Monthly Archives: September 2010

Branded ‘memories of the future’: The ironic case of Audi

The Russian branch of the German car maker Audi has recently produced a very interesting piece of communication, that creatively works with the ‘future’ theme. Their 2011 calendar shows a variety of seemingly futuristic scenes, all having one detail in … Continue reading

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Branded ‘memories of the future’: The ironic case of Audi

A Russian branch of the German car maker Audi has recently produced a very interesting piece of communication, creatively working with the ‘future’ theme. In their 2011 calendar they show seemingly futuristic scenes all having one detail in common: independently … Continue reading

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Layers of gaming, and why we need them

Few days ago I bumped into a new video on TED.com, a speech by Seth Priebatsch The game layer on top of the world. I can’t embed the video here, so you need to go to their site to view … Continue reading

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