The report that shook the city! And other such reports (5 of the best)

Our best social media stories and  5 other random things that may or may not be interesting.

5 of the best

Morgan Stanley and “The report that shook the city”

A 15 year old intern at Morgan Stanley wrote up his views of media and they decided it was so “thought provoking” they should publish it. My first response from reading this was “and?” anyone who is in marketing, the web industry or knows a teenager should already know all of this. I would also add the obvious; one 15 year old does not represent all 15 year olds. Still it is what “everyone” is talking about.

Social Influence Marketing Report

Carrying on with the industry report theme we have a document from Razorfish exploring social media and marketing for businesses.

Augmented ID by TAT: Mobile Devices Become Clairvoyant

Another augmented reality related story for you (I just cant help myself, it is amazing!) Is this the first step into our web based social networks becoming integrated with our real life gatherings?

Channel 4 teams up with Facebook for video-on-demand site

Channel 4 have become the first UK broadcaster to implement Facebook connect. It will be interesting to see how this effects the word of mouth spread of C4 shows.

Choose A Different Ending

A really engaging and hard hitting interactive video from droptheweapons.org. I got jailed for life on my first play through 😦

5 of the rest

If the Twitter community was 100 people…

A graphical representation of what Twitter might look like if it was just 100 people.

Kseniya Simonova – Sand Animation (Україна має талант / Ukraine’s Got Talent)

Just watch! It is better than any dance act or singer that enters our talent shows.

Essentially Odd : The Best Products From The 826 National Stores

Check out all the wondrous things you could buy! I want to get my hands on that Blackhole starter kit.

Binary conversion

Not as boring as it sounds. We have been using this around the office to send super secret messages that are (practically) indecipherable by anyone who is not  a secret agent.

Allourbestwork

And finally a collection of some of the best work from UK ad agencies, some interesting and inspiring stuff!

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