Lynette Webb

most people over 30 have trouble grasping why would want digital version of yourself

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children influenced nearly half of all US household spending in 2005

by: Lynette Webb

This is one of those things that’s common knowledge, but it’s still nice when you stumble across some numbers (or at least educated estimates) to reinforce.

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in digital age anytime step outside your door you risk ridicule

by: Lynette Webb

The quote says it all really. It comes from a Newsweek article that asked, “will fear of exposure on the Internet cause people to lose every day spontaneity?”.

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people see 1mb of information a second

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The concept of information overload is an old chestnut… but I’ve not seen it expressed so bluntly in these terms before. No wonder my hard drive fills up so quick...

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today the idea of approximeeting is commonplace

by: Lynette Webb

This is another in my occasional series of ‘changing norms’… aiming to document stuff that we now take for granted as being an everyday pattern of life, but that not long ago was totally different.

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Key Is to Produce Something that Pulls People Together and Gives Them Something to Do

by: Lynette Webb

There's a great discussion happening online about "transmedia planning", which some are mooting as a replacement for the 'media-neutral planning' concept.

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i'm a digital immigrant - may never become a native but need to assimilate

by: Lynette Webb

Here’s another old quote that I had reason to resurrect recently. I really like the terminology “digital immigrant” and “digital native”.

 

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Internet Still on Day One

by: Lynette Webb

This is a really old quote - 5 years old already! - but it's still one of my favourites... I finally had a reason to turn it into a Flickr slide last week. I think the quote is even more resonant now - at the time he said this, it was before the whole social networking/web2.0 buzz - so you can look back even now and see how far we've progressed.

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media meshing in europe

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multitasking has reached warp speed.png

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