his book Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable, Seth Godin says that the key to success is to find a way to stand out–to be the purple cow in a field of monochrome Holsteins. Godin himself may be the best example of how this theory works: The marketing expert is a demigod on the Web, a best-selling author, highly sought-after lecturer, successful entrepreneur, respected pundit and high-profile blogger. He is uniquely respected for his understanding of the Internet, and his essays and opinions are widely read and quoted–online and off.

Gina Trapani

Age:32

What: Productivity blogger

http://lifehacker.com/

When geeks want to get their lives together, they turn to Gina Trapani. A former freelance web programmer and technology writer, Trapani is the founding editor of Lifehacker.com, an extremely popular weblog which features techy tips on how to increase personal productivity. She’s the author of a book, Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day, and her writing has appeared in outlets ranging from Popular Science to Wired magazine.

Mark Zuckerberg

Age: 23

What: Facebook founder

http://www.facebook.com/

Boy genius Zuckerberg launched the social networking site Facebook from his Harvard dorm in February 2004. Less than four years later, the site boasts over 58 million users, and the privately held company has been valued by observers at as much as $15 billion. Zuckerberg was frequently discussed and quoted in mass media this year as his company exploded in popularity–and while recent advertising initiatives like the “Beacon” scheme have tarnished his and the company’s image, he remains the most prominent face of the social networking boom.

Harry Knowles

Age: 36

What: Movie critic

http://www.aintitcool.com/

In a list full of unlikely celebrities, this one may be the most improbable: By his own account, Harry Knowles is a “gargantuan geek” and “Hollywood’s red-headed stepchild.” Following a 1994 accident that left him bedridden, film fanatic Knowles trolled the Web searching for gossip and rumors about upcoming films and eventually launched his own Web site, Aint It Cool News. The site quickly became–and still remains–one of the Web’s most popular destinations for entertainment news. Knowles has also published a book, guest-hosted Siskel & Ebert and the Movies with Roger Ebert, and has even been cast in cameo roles in several feature films.

Robert Scoble

Age: 42

What: Tech blogger

http://scobleizer.com/

Before fame struck, Robert Scoble was a marketing executive hired by Microsoft to blog about their products–a position not likely to endear him to an Internet audience. But his unique style quickly won him fans. In June 2006, he left Microsoft; today, his blog, Scobleizer, and his video blog, ScobleShow, are hugely popular. Scoble also works as the vice president of media development at startup PodTech.net, and is the co-author of Naked Conversations: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers.

Frank Warren

Age: 43

What: Online artist

http://postsecret.blogspot.com/

Got a secret? Write it on a homemade postcard and send it to PostSecret, Frank Warren’s ongoing community art project. Since its inception in 2005, the project has collected and displayed upward of 250,000 original pieces of art on its blog. Audiences have fallen for the formula: Four books of the postcards have been published to date, most recently, A Lifetime of Secrets. As for Warren, he’s hardly been kept secret: He’s appeared on Today, 20/20, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, Fox News and more.

Om Malik

Age: 41

What: Tech blogger

http://gigaom.com/

Om Malik has a long history as a tech journalist, writing for outlets including Business 2.0, Red Herring and The Wall Street Journal (he was also one of the founding staffers of Forbes.com). But true Web celebrity didn’t happen for the Indian-born writer until 2001, when he started his own technology blog, GigaOm. The popular site has received funding from sources including San Francisco venture firm True Ventures, and Malik frequently appears in the media and on television as a technology expert.

Jeff Jarvis

Age: 53

What: Media critic

http://www.buzzmachine.com/

Jeff Jarvis is an old-media maven turned Internet phenomenon. An associate professor and director of the interactive journalism graduate program at the City University of New York, he’s held jobs in print media ranging from founding editor of Entertainment Weekly to reporter at Chicago Today. But as the editor of media criticism blog Buzz Machine, Jarvis has become a star. He’s a crusader for citizen journalism, a prominent liberal commentator, and, thanks to his frequent appearances on TV and radio, one of the most cited and quoted names on the Net.

Xeni Jardin

Age: 35

What: Journalist, blogger

http://www.xeni.net

Xeni Jardin is ubiquitous as a tech culture journalist, co-editing technology blog Boing Boing, contributing segments to National Public Radio, writing for magazines including Wired, Popular Science and Playboy, and making regular TV appearances on outlets including CNN, ABC, NBC and PBS. She’s also a co-host of Boing Boing’s podcasts and video program, Boing Boing TV.

