FILTERED > by Gregory James Brown
- is a blog dedicated to showcasing inspiring creative from around the world. ART / DESIGN / TECH / ADVERTISING / PHOTOGRAPHY / FASHION / DIGITAL.
Greg is a British born Digital Creative and Strategist residing in Stockholm, Sweden. Working professionally since 1998 both online and off, he has created communication & creative solutions for global brands such as: Lee Jeans, Budweiser, Orange, Sony Music/Levi, Converse, Diet Coke, adidas, Volvo, BMW, Universal, H&M and the BBC - to name a selection. His focus today lies within digital channels, creating more meaningful advertising and brand experiences, helping brands to realise their position by creating strategies, driving brand direction, raising brand profiles, assisting brand vision, and pushing core values.
Friday, 29 January 2010
Wednesday, 27 January 2010
appears to already be feeling the weight, with timeline delays hitting the service this morning.
As of 11:00am ET, timeline delays for many users have swelled to 4-5 minutes. That means the whole “real-time”
aspect of using Twitter for breaking news is out of play at the moment, which is especially damaging on a day where
so much breaking news is expected (Obama’s State of the Union address also airs tonight).
Of course, such issues are far from undocumented in the brief history of Twitter. It was a little more than two years
ago that a Steve Jobs keynote at Macworld brought down Twitter, then in its infancy. Oh, how times have not really
changed that much.
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
Thursday, 21 January 2010
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