This interview conducted with the Washington Business Journal’s Jen Nycz-Conner discusses how digital has and continues to change journalism.
xPotomac returns with an exciting line-up, including Mark Schaeffer, Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant, Jodi Gersch, Jennifer Nysz-Conner, Shana Glickfield, Andy Gilman and Kathy Baird. Check it out!
xPotomac 2014 covered a wide variety of topics from contextual media, video and the Internet of Things to digital approaches in nonprofit, healthcare and journalism. Here are all of the videos from this year’s event!
xPotomac returns on February 28 with stellar line-up that includes Robert Scoble, Shel Israel, Toby Bloomberg, Danielle Brigida, Allyson Kapin and Jim Long.
When you fail, learn what you can from the mistakes, adapt so next time there is different outcome, and start working toward the next success. Maybe you will experience a win, or maybe a different failure, but it is always a step closer to the solution.
The buzz about Google Glass, a form of wearable computing, reached zeitgeist status after SxSW. Now mainstream media is picking up the hype drum for a product that won’t even be released until next year. Should marketers care?
It’s a very reasonable question, and there may be two answers.
First, marketers should care, not necessarily about Glass, but what the device represents.
Wearable computing promises to take ubiquitous mobile Internet access and layer unprecedented information into our day-to-day existence. Commonly called augmented reality, users can interact in two ways: Sharing and accessing information anywhere.
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