Ryan Block

Age: 25

What: Gadget blogger

http://engadget.com/

Ryan Block became editor in chief of the massively popular tech blog Engadget in 2007, after working for the site as a reporter since mid-2004. During his tenure at the top, Engadget has consistently pulled in more traffic and news scoops than competitors, and Block has become well-known for hosting its podcasts. In May 2007, Block made news after he published a report stating Apple’s iPhone and Leopard operating system would be delayed; the information was later revealed as false, but not before the news caused Apple’s stock to sink, wiping $4 billion off the company’s market capitalization.

Pete Cashmore

What: Tech blogger

http://mashable.com

Ever wonder just what this whole “Web 2.0” thing is really about–and how you might actually profit from it? Look no further for an answer than Pete Cashmore, a new media expert, tech consultant and author of Mashable!, a blog about social networking. His blog ranks among the most popular on the Web, and counts as a must-read in Silicon Valley.

Steve Rubel

Age: 38

What: PR expert, blogger

http://www.micropersuasion.com/

Public relations expert Steve Rubel writes on how smart bloggers can better market themselves–and the runaway success of his own blog, Micro Persuasion, makes it clear he knows what he’s talking about. An expert in how blogging affects the PR and marketing industries, Rubel works as a marketing strategist and senior vice president at Edelman, a global PR firm, and is one of the most sought-after speakers in the business.

Heather “Dooce” Armstrong

Age: 32

What: Blogger, mom

http://www.dooce.com/

Heather Armstrong first made news back in 2002, when she was fired from her job because she’d been writing about work in her personal blog. The site, Dooce.com, is named for her inability to spell the word “dude” during instant messaging chats–and today, it follows Armstrong’s adventures as a Salt Lake City, Utah, stay-at-home-mom. It remains one of the most widely read blogs in the world.

Darren Rowse

Age: 35

What: Blogging expert

http://www.problogger.net/

Every blogger wants to quit their job and blog for a living–if they haven’t already done it. But it’s not easy figuring out how to make the leap from hobby to profession. Enter Darren Rowse, a former minister turned full-time blogger. His site, ProBlogger, is dedicated to helping other bloggers learn the skills of the trade, share their own experiences, and promote the blogging medium.

Here is the link to Sam’s Pod Cast all the other assignment two reports are here as well. Unfortunately Rose’s movies did not load up ( Too Big ) but i think you can still get a good sense of the report. One thing i got from looking at your reports was a sense that advertising is becoming more about providing a service and that technology is the cheap way to do that, especially if you interpret service as non-essential but thats just one issue of many. I think the reports all ask more questions then they answer and will provide plenty of food for thought for you all for the rest of the course. All the issues i wanted you to think about with regard to applied technology are here in these presentations …. enjoy : )

Sam’s

Pod cast (the blog has a link to the RSS feed. You can get it onto your i-tunes from here or just watch it as an mp4 online.)

iTunes store (for those who have and use itunes store, you can subscribe/ view direct from the itunes store…for free of course.)

amy.pp Honda Element

anouk.ppt Sheila’s Wheels

chandni.ppt Apple Computers

charlie.ppt 02 Mobile Phones

claire.ppt Bluetooth

harry.ppt Nike 6.0

hayley.ppt Orange Mobile Phones

joe.ppt Ford ‘Stupid Dogbot’

laura.ppt Yahoo ! Music

liz.ppt Goldfish Credit Card

marie.ppt Ebay USA

mike-a.ppt Burgerking/Xbox 360

mike-i.ppt Branded Websites Vs Virals

nivi.ppt Tate Modern

raj.ppt Honda Element

rose.ppt Ebay France – Semacodes

loi.ppt Coke Zero – Philips Lumalive technology

tom.ppt Cravendale

One Response

  1. As a celebration of the end of Assignment Two, I would like to post this link to a quaint little video animation constructed in response to the world of Facebook and blogging, as we had utilized the social networking site as inspiration in our digital pursuits.

    http://www.neatheryezbick.com/blog/2009/03/facebook-commentary.html

    word.

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