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A selection of content I recommend, bunch of articles I wrote or just fun stuff.
In other words, this is my small contribution to the web.

Accademic essays

Crowdsourcing ideas for game development, a case study of #IDARB

Coined by Jeff Howe in an article for Wired magazine in 2006, the term Crowdsourcing has since then been extensively used and discussed by new media researchers. Therefore, once blurry, its definition soon became sharper: “Crowdsourcing is a type of participative online activity in which an individual, an institution, a non-profit organization, or company proposes…

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Further discussing Thomas Poell’s conceptualization of forums and blogs as public sphere

Has humanity ever benefited from a greater communication technology than the internet? Most certainly not. Never has there existed a comparable way to instantly interact with any other individual on the planet. No ancient civilization has ever had a more efficient information system. But however performant the internet is in connecting computers and devices, the…

Just saying

The iPhone activates the insular cortex of the brain, which is associated with feelings of love. People show similar feelings to their phones as they would to their friends, family and loved ones.

– Martin Lindstrom

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Virtual Inception of customer service loop. What’s next?

How? How can the writers of South Park always come up with such twisted stories. The last episode is a masterpiece. Watch it now!

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Great partners, great project, great cause.

Not often in a career can you have a feeling of being at the right place, at the right moment, with the right people. This is exactly what happened to me with a recent project. What were the chances that my Environmental Studies would eventually be of any use in the world of Digital Marketing…

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Still the coolest Event Posters to this day

Design by @NicoVuignier

Green Sunday: Into The Arctic

http://www.intothearctic.gp/en/