Archive for april, 2016
It’s an honor to hold a Sharkonomics business modeling workshop for business professionals the Swedish Computer Society. Sharks are always searching for new models for theirs attack and defense strategies, so it will be really nice to lead this workshop May 12th for the open minded members of the Swedish Computer Society in Stockholm.
1. 16 minutes of shame
2. Most people don’t care if it’s branded content, as long it’s good.
3. Sharkonomics makes its début in China
4. HP: Keep Reinventing
5. An idea that can increse US tourism with 30-50%
6. Businesses are swimming into the gap of IT, but they don’t understand-IT
7. 600 car dealers in standing ovation
8. Will Samsung Pay reinvent smartphone payment?
9. AppleCurrency with Steve Jobs on the coin
10. @jackyan: Think Ikea’s foray into fashion was a novel idea? #ikeafashion
Businesses are swimming into the gap of IT, but they don’t understand-IT.
Most people don’t care if it’s branded content, as long it’s good.
Director Kaylee King-Balentine, T Brand Studio. The New York Times. Speech quote from Meg 8/4-2016 with permission.
Mobile is not future, it’s present!
Andrew Morse, CNN’s Executive Vice President and General Manager of CNN Digital Worldwide. Speech quotes at Meg 7/4-2016 with permission.
I love when culture projects open up our minds for new meetings, thoughts and emotions. BollywoodOpera is that kind of project. It was created by Charlotta Huldt (a powerful force and a great voice). She´s got more energy than a thousand Indian elephants, and she will have an ensemble of hip-hop artists, opera singers and 200 kids on stage (perhaps even some Indian elephants…). I hope she´ll get a great audience and get to travel with this project to India (the media has already covered the production).
Bollywood Opera in Botkyrka is a unique and sparkling cross-cultural community opera project, based on Rossini’s comic opera The Italian Girl in Algiers, directed and produced by Charlotta Huldt. The idea of the production is that the art of opera started 5000 years ago in India with its music and melismatic singing. It then travelled, as people migrated through the Orient, the Arabian Peninsula, where the old church modes developed, and created the foundation for the Western European world of music including Bach, Beatles and Beyoncé. Charlotta got the idea of bringing opera back to its origin and combining it with aspects of modern Indian Bollywood film. The performance gives a voice to the splendour and diversity of humanity, and speaks of our mutual cultural heritage and roots we all share through colourful music and dance. The show opens on the 25th May 2016 at the Subtopia creative centre in Botkyrka and it´s a collaboration between professional opera singers, dancers, musicians and students at the Cultural School of Botkyrka.