evolution

Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube & Now Foursquare? The Loosely Coupled Operating System for the Web…

Not long ago, I was presenting along with some folks to the senior executive team at a large division of a massive insurance company. I had the great pleasure of listening to Eileen Naughton of YouTube, when she referred to Google as the operating system for search, Facebook as the operating system for social, Twitter as the operating system for real time and YouTube as the operating system for video. I found her characterization of the services fascinating and useful. 

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Spent: Sex, Evolution, and Consumer Behavior

Book Review: Spent: Sex, Evolution, and Consumer Behavior by Geoffrey Miller

“Marketing is not just one of the most important ideas in business. It has become the dominant force in human culture.” This is how evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller leads into an early chapter on the importance of marketing.

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Evolutionary Marketing?

There's an emerging field in science called evolutionary medicine in which the causes for some diseases and chronic afflictions are found in the conflicts between the varied rates of change among human beings, the pathogens that haunt them, and the context of the environment in which it all exists.

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Robotic Evolution

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The Evolution of Advertising

by: Dominic Basulto

Enjoyed this clever "evolution of advertising" image -- the Don Drapers of the world are thinking about the next bottle of champagne, not about PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat.

[image: Career Evolution]

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A Brief History on Modern Advertising. And if You Think Mass Advertising Builds Brands, Think Again

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Media Journeys Pt. 2 - Convergence

by: Gary Hayes

Another Milia-post break so I can add the next in the ‘Media Journeys’ episodes started a few weeks ago - epiposts? I had a seed sown (read: scribbled on the back of a programme!), during Milia, of a simple evolution of media and associated receiving devices.

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Ad Agencies' New Game

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Slow Innovation

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The Innovation Ecosystem blog analyzes Brand Evolution

by: Dominic Basulto

With much of the mainstream business media focusing on rapid, revolutionary change, it's always a treat to discover bloggers and consultants who adopt more of an evolutionary view of business innovation.

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