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Is an Internet Without Advertising Possible?

What does your digital utopia look like? Can the internet be governed? Or do we have to fundamentally change how it works? I believe that the internet would benefit greatly from having all advertising removed. It feels weird to think about that....

Posted by: Studio Black Tomato
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Features

How brands become prophets – the rise of social prediction

A view from Chris Pearce... Charcoal, a substance once restricted to barbecues and gas mask filters, has become major food trend and is popping up in everything from chewing gum to black ice cream. A few years ago, it would have taken a major leap...

Posted by: Persuasion Communications
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Design

Top Design Trends of 2017 from the Industry

When it comes to the world of design in 2016, many will look back on it as a year where the digital and physical worlds finally began to blend in earnest thanks to the advent of affordable VR and the perpetual advancement of design technology. It's...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Technology

The Week in Tech

Firefox joins the virtual reality bandwagon Last week, Mozilla made good on their promise to bring virtual reality to the popular Firefox web browser by implementing support for WebVR (an experimental API that makes it easier to connect the browser...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Made in USA: How to grow a job market

Made, the Boulder, Colorado-based agency dedicated to creating and supporting US-based jobs has announced three new executive hires in the form of David Castellanos as copywriter, Mariela Rueda as art director, and Heather Barranco as strategist....

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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News

Is 'AdBlock' software unfair to the advertising industry?

You know 'Mozilla', don't you? The people who make the Firefox web browser? Well, it turns out they also make a thing called 'AdBlock Plus'. And, if you're using it, you're getting right up the noses of some advertising big-wigs. For the...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw

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