posts tagged ‘diy

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -A New York Times section on the future of money includes a look at a potential “revolution in money,” the credit card of tomorrow and the bank branch of the future. -Americans are becoming […]

It’s time for brands to start acknowledging, reflecting and appreciating the complexity of modern man, as we discussed in last year’s The State of Men report. According to more recent research from JWT London, 43 percent of U.K. men agree that their gender is more well-rounded today than it used to be. Take the fact […]

As JWT MENA explain in their new 10 Trends for 2014 report, consumers in the Middle East and North Africa are working en masse to effect change in the region. Powering this trend are DIY-minded Millennials, who approach problems with a “yalla” attitude (Arabic slang for “Let’s move it”) and an entrepreneurial drive with which […]

JWT MENA’s 10 Trends for 2014 – Executive Summary from JWT MEA JWT MEA In a region where extremist doctrines are giving rise to social struggles, growing numbers of young Arabs are Truncating Taboos through an alternative sociocultural revolution that questions—and at times eliminates—norms and practices that Middle Eastern/North African societies have held dear for […]

Waze’s Di-Ann Eisnor was among the experts we spoke with for our recent trend report “13 Mobile Trends for 2013 and Beyond,” which is based around insights gleaned at the GSMA’s Mobile World Congress in February. Waze, a “community-based traffic and navigation app,” won Best Overall Mobile App at the Global Mobile Awards held at […]

-The Economist examines India’s next generation of tech entrepreneurs and why the sector hasn’t evolved faster. -The New York Times looks at the crushing impact of Italy’s severe recession on its smaller businesses. -“Russians, Asians and Arabs are rewriting the rules of European tourism,” reports The Guardian, with the continent hosting a new cohort of […]

With college tuition escalating to increasingly unaffordable heights, Americans seem to be losing faith in the value of a degree: A new survey finds that just 57 percent of adults believe college to be a good investment, a steep decline from the 81 percent who said the same four years ago. At the same time, […]

-“Anger is beginning to infect Europe’s prosperous core,” reports the Financial Times, with populists outside the mainstream parties “playing on resentment and frustration triggered by austerity and falling living standards.” -The Guardian rounds up the findings after a month-long look at “New Europe” in its pages. -A 29-country OECD survey finds that Mexican citizens spend […]

-Everything SXSWi: Collected coverage from Fast Company, including a report on keynote speaker Seth Priebatsch of Scvngr. Ad Age names its eight most promising startups, and a columnist calls “the death of the social check-in.” Zynga’s Director of Brand Advertising describes “the new hardcore gamer”: 40-year-old moms more apt to play Farmville than watch soaps. […]

Tech giants are tapping into Americans’ newfound sense of DIY civic reform with Code for America, a new nonprofit supported by Yahoo! and Microsoft, among others. For 2011, 20 idealistic techies were chosen to partner with four cities—Boston, Philadelphia, Washington and Seattle—on a Web-based idea that each came up with for making their city “more efficient, transparent […]


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