Fantastical: The calendar app that changed my life

Somebody recommended Fantastical to me a little while ago. I can’t remember who it was. But I’m thankful that they did. It’s a really, really smart overlay application — that is, it sits on top of your existing iPhone calendar system — and offers, in my view, a much nicer interface. That made it very […]

BlackBerry gets the Evening Standard treatment

You can’t launch a handset in the UK nowadays without doing a full wrap of the London Evening Standard newspaper. I am sure this advertising will be turning a lot of heads, especially the ‘stop pausing start peaking’ message. The post BlackBerry gets the Evening Standard treatment appeared first on Mobile Industry Review. Original article […]

Audible: How the audiobook service significantly annoyed me tonight

I thought Audible were better than this kind of rubbishy user experience trash. Apparently I’ve activated the service too many times on my phones. And that’s it. Game over. Goodbye. Buzz off and write us an email is their suggestion. Utterly ridiculous. If you’ve got a licensing issue, innovate. Think outside the flipping box and […]

Keep America Beautiful Creates Communities that are Connected, Healthy and Sound

Helping to reduce America’s cigarette litter problem.Combatingthe incidence of graffiti and tagging. Working towards increasing more green play areas in local communities across the country. These are all social innovation initiatives of love, sweat and toil that have involved Keep America Beautiful (KAB). The U.S. not-for- profit brings people together to build and sustain vibrant […]

Social Innovation: Organic Farming, Climate Change and Bhutan

Over the next 50 years, we will need to face global food and farming realities. We will need to meet the challenges of providing better nutrition for more people in spite of rapid environmental change while cutting back our overuse of natural resources, ecosystems and the climate. All this calls for social innovation in organic […]

Smart Cities of the Future: Social Innovation Needed

Currently, more than half the world’s population now lives in cities, a percentage that is expected to rise to 70 per cent by 2030. Today, cities are already responsible for over 70% of global CO2 emissions, which means that meeting the planet’s challenges of increasing urban populations needs smart thinking and smart solutions. One answer […]

Why Social CRM for Small Businesses

Social CRM is shorthand for Social Customer Relationship Management, and it is much more than just a social media marketing buzzword. The numbers prove its worth. Original article here

5 Reasons to Use Google Plus Communities for Brand Promotion

Since being introduced this past December, Google Plus Communities have captured the fancy of everyone having shared interests. If used smartly, Google Plus Communities can prove to be a boon for brands as it provides them with a platform to interact with consumers. Original article here