Tag Archives: Augmented Reality

Printing in Spook Country

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“Spook Country,” the 2007 novel by William Gibson, introduced the concept of “locative art” to the reading public. Gibson’s character Hollis Henry is constantly searching for works of art with her smartphone; art that Gibson describes as akin to techno graffiti.  His descriptions of art tied to a particular GPS location and viewable with a… Read More »

A Return to Strategy

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“Tactics, Tactics, Tactics…. Everywhere I look, all I see is tactics!” Perhaps you have also felt that same way recently. We hear about tactics across nearly every marketing channel out there. QR Codes. Personalized URLs. Augmented Reality. SMS/Text-Messaging. Mobile Email. Social Media Advertising. Those are just a few of the terms that we hear and… Read More »