Made me smile. [Via LitmanLive]

Looks like September is going to be robo-arm month. Microsoft is doing something cool with robots on RememberReach.com for the launch of Halo Reach (September 14th) featuring a user-generated light sculpture of Reach’s Noble Team. “The Kuka KR 140 bot, normally deployed in car factories, has been outfitted with an LED and stationed in an […]

It was actually created as a Holidays greeting end of last year but stumbled upon it while cleaning up some files on my computer. ‘Think outside the box’ and find all clichés hidden in this picture. ‘Low hanging fruit’, ‘Mission critical’, ‘Drink the Kool-Aid’, … those are only a few examples. Enjoy! You can download […]

I have this habit of downloading pretty much every white paper, research, … that I come across online. I then put them in a Dropbox folder so it’s shared with colleagues and they’re easy to access from multiple devices. They’re also mostly in PDF format for easy reading so sounds like I’ve got it all […]

I never really understood the Cannes Lions advertising festival. Sure I like hanging out in Cannes sometime in June and see some of the best advertising out there mixed with a good party, it’s mainly the award categories that I cannot get my head around. Direct, PR, Cyber, … does that still work? You’ll see […]

Is your website amongst the 1 million most visited websites? Find out here – and spot it between the million icons of the web. Or just order the poster ;) [Via @fwa]

Keeping in mind that some of the data in the infographic seems to be a bit misleading (cfr discussion on Lifehacker) it still poses an interesting question about how shopping is shifting from online and offline, and which product categories are big in e-commerce. [Via Lifehacker]