This talk by Morgan Spurlock interests me because he explores some of the down side of branding. Those of us in marketing and advertising get in the habit of thinking too often of the brand value of things. This presentation asks us to reflect in helpful ways about commercialization, advertising in public space, and most importantly, transparency.
The plausible, but not necessarily true, bits of information about a product. The definition of factoid might, itself, fit the criteria of being a factoid.
Lately I’ve found myself advocating for blogging and microblogging. Microblogging is a loose term. Sometimes it means posts that don’t have titles and other features of full-fledged articles…
Content is supreme, be it text or image. An image can be riveting, but a contextualized image can capture more than passing interest. It can entice someone into seeking a deeper understanding of your work. And you are the expert on your content.
Perhaps the most significant piece of misinformation generated by archives is the impression of their own authority.
To use elements from existing documents in a new or different document, the fastest and most accurate way to do this that I have found is by creating and using Libraries …