Social Media for your Grandma

Hands down to the designers at Moma Propaganda for these wicked vintage ‘future ad’ designs. They feature as part of a collection called “Everything Ages Fast” for Seminars hosted by communications agency Maximidia.


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Buy a girl her life back

Danny Boyle put on the agenda in Slumdog, The Girl Store makes it possible to do something about it. I dig the connection between tech and real impact on the ground.


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Don’t talk to me I’m on Facebook…

Whether you unwind by tagging your mates in photos from your last night on the tiles, going on an e-spree for a whole new image or blogging about your obsession with Justin Bieber…  the internet presents a pretty safe addiction right?

Or does it? What are we all learning about social dynamics when we are maintaining relationships through a keyboard? Are we hiding from things socially that we don’t want to confront in the real world?

The guys from kaleidoscope have captured a variety of people’s experiences who use the web today. As we see people sharing both their needs & their vices regarding the web we start to question the phenomenon we have come to take for granted.


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A mind once stretched by a new

idea never regains its original



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