Showing posts from June, 2010

Market Research Quant VS. Qual Brain Meme

Market Research Quant VS. Qual Brain Meme: "NGMR Internet Meme Contest Submission #9
Derek is back today with yet another Meme submission he calls “Face Off”. Click image below to see larger size/detail.

I rather like it. I guess I would have to be on the left hand side, though i like to think with text analytics I’m a bit more dual brained
I look forward to receiving and posting more Meme’s for the competition soon. You may get some inspiration from the Internet Meme Database.
Enjoy the warm midsummer weekend.
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ESOMAR - Qualitative 2010 - Foresight on moods and thoughts - Topics

ESOMAR - Qualitative 2010 - Foresight on moods and thoughts - Topics
(Please make sure you have read the instructions and topics below, before sending your synopsis)
Submit a synopsis Deadline for synopses: 30 July 2010
Download PDF guideline for submitting your synopsis We encourage worldwide submissions with the following profile: Unique interactive multimedia presentations never before presentedCorporate Case Studies (client/brand co-presenting)Collaborative panels, roundtables and stimulating debatesCutting-edge concepts and advanced thinkingExploring the “how to” vs. the “why”“Out of the box” formats; we are flexible to insightful experiments!The proposals can cover the following topics - non exclusive but preferred:

Simon Anholt introduction to Malaysia keynote

Climate Change and Social Order - Evolution or Revolution

IES NewsClimate Change and Social Order - Evolution or RevolutionStudents and personalities define specific action lines addressing sustainable solutions for global challenge7 June 2010On 17 May some outstanding personalities and forty selected students from all over Europe gathered at the St Gallen University for an internationally unique event to exchange their experience and ideas on the shift in social order in response to climate change.

IES research assistant Jonathan Solomon joined the event and actively dealt with the latest research from social, economical and political perspective. They were introduced by Prof. Dirk Lehmkuhl and Dr. Andreas Koestler who presented his work for the UN Disaster Assessment Coordination at the forefront of climate change impacts. Among the theoretical inputs Mrs Koko Warner from the United Nations University Bonn presented the latest results of their study on climate change and migration. Mrs Lindene Patton explained the strong influence of insu…

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A Guest Post: Face-Off: Getting Real about Social-Networking

A Guest Post: Face-Off: Getting Real about Social-Networking: "'Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect.' - Mark Twain.

Facebook is everywhere. You'd have to be a cryogenically frozen amoeba living under a rock on Mars not to have heard of it.

So, what's the big deal? Does Facebook really deserve to be hailed as the greatest product of Web 2.0 or is it only a matter of time before all the hoopla becomes a thing of the past?