The growing interest in out-of-home advertising coupled with increases in technology strike me as a good combination for fast growth and innovative marketing opportunities.
I'm not sure the technology is all the way there, but distribution is getting more robust and those businesses that figure out how to add meaningful content that engage diners and drinkers will be on to something.…
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My partner, Richard Dolby, who died 2 years ago, and I moved here in '81 when it opened for residential use and bought in 1991. It's wonderful - very peaceful but close and accessible to the city. You probably know The Castle Group too - I've known Hilary for a long time.
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I appreciate your reasons. But aren't all those things just as easily available through the main board?
This is one of two groups I belong to that use this system, and I don't understand what the "friends" think does, on either of them, that's so special.
Another thing that confuses me is the groups. I understand their purpose---to provide a place where like-minded people can get together. But most of the time they languish. People sign up, but never post anything. So what's the point?
Take the Food & Beverage Media group, for instance. 14 members. And virtually no activity. The PR group, proportionately, is even worse. 30 members, and, what? Two threads?
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At her first museum job, art historian Sarah Lewis noticed something important about an artist she was studying: Not every artwork was a total masterpiece. She asks us to consider the role of the almost-failure, the near win, in our own lives. In our pursuit of success and mastery, is it actually our near wins that push us forward?
Pick up a book, magazine or screen, and more than likely you'll come across some typography designed by Matthew Carter. In this charming talk, the man behind typefaces such as Verdana, Georgia and Bell Centennial (designed just for phone books -- remember them?), takes us on a spin through a career focused on the very last pixel of each letter of a font.