Apple’s much debated iOS 7 update is here. There are lots of different views about the new user interface. Frankly speaking, I like the flat design. I think it helps content stand out more, an important step forward in user experience. Besides there are lots of other really cool features too.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz asked customers in an open letter not to bring guns to Starbucks stores. Not a ban, a request he emphasises. A bold statement and a good one at that. Will other CEOs follow? Maybe not, but personally I wish to see more of this kind from Global CEOs.
Here’s the full text of the letter. You can also view it on the Starbucks blog
Dear Fellow Americans,
Few topics in America generate a more polarized and emotional debate than guns. In recent months, Starbucks stores and our partners (employees) who work in our stores have been thrust unwillingly into the middle of this debate. That’s why I am writing today with a respectful request that customers no longer bring firearms into our stores or outdoor seating areas.
Discover Blaire Somerville’s bizarre and beautiful world in a remote corner of New Zealand. He created a playground for himself full of wizardry by using recycled materials only. It’s a bit long but inspiring (you can pocket it below for later view). Brought to you by Joey Bania
After a long period I’m finally coming back to the blogosphere. This being the third time starting a blog (first in 2001) I think I’m never getting rid of it again, no matter how little I post.
What am I going to write about?
Marketing in a disruptive economy. I will try to analyze and share thoughts, cases, ideas, best practices and new methods of marketing and communication that are challenged by transformative ideas everyday.
So, sit tight and don’t forget to share.
Warning! Get inspired at your own risk. I’m not responsible for you getting too excited or doing crazy stuff.