Gramercy Park Consulting

I'm Simon te Brinke, a social business strategist and director of Gramercy Park Consulting (located in Perth, Western Australia). I work with corporate and government clients and develop innovative digital comms. and business strategies by blending new technologies with creative thinking and emerging digital channels including the web, mobile and social technologies. Contact stebrinke@gramercypark.com.au or +61 418 943 441 or on the tweet @GramercyPark. This is my blog :-) Views are mine.

[VIDEO] ‘Creating better customer experience with Social Business strategies.’

When an organization is more engaged, it can drive a higher business return. Join IBM VP of Marketing, Scott Hebner, as he shares insight into the business benefits attained from Social Business strategies. A Social Business takes advantage of social technologies to make personalized experiences for the customers that then turns into innovation. With the help of data & analytics, businesses can personalize the value based on behavior trends