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Businessweek // The Movie Sort of

Posted: Mai 7th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Business, Design, Film | No Comments »

BUSINESSWEEK: THE MOVIE SORT OF from bizweekgraphics on Vimeo.

Time lapse of the making the Businessweek over a week..

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Bloomberg Businessweek #Jan24-Jan30

Posted: Januar 25th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Business | 17 Comments »

Apple, With or Without Steve Jobs The maker of iPads, iPhones, and Mac computers will prosper even if CEO Steve Jobs doesn’t return. Keeping the company’s revolutionary edge will be harder // Forever 21’s Fast (and Loose) Fashion Empire The cheap-chic teen retailer is growing amid questions about just how original its clothes are // Time Warner and the War Against Free CEO Jeff Bewkes is standing up for paid content in a world of cheap online video. Can he hold the line against iTunes, Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu?

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The April 26, 2010 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek marks the reinvention of the business magazine. At a time when our competitors are cutting back on journalists and editorial pages, we’re able to expand and deepen our coverage with twice the number of stories, 20 percent more editorial pages, and an increased frequency. This means more engaged readers, and more value for the marketers that want to reach them. -Bloomberg Businessweek

Our job is not to review the week’s news; our job is to get people ready for the week ahead.

- Josh Tyrangiel

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design mind #10 Power

Posted: August 26th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Business, Design, Technology | 16 Comments »

IN SEARCH OF // Seven design researchers write about their odd and wonderful discoveries on the job. // DESIGN WITH INTENT // How designers can influence behavior. // DR. EVIL// Stanford psychology professor Philip Zimbardo on why good people do bad things. // THE ART OF THE UNFRIEND // When social networking becomes social stress. // THE NAPOLEON EFFECT // Sometimes the most powerful products come in underwhelming packages.

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About design mind
Published by global innovation firm frog design, design mind is a media platform that includes a print magazine, a website, videos, and events.

Written by frog designers, technologists, and strategists, design mind articles provide the design and innovation community with perspectives on industry trends, emerging technologies, and global consumer culture. design mind also features interviews with high-profile thought leaders, along with contributions from external writers, designers, and photographers.

The design mind Web site is regularly updated with fresh video, blog, and event content.
The print issue of design mind is published three times per year. 

We are happy to accept external contributions including articles, artwork, and photography for future issues of the magazine. Please submit work and proposals to Sam Martin at sam.martin@frogdesign.com. For press and media inquiries please contact Sara Munday at sara.munday@frogdesign.com.

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NZZ FOLIO #3/09 Thema: Entscheidungen

Posted: März 11th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Business, Culture, Economy, News Magazine, Politics, Technology | 22 Comments »

RICHTIG ENTSCHEIDEN: 10 TIPS. Gruppendruck? Zu grosse Auswahl? Angst vor den Folgen? – Psychologen und Neurobiologen geben Ratschläge. // MEIN VATER, DAS KIND. Als ich meinen alten Vater im schmutzigen Pyjama im verdunkelten Schlafzimmer fand, wurde mir klar, dass ich ab heute für ihn Entscheidungen treffen musste. // WAS SOLL NUR AUS DIR WERDEN? Matthias Hahn studierte Physik, entschied sich dann plötzlich, Koch zu werden. Heute ist er erster Sous-chef im «Jules Verne» in Paris. Die Tränen seiner Eltern sind getrocknet. // DIE LAST DER GROSSEN AUSWAHL. Je mehr man selber entscheiden kann, desto freier und glücklicher ist man. Falsch, sagt der Psychologe Barry Schwartz, weniger ist mehr. 

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Seit August 1991 stellt NZZ Folio Monat für Monat Schwerpunktthemen in ihrer ganzen Vielfalt vor. Ob Politik, Kultur oder Gesellschaft, ob Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft oder Informationstechnologie: Jedes Heft wird von kompetenten Autoren geschrieben, die grundlegende Informationen und neue Einblicke vermitteln. Und neben den Schwerpunktthemen enthält jede Nummer zahlreiche Rubriken, die Unterhaltsames und Wissenswertes in pointierter Form präsentieren, mit dem gebotenen Ernst und einem Augenzwinkern. NZZ Folio erscheint jeden ersten Montag im Monat, 12 mal jährlich.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The New Yorker 09.03.2009

Posted: März 6th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Business, Culture, Design, Fashion, Literature, Politics, Technology | 27 Comments »

Alec Wilkinson on Allen Stanford, the cricket pirate // Ian Parker on Iceland’s meltdown // D. T. Max on David Foster Wallace’s unfinished novel, plus an excerpt // Sasha Frere-Jones on Lily Allen // John Updike on John Cheever // Roger Angell on Joe Torre // Anthony Lane on “Watchmen” and “Leave Her to Heaven” // and more.

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The New Yorker has been published since February 21, 1925. The New Yorker is a collection of intelligent, funny, and penetrating voices. It is also a collection of deeply distinctive approaches, senses of humor, levels of reporting, and ways of looking at life.

 

In every issue, a signature mix of culture and art, business and politics, fashion and design, science and technology attract millions who come to The New Yorker to be informed, to be surprised, to laugh, and to be moved. - see: www.newyorker.com/magazine/timeline

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Monocle Volume 2 - Issue 19

Posted: November 27th, 2008 | Author: dk | Filed under: Business, Culture, Design | 18 Comments »

From 20 new heroes who deserve a bigger stage to 10 clever companies to watch, Monocle names the people and places to watch in 2009 and beyond. Plus our 36 page directory of the best in travel.

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Launched in February 2007, Monocle is a global briefing covering international affairs, business, culture and design. Headquartered in London with bureaux in Tokyo, Sydney, Zürich and New York, Monocle appears 10 times a year in print and is updated constantly at monocle.com. Developed for an international audience hungry for information across a variety of sectors, Monocle’s team of award-winning editors and correspondents have been drawn from The New York TimesThe Independent on Sunday, the BBC, CBC and a host of other news and current affairs outlets. More of a book than a magazine, Monocle’s designed to be highly portable (it’s lightweight and compact) and collectable (it’s thick and robust). On-line, the focus is on broadcasting with a wide array of films, slide shows and audio reports. Edited by Wallpaper* founder and Financial Times columnist Tyler Brûlé, Monocle offers a comprehensive global briefing under a single editorial brand. In print and online, writers and photographers are dispatched to over 50 countries every issue to deliver stories on forgotten states, alluring political figures, emerging brands, fresh forces in popular culture and inspiring design solutions.

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