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The Past, Present and Future of Google and VR

The Past, Present and Future of Google and VR | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

"I’m joined on the podcast today by Road to VR Executive Editor Ben Lang and Moor Insights Analyst Anshel Sag for a 45-minute roundtable discussion about Google and what they’re doing in VR. We cover everything including Google Cardboard, Jump cameras, the Expeditions educational program, WebVR, Project Tango, Google Glass, Magic Leap, Tilt Brush, voice recognition, machine learning, the Android ecosystem & their complicated relationship with Oculus & Samsung, and predictions about what type of VR or AR HMD that they may be manufacturing.

It’s clear that Google has some significant in the virtual reality space, and we discuss everything that we know about what they’re currently doing and make some predictions as to where we think we’re going in the future."

- Road to VR


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Incredible Talk Event From Incredible Coach -- Karen Dietz Interview

Incredible Talk Event From Incredible Coach -- Karen Dietz Interview | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
IncredibleTalks! Marketing and Mindset Interviews for Entrepreneurs, Coaches, and Consultants

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, March 12, 2015 4:04 PM

Now here's the second interview with me that's coming up next week. This one is with Mike Rafferty of Incredible Coach, and you can listen in on Wed. March 18th. Mike was great to work with and I am honored to be on his show.


Click on the link to get all the info on when and how to participate.


Mike and I did this interview a few months ago where we talked about how to use storytelling to increase your impact, influence, and revenue. We had a great time for 30 minutes and I shared lots of good info for you to take home.


BTW -- my book with Lori Silverman Business Storytelling For Dummies is now a bestseller! It's been out a year and we've sold over 5,000 copies. Yay! Only 6% of non-fiction books sell that many. Wow -- who knew? Needless to say, we are thrilled.


OK -- shameless self promotion is over and I'll go back to curating more cool stuff for you :))


Enjoy your day -- Karen

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Story Powered Hangout w/ Karen Dietz: Best Articles From Her Biz Story Curation

Story Powered Hangout w/ Karen Dietz: Best Articles From Her Biz Story Curation | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
In this episode of Story Powered™ Lianne Picot will be ‘hanging out’ with Karen Dietz of Just Story It. Karen will be sharing some of the articles and news

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, May 4, 2015 3:32 PM

Hi folks! Tomorrow I'm being interviewed by colleague Lianne Picot for her Story Powered radio show on business storytelling.


Come hang out with us as we talk about some of my favorite biz story articles that I've brought into my curation.


We'll also chat about several trends I'm noticing, talk a bit about curating, and add some tips on how to curate stories, knowledge and wisdom for your company or tribe.


Date and Time: Tues. May 5, 10 am Pacific. 


Click on the title link above for more info. Hope you can listen in!

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Capturing Wisdom With Storytelling

Capturing Wisdom With Storytelling | Digital Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

Madelyn Blair’s company name Pelerei represents two root words that mean “lifting people up.”  She made up the name as a hidden reminder of who she is and why she is here.  Learn more about Madelyn’s books: "Riding the Current" and "Essays in Two Voices".


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Karen Dietz's curator insight, April 2, 2014 8:40 PM

Oh this is so cool! My good friend and biz story buddy Madelyn Blair is interviewed here by Annette Simmons (author of The Story Factor) where she talks about how to harvest our stories for wisdom. 


This is particularly important for leadership -- but also really for anyone in business who wants to maximize their work with business stories and being a compelling storyteller.


There are many qualities I love about Madelyn. She's brilliant and her book Riding the Current focuses on how we can stay up to speed in this age of information overload. In particular, she discusses how stories can help us continually engage with learning, and develop wisdom.


She talks about other topics in this interview, too -- like social media and its connection to storytelling. Plus she shares with everyone an activity any group can do to elevate mood, reveal core values, and find/transfer wisdom. Yeah!


Madelyn arrives tomorrow for a visit -- we're taking Bo Eason's storytelling workshop over the weekend, then heading to Los Angeles for meetings and a day-long get together of other biz story professionals. I can't wait to hang out with my buds, get inspired from sharing our work and progress, and be with everyone in person instead of via Skype.


OK -- enjoy this podcast. I know you will and thanks Annette for another great interview!


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it