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Sherry Turkle: Connected, but alone? | Video on TED.com

As we expect more from technology, do we expect less from each other?
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Henry Alex Rubin: Is Technology Disconnecting Us?

In the world of Henry-Alex Rubin's new feature film, Disconnect (http://youtu.be/aqCcQOlDM4o), the hunters have a distinct advantage over the hunted and thei...
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80 percent of teens have texted in the last week

80 percent of teens have texted in the last week | Technolgy and communication | Scoop.it

A new study shows that teens prefer texting to all other forms of communication and nearly 80 percent of them...


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How technology and business is changing communication

A look at how new changes in technology and business is changing the future of communications.

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It’s Time for a Digital Intervention | Superhype

It’s Time for a Digital Intervention | Superhype | Technolgy and communication | Scoop.it

"Stop multitasking. I’ve stopped using instant messenger while I have email open or when I’m talking on the phone. It’s time to stop cheapening the value of communication through multitasking. And walking while texting is downright dangerous especially in a congested city like Chicago, where I work. So — no more of that."


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In A World Of 140 Characters, Great Writing Can Give A Brand Its Voice

In A World Of 140 Characters, Great Writing Can Give A Brand Its Voice | Technolgy and communication | Scoop.it

While Twitter and texting appear to be reducing our communications skills to the level of a grunt, there has been a spate of TV spots in which the power of the long copy has been applauded by the industry, consumers and award juries alike.

 

Spots like the multi-lauded “Born of Fire” spot for Chrysler by Wieden +Kennedy, which gave Detroit, a city considered lost for decades now, something to be proud of. These words didn’t just sell a car, they uplifted an entire city.I remember watching this ad in the jury room in Cannes and feeling the hairs on my arm stand up. It was also interesting that the power of the words were not lost on the international jury. Jokes and special effects used to be the way to win at Cannes. Maybe not so anymore....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 9, 2013 1:37 PM

Interesting look at advertising trends...