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Holland is very much in turmoil when it comes to politics. One man can set the agenda and the others get distracted like flies that smell shit.
We like to discuss about that and the same seems to happen in those discussions. The simple solution should be to totally focus on content and almost neglect the feelings and personalities. It seems to be very difficult for people, and especially politicians. Most likely they are afraid of the content, or simply have not determined their positions clear enough.
A nice article about this can be found here, written by Eelco Smit. Watch out, drama queen.
It is quite amazing how your activities start creating some sort of diary. Oh shit, so much happened lately. No idea you could do so much in just a couple of months. That is the feeling you get after changing your profile to the timeline settings.
Wanna try too? Check it out here.
What if we would live real life with the behavior of online? Awkward, to say the least.
You should not be. Nowadays anybody is your neighbor and everybody can see it. And they all live online. So if your Facebook friends just came back from a trip to Ibiza and they flaunt it online…..you better fly there too and come back with even better photos and checkins at spots that the others had not visited, or just show your doubts whether you should choose between famous DJ a or b. It all works efficiently if you use it correctly in your promotion. So watch out whom you befriend online. You might feel a loser if you can’t keep up, or you’ll find yourself spending based on envy. Who still has tickets by the way for Lowlands? You’re not going? Haha.
Read all here: http://thenextweb.com/socialmedia/2011/08/16/how-brands-benefit-from-envy-among-friends-on-facebook/?awesm=tnw.to_1AOwX&utm_campaign=&utm_medium=tnw.to-other&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_content=spreadus
kick off party
This month we are throwing three parties for our clients Men at Work and Adidas.
It is a mobile, pop up, dance thru, get in get out, disposable, instant, networked party. With cool DJ’s like Wannabeastar and Riptide. A huge ocean container has been transformed into the coolest underground club experience ever. We use pigment powder to make sure it is colorful and the crowd goes wild.
If you want to be part of it, you can find out at http://innoutparty.com/.