My Muse List Top 10 2009 guyhaim.com @guyhaim delicious . com / guy_haim
2009 Was An Inspiring Year <ul><li>Only a few of my del.icio.us bookmarks get the tag INSPIRATION </li></ul><ul><li>I picked 10 of them from 2009 </li></ul><ul><li>Ten projects that made me realize the unlimited opportunities in today's marketing. </li></ul>
The Mayor of London has issued a public brief for re-branding the chaotic identity of London and its extensions. MovingBrands agency decided to open the pitching process to the public. Crowdsourcing at its best.
Aaron Koblin, an artist specializing in data visualization, asked workers on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk to draw him a sheep. Workers were paid 2 cents per sheep. The stunning sheep collage was presented worldwide and on the project’s website.
Digital agency Nonsence gave themselves a mission: to conceive, design, build and promote a web-based business within 24 hours. The team broadcast the experiment live and offered their as yet not born idea for sale on ebay.
This year I got turned on by many new location based services but the korean-twitterish-meaty version of a retro ice-cream truck made my mouth water. Kogi BBQ travels around LA, twitters its location, plugs its essence and today has tens of thousands of followers.
Umair Haque describes tectonic changes in economic and social reality. M generation is a generation of passion, authenticity, and responsibility. Unlike other generational models, M generation is not defined by age, but by ambition - to make a difference, to change.
2009 was the year of real-time, in which new standards of service, communication and the processing of information picked. Sprint launched its 4G network with a cool website, a simulation of real-time NOW.
Here’s to a happy inspiring 2010 guyhaim.com @guyhaim delicious . com / guy_haim