This Guy Reimagined Superman As A Pakistani And Muslim, Fighting A Different Kind Of War
"The story starts small and grows more political, dealing with terrorism, drone warfare, the relationship between Islam and the West. I’ve also rooted the story in Islamic mythology in some ways too."
"Our Startup Idea" cartoon | Marketoonist | Tom Fishburne
It has never been easier to start a business. The infrastructure is in place to get businesses going for lower investment than just about any time in history.
"Big Data Analytics" cartoon | Marketoonist | Tom Fishburne
Marketers have never had more data at their disposal. The opportunity to glean insights by crunching all of these new sources of data is pretty intoxicating. Yet having access to the data is only one part of the equation. Making sense of the data is the harder part.
"Growth Hackers" cartoon | Marketoonist | Tom Fishburne
There's a growing movement in Silicon Valley to replace "Marketers" with a new position called "Growth Hackers". Some are claiming that startups should eliminate their marketing teams altogether.
"Open Innovation" cartoon | Marketoonist | Tom Fishburne
Businesses have increasingly realized that they can't do innovation alone. Many have implemented open innovation programs to make it easier to bring in ideas from the outside world. As Nanako Mura from Kraft put it, "we recognize that we don't know everything."
[#AtelierFW] La modération comme source de valeur pour le community manager
La modération, "ce n'est pas de la censure" rappelle Jérémie Mani, CEO de Netino, l'un des spécialistes de la modération et de la relation client.
"We're Going Digital" cartoon | Marketoonist | Tom Fishburne
Should campaigns be media-driven or idea-driven? Lately, it feels like the media tail is wagging the campaign dog. Many campaigns are built around a media platform, as if the media platform alone was the big idea. Most of the Foursquare campaigns I see feel like that. Sometimes marketers forget that media platforms are enablers to big ideas. They aren't the big ideas themselves. The media channels developing today are
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Answer (1 of 251): In 2011 there was a large, national survey of Americans across all age groups that looked at just this. The paper was called Regrets of the Typical American published by Roese and Morrison in Social Psychological and Personality Science. http://spp.sagepub.com/content/2/6/576 ...