Monthly Archives: May 2011


Quit Playing Games With My Heart—Keep Playing Them Online 1

Recently, we’ve been talking a lot about gamification, mostly because our client iLoop Mobile has been having conversations with media and analysts about its new mobile retail app SlingShop. “Gamification” has been one of this year’s hottest buzzwords, evidenced by rumors of an IPO for FarmVille creator Zynga, the recent rush to join social media […]


Live TV Beyond the Box

I have a new addiction. It’s a television show, a singing competition and features some of the biggest names in music. And it is not American Idol. My new must watch is The Voice on NBC. While I hate to admit that I have gotten sucked into a reality series (in my defense there have […]


The Good/Bad News Of AOL’s Huffington Post Acquisition 1

The ink on the papers of AOL’s February acquisition of the Huffington Post is still fairly fresh, and the many changes that AOL has made to the internet media group are even fresher. Through a series of restructuring, streamlining, and re-branding, AOL is working to create a next-generation media source that combines editorial content and […]