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Theodore 'Ted' Sturgeon is widely acclaimed as one the greats in science fiction writing. He wrote a number of novels, was an early scriptwriter on the promising TV series Star Trek in the 50s and 60s and also one of the foremost critics in the sci-fi genre, also penning over 400 reviews before his passing in 1985.
It can legitimately be said that Elvis Presley probably made more terrible records than any other artist in history.
On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles famous radio adaptation of H.G. Wells's science fiction novel War of the Worlds played on CBS Radio's weekly Mercury Theatre on the Air show.
The announcement that Google has made small but significant adjustments to the way it handles the personal data collected from Google product users and the 'behavioural' data via its ad network, DoubleClick came and went with surprisingly little commentary.
Philosophy defines altruism in different ways, however most definitions will generally revolve around describing altruistic behaviours as those that benefit others rather than oneself.
You may know the semi-legendary rant by graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister in which he splendidly calls BS on 'storytelling'.
In this post Eaon Pritchard argues that if the advertising industry is ‘on the verge of irrelevance’ it is because of our misguided obsession with technology over ideas.
In 1934, the young Rosser Reeves left his small town home in Danville, Virginia for the bright lights of New York City, following his dream of working as an advertising copywriter.
By 1971 Manchester United’s Irish star George Best's hectic off-field celebrity life style had began to take its toll on his effectiveness on the pitch.
There is a popular idea. One that you probably encounter every week in some variant.
What follows is an excerpt (and slight expansion) from a section of a talk I gave at the inaugral Google 'Firestarters' event in Melbourne last week.
For a time during World War II, the chances of a member of US bomber crews actually making it back from any given mission were on the side of slim.
You may be familiar with the case of one McArthur Wheeler. Wheeler was a man who, in 1995, proceeded to rob two banks in Pittsburg, in broad daylight, using no other method to avoid detection other than covering his face with lemon juice.
Eaon Pritchard is Head of Strategy - Government Services, Dentsu Aegis Network, Australia.