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Digital LA BIG Games Panel at Beverly Hills Porsche
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Image by BeverlyHillsPorsche
Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

Beverly Hills Porsche
8425 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
www.BeverlyHillsPorsche.com

Find out about exciting events in and around Beverly Hills by following Beverly Hills Porsche on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BevHillsPorsche

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Digital LA BIG Games Panel at Beverly Hills Porsche
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Image by BeverlyHillsPorsche
Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

Beverly Hills Porsche
8425 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
www.BeverlyHillsPorsche.com

Find out about exciting events in and around Beverly Hills by following Beverly Hills Porsche on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BevHillsPorsche

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LOGO + BANNER: avtoav.net
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Image by Gaia ❥
This logo and web banner were designed for a client, Johnny Ghiardie, who is creating the website: avtoav.net/

Av To Av is a virtual world networking site; a place where you can twitt, poke, upload songs & videos, and so on.

Social Media Session at ad:tech Chicago
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Image by Somewhat Frank
Social Media: The Dynamics of the Genre and The Opportunities for Marketers
During the past 2 years, a new generation of tens of millions of consumers has started living, playing, and buying online in new ways not feasible even a few years earlier. Enabled by tools known as blogs, online social networks and Web 2.0 technologies, social media is the fastest-growing consumer marketing arena in the world. Listen to pundits discuss how these new sites are monetizing this audience and what marketers can do to engage.

MODERATOR:
David Carlick, Managing Director, Vantage Point Venture Partners

PANELISTS:
Ted McConnell, Interactive Innovation Director, Procter & Gamble
Amy Gibby, President, eCRUSH.com
Kris Oser, Director of Strategic Communications, eMarketer
Shawn Gold, Senior VP, Marketing and Content, MySpace.com

The Industry Standard Page 15
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Image by Matt McAlister
"Softbank sells stake in web ad network" by Rick Bruner

The Industry Standard covered media and the advertising market in great depth. It was also good at tracking the investments happening around the industry.

This story begins to ask what Softbank is doing with its investments and who are these companies who’s leaders don’t even use computers.

"TechNet still seeking route to Beltway success" by Rebecca Vesely

This includes the first of two pages on the TechNet story, the so far unsuccessful attempt of Silicon Valley to influence political policy:

"TechNet plans to expand membership and events to the high-tech corridors of Texas, Washington, Virginia and Massachusetts. But whether it will be able to expand with an annual budget of million and a staff of 11 remains to be seen."

The issue of technology and politics came to a head in the first year of The Standard’s life when Microsoft went to trial for anti-trust. Elizabeth Wasserman joined the team and sat in Washington to surface the important political coverage of the time.

* This image is part of the set: The Industry Standard Prototype Issue, January 12, 1998

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Get On Your Bike – 450 Bicycles Now Available At 40 Locations
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Image by infomatique
NOW OPERATIONAL:

Dublin City plans to make 450 bicycles publicly available from 40 locations around the city in a scheme similar to that which exists in Paris and operated in conjunction with the same private partner – outdoor advertising company JC Decaux.

People will be able to pick up a bike whenever they need it and drop it back to any of the locations when they are done. A Smart-card system will handle issues like deposits and payment. Any fee will be very modest – the plan is to make them as freely available as possible.

The network will be monitored and distribution teams will maintain and move bikes around the city depending on demand and supply.

The network of stations will extend from the Mater Hospital in the north to Grand Canal in the south and from Smithfield in the west to the IFSC and North Docklands in the east.

Ground works on the installation of the bike stations began early 2009 and the bike scheme will be fully operational by September 13th.

The proposed locations are listed below.

