With virtually no load or lag time whatsoever, I’m currently watching the feature film
I have way too many friend requests to delete down to 100.
Please send me a friend request and I’ll gladly accept.
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But certainly not my first blog. I’ve been blogging for several years. Last Novenmber – can’t believe it’s been a year – I started TheBrandingBlog, primarilly for small businesses and for those in marketing communications positions who want more insight into the branding process.… Continue
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I want media to be a respected and valued discipline in the Advertising industry.
Maybe it’s just me and maybe I am just being too damned serious today, but ass kissing was never a strategy that worked with me … and never will. It is not why I do what I do and love doing it. And it burns me that the ad community continues to focus on it, even in fun. OK, maybe I am being too serious. But I am too invested in this posting … and I can’t turn back… Continue
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250,000 people evacuated. Miles of land ruined. Billions of dollars in property destroyed Depleted resources and responders. The National Guard’s been called. Another state turned disaster area. No end in sight. And it’s only Monday.
Yeah, me, too.
Funny thing, as I sit with smoke filling my little corner of SoCal—so far, we’re okay, haven’t been evac’d yet; God will it, we won’t—all I could do is two things (1) Pray. (2) Watch TV.
For starters,… Continue
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There are many ways to incorporate avatars into online business. Tech support could definitely benefit. Very few software or hardware customers read a tech support site’s FAQ or documentation. Personally, I don’t blame them. When something doesn’t work, I want to ask and find the solution.
An avatar can be your personal tech support consultant. Type your question and let the avatar tell you the answer. Once you hear the answer, the site can provide a button fo
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Online businesses are beginning to use avatars. This rate of usage will increase over the next few years.
You go to Amazon to purchase some books. The beauty of traditional books stores is that they are ideal for browsing, looking for the unknown. An avatar at Amazon can provide this service. Ask the avatar, “What new mysteries are available?” and the avatar tells you the new mysteries that are in stock. You click on a button to view these recommendations or t
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People communicate in many ways. They write, speak, and they use facial and body language. People send email, write blogs, and express opinions in message forums.
An email address identifies the person who sent an email and a user name identifies a person in a forum. How do we identify a voice on the Internet? How do we place a face with a user name?
We use avatars to visually represent a person’s identity online. The avatar may be 2D, 3D, look like a c
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Founded in 2002, Geometric Informatics (GI) is a research and software development company based in Boston. We specialize in 3D computer graphics and are producing cutting-edge products for a variety of industries. We are one of the world’s fastest growing and innovative computer graphics companies.
At Geometric Informatics, our research applies newly discovered algorithms developed from modern theories in geom
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