by: Roger Dooley
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by: Josh Hawkins
Determined not to make the same mistakes as the music industry, television networks are scrambling to experiment with new Internet distribution models. And some are making money along the way.
Want people to remember your message? Get their undivided attention first. Texas A & M neuroscience prof Dr. Bill Klemm (aka the “Memory Medic” writes that multitaskers remember less.
In a post titled … but is it memorable? at Creating Passionate Users, blogger Kathy Sierra talks about the chemistry of how memories are created in the brain, and how to exploit that in your content.
By way of introduction to the field, here are a few articles that provide an interesting perspective on the use of neuroscience in marketing.
by: Joseph Mann
by: David Jennings
by: Sebastian Campion
The 2006 edition of the Play Award design contest is devoted to football (or 'soccer' as it is called in the US).
On November 16, 2005 a parking space in San Fransisco was subliminally hacked.
At noon, the parking-space transformed into a small public park with grass, a tree and a bench where people could rest and relax. After two hours, the park turned back into a parking space.
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