Anne Street South – On Street Location
Blessington Street/Berkeley Street Junction- On Street Location
Bolton Street / Capel Street Junction- Footpath Location
Chancery Street- On Street Location
Charlemont Place- On Street Location
Christchurch Place-Castle Street – Footpath Location
Cornmarket – On Street Location or Potential Footpath Option
Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires
Dame Court-Exchequer Street Junction- On Street Location
Dame Street (Barnardos Square) – Paved Area of Square an Option
Earlsfort Terrace- On Street Location
Eccles Street- Footpath Location
Fitzwilliam Sq North- On Street Location
Fownes Street Upper-Central Bank- On Street Location`
Frederick Street North/ Hardwicke Street Junction- On Street Location
Georges Quay (Talbot Memorial Bridge junction) – Footpath Location
Golden Lane- On Street Location
Grantham Street/Camden Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
Harbourmaster Place (adjacent to IFSC and Connolly Station) – On Street Location
Herbert Place/ Baggot Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
James Street East- On Street Location
Leinster Street South- On Street Location
Luke Street – On Street Location
Marlbourough Street- On Street Location
Merrion Square East- On Street Location
Merrion Square West- On Street Location
Molesworth Street- On Street Location
Mountjoy Square West- On Street Location
Ormond Quay Upper – On Street Location
Parnell Square North- On Street Location
Parnell Street- Footpath Location
Pearse Street – Footpath Location
Princes Street North/ O Connell Street Junction – On Street Location
Portobello Harbour/ Richmond Row/- Paved Area or On Street Options
Smithfield. On Street Location
St Stephens Green East- On Street Location
St Stephens Green South- On Street Location
Talbot Street- On Street Location
Wilton Terrace/ Leeson Street Lower Junction – On Street Location
Wolfe Tone Park/Jervis Street

There Are Only One Or Two Emply Slots And Then 7 People arrive On Bicycles
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Image by infomatique
NOW OPERATIONAL:
Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires

Dublin City plans to make 450 bicycles publicly available from 40 locations around the city in a scheme similar to that which exists in Paris and operated in conjunction with the same private partner – outdoor advertising company JC Decaux.

People will be able to pick up a bike whenever they need it and drop it back to any of the locations when they are done. A Smart-card system will handle issues like deposits and payment. Any fee will be very modest – the plan is to make them as freely available as possible.

The network will be monitored and distribution teams will maintain and move bikes around the city depending on demand and supply.

The network of stations will extend from the Mater Hospital in the north to Grand Canal in the south and from Smithfield in the west to the IFSC and North Docklands in the east.

Ground works on the installation of the bike stations began early 2009 and the bike scheme will be fully operational by September 13th.

The proposed locations are listed below.

Anne Street South – On Street Location
Blessington Street/Berkeley Street Junction- On Street Location
Bolton Street / Capel Street Junction- Footpath Location
Chancery Street- On Street Location
Charlemont Place- On Street Location
Christchurch Place-Castle Street – Footpath Location
Cornmarket – On Street Location or Potential Footpath Option
Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires
Dame Court-Exchequer Street Junction- On Street Location
Dame Street (Barnardos Square) – Paved Area of Square an Option
Earlsfort Terrace- On Street Location
Eccles Street- Footpath Location
Fitzwilliam Sq North- On Street Location
Fownes Street Upper-Central Bank- On Street Location`
Frederick Street North/ Hardwicke Street Junction- On Street Location
Georges Quay (Talbot Memorial Bridge junction) – Footpath Location
Golden Lane- On Street Location
Grantham Street/Camden Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
Harbourmaster Place (adjacent to IFSC and Connolly Station) – On Street Location
Herbert Place/ Baggot Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
James Street East- On Street Location
Leinster Street South- On Street Location
Luke Street – On Street Location
Marlbourough Street- On Street Location
Merrion Square East- On Street Location
Merrion Square West- On Street Location
Molesworth Street- On Street Location
Mountjoy Square West- On Street Location
Ormond Quay Upper – On Street Location
Parnell Square North- On Street Location
Parnell Street- Footpath Location
Pearse Street – Footpath Location
Princes Street North/ O Connell Street Junction – On Street Location
Portobello Harbour/ Richmond Row/- Paved Area or On Street Options
Smithfield. On Street Location
St Stephens Green East- On Street Location
St Stephens Green South- On Street Location
Talbot Street- On Street Location
Wilton Terrace/ Leeson Street Lower Junction – On Street Location
Wolfe Tone Park/Jervis Street

Paris Métro
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Image by ~FreeBirD®~
Paris Métro train halls are decorated in a style defined at the Métro’s opening in 1900. The spirit of this aesthetic has generally been respected in the various renovations since then.

Standard vaulted stations are lined by small white earthenware tiles, chosen because of the poor efficiency of turn-of-the-century electric lighting. From the outset walls have been used for advertising; posters in early stations are framed by coloured tiles with the name of the original network operator (CMP or Nord Sud). Stations of the former Nord Sud (lines 12 and 13) generally have more meticulous decoration. Station names are usually inscribed in white onto blue metallic plaques (CMP) or in white tiles on a background of blue tiles (Nord Sud).

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Punking Chevron’s We Agree Campaign in New York, NY
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Image by Rainforest Action Network
Thanks to the activists in New York City who posted these spoof Chevron posters!

When Chevron rolled out a fancy new ad campaign, we were ready for them. We had only a fraction of Chevron’s budget — the company won’t say how much it spent this time around, but typically spends as much as million on an ad campaign like this — but we had the element of surprise, and we were determined to press our advantage. Go here for the full scoop.

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Sprint 4G Rollout Event
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Image by Gangway Advertising
November 11, 2009

Pictured: Mike D. Merrill with Crystal Davis of Sprint

Sprint partnered with Social Media Club to celebrate the rollout of the new 4G platform. Guests enjoyed live demonstrations of Sprint 4G with the help of Sprint’s 4G Mobile Marketing Team, refreshments on the patio of Iron Cactus, and networked with local social media and technology enthusiasts.

Sprint 4G Rollout Event
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Image by Gangway Advertising
November 11, 2009

Pictured: Mike D. Merrill with Crystal Davis of Sprint

Sprint partnered with Social Media Club to celebrate the rollout of the new 4G platform. Guests enjoyed live demonstrations of Sprint 4G with the help of Sprint’s 4G Mobile Marketing Team, refreshments on the patio of Iron Cactus, and networked with local social media and technology enthusiasts.

Free advertising
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Image by todmaffin
If people spot my computer on a shared network, they get a little ad. Who knows if anyone actually went to my site as a result of seeing it, but you never know. 🙂

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Personal Branding: Revision 2 / 20080115.10D.47543 / SML
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Image by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML
SML Pro Blog: Personal Branding

What better way to brand yourself than sticking your logo on your skin?

Revision 2
Instead adding a lot of noise of URLs and words, I thought that a logo is probably enough. And with motion it becomes fun.

Thoughts
I wonder if a white background would be better, because the body is not shown very well here. Perhaps gray light.

Strobist Info
Light source: Panasonic AX100 projector hooked onto computer screen.

Related SML Flickr Tags
+ Experiment
+ Me
+ Projection

Related SML Universe
+ SML Advertising
+ SML Brands
+ SML Pro Blog: Personal Branding

© 2008 See-ming Lee (Blog / Facebook / Flickr / LinkedIn / Network / Orkut / Twitter / Wiki)

Punking Chevron’s We Agree Campaign
Network advertising
Image by Rainforest Action Network
Chevron rolled out a fancy new ad campaign yesterday, and we were ready for them. We had only a fraction of Chevron’s budget — the company won’t say how much it spent this time around, but typically spends as much as million on an ad campaign like this — but we had the element of surprise, and we were determined to press our advantage. Go here for the full scoop.

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Grotesque “Best Buy”
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Image by Toban Black
"Best Buy" sells grotesque Christmas happiness

That photo is part of this blog post –
tobanblack.net/blog/?p=1014

A related post at my blog –
tobanblack.net/blog/?p=668

The "why they hate us" tag on this photo is associated with this web site –
whytheyhate.us/

Sticky notes!
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Image by DanMelinger
ZoneTag: Photosphere / About. Owner only: Fix Location / Add Tags / Settings

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Art Institute of Portland Portfolio Show
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Image by Art Institute of Portland
The Art Institute of Portland’s January 2009 Portfolio Show – graduating students show their portfolios to the local business community, networking, interviewing, and meeting with potential employers in creative fields.

Find out more about The Art Institute of Portland: www.artinstitutes.edu/portland

Photo: Lulu Hoeller

Art Institute of Portland Portfolio Show
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Image by Art Institute of Portland
The Art Institute of Portland’s January 2009 Portfolio Show – graduating students show their portfolios to the local business community, networking, interviewing, and meeting with potential employers in creative fields.

Find out more about The Art Institute of Portland: www.artinstitutes.edu/portland

Photo: Lulu Hoeller

Art Institute of Portland Portfolio Show
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Image by Art Institute of Portland
The Art Institute of Portland’s January 2009 Portfolio Show – graduating students show their portfolios to the local business community, networking, interviewing, and meeting with potential employers in creative fields.

Find out more about The Art Institute of Portland: www.artinstitutes.edu/portland

Photo: Lulu Hoeller

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RAFTWET AT DANCE ISLAND
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Image by rafeejewell
Second Life holiday parties was an incredible mix of trance, dnb, electronica, dark psy, goa, minimal, proggy, acid, experimental, industrial, noize, tribal, jazz, live music, country, blues, reggae, salsa, classical, opera, and Christmas music. I heard it all and then some.

I love music of all kinds. If it’s good, it’s worth listening to, so don’t start with the nose-up-in-the-air over your favorite genre. Believe me… good music will always find an audience. An audience of sophisticated listeners will stop to listen to any good sound… even if it isn’t part of your normal repertoire.

What is amazing is that dj’s and musicians around the world know this, and they borrow from all genres to create their own personal sounds.

Here in Second Life, we get the results from around the world. World music mixes with the trendy sounds of the day, and we get the sounds that we love so much.

I want to thank all the dj’s, musicians, club owners and event makers in SL. You guys made a holiday scene like no other. APPLAUSE & BRAVO ::::

Special thanks to you <3:

Dance Island
Organica
Divaz
Musik Hauz
DeRailed
Piranha
BassLine Island
Electro Smog
alt7
MMAC
GiveMeSpace
Underground Artists
Home
Club Neptune
Sphynx Jazz Club
Kromatic
8Wall’s Place
United Beats
Odessa
ArtHole
Steam Punk Airship
Electro Violence
Ibiza the Island
Rancho Brasil
The Laundry
Phatland
Asagao Treasures
Seat
DC-10
Casablanca Hotel
R.A.R.E.
Club Enigma
Jade’s Jazz Island
Instyle Fashion Agency
Grafton Mall
S&S Gallery
2nd Zone

… and kisses to ::
Xavier
Aosh
Ronnie
Stig
Mackenzie
Lou
Leo
Professor
Grease
Hallow
Jas
Nos
Thomm
Finny
Renanyoy
Daemon
Donna
Deirdre
IPR365
Pan
Arora
8Wall
Space
Qee
Shad
Healer
Queen
Digi
Stefan
Jen
Max
Xavier
Zod
Tina
Melt
WET
Sully
Sylvain
Alb
Web

Without you guys, the party scene would be dull indeed!
<3 <3 <3
2009… here we goooooo!

MY LITTLE BROTHER RONNIE
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Image by rafeejewell
Second Life holiday parties was an incredible mix of trance, dnb, electronica, dark psy, goa, minimal, proggy, acid, experimental, industrial, noize, tribal, jazz, live music, country, blues, reggae, salsa, classical, opera, and Christmas music. I heard it all and then some.

I love music of all kinds. If it’s good, it’s worth listening to, so don’t start with the nose-up-in-the-air over your favorite genre. Believe me… good music will always find an audience. An audience of sophisticated listeners will stop to listen to any good sound… even if it isn’t part of your normal repertoire.

What is amazing is that dj’s and musicians around the world know this, and they borrow from all genres to create their own personal sounds.

Here in Second Life, we get the results from around the world. World music mixes with the trendy sounds of the day, and we get the sounds that we love so much.

I want to thank all the dj’s, musicians, club owners and event makers in SL. You guys made a holiday scene like no other. APPLAUSE & BRAVO ::::

Special thanks to you <3:

Dance Island
Organica
Divaz
Musik Hauz
DeRailed
Piranha
BassLine Island
Electro Smog
alt7
MMAC
GiveMeSpace
Underground Artists
Home
Club Neptune
Sphynx Jazz Club
Kromatic
8Wall’s Place
United Beats
Odessa
ArtHole
Steam Punk Airship
Electro Violence
Ibiza the Island
Rancho Brasil
The Laundry
Phatland
Asagao Treasures
Seat
DC-10
Casablanca Hotel
R.A.R.E.
Club Enigma
Jade’s Jazz Island
Instyle Fashion Agency
Grafton Mall
S&S Gallery
2nd Zone

… and kisses to ::
Xavier
Aosh
Ronnie
Stig
Mackenzie
Lou
Leo
Professor
Grease
Hallow
Jas
Nos
Thomm
Finny
Renanyoy
Daemon
Donna
Deirdre
IPR365
Pan
Arora
8Wall
Space
Qee
Shad
Healer
Queen
Digi
Stefan
Jen
Max
Xavier
Zod
Tina
Melt
WET
Sully
Sylvain
Alb
Web

Without you guys, the party scene would be dull indeed!
<3 <3 <3
2009… here we goooooo!