Over the last 100 years of political campaigns, party power struggles, prosperity and recession, has the data we have to make decisions with improved?
Prompted by John Palmer’s infographic and heading to the polls to vote. . . more
Several experts have recently posted insights on the future of shopping, and their predictions support the 14 Transformations Defining the Future of Shopping by 2020 and Today’s Top 10 Shopping Innovations that we covered in September. Here are a few of the expert highlights. Todd Hale, SVP Retail and Shopper […] more
Diana Cohen, co-founder of the Plastic Pollution Coalition, speaks on plastic pollution and the need to stop the reliance on plastic by adding “Refuse” to the 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) currently used in most Sustainability and Recycle slogans. Having worked with plastics for the past 15 years, Diana shares […] more
Sometimes art is just aesthetic and cerebral, however anthropodino by Ernesto Neto may have been much more than this with structures that immerse you in womb like spaces that literally cradle you and 1650 pounds of spices that gently hang from above, touching your sense of smell. This large scale […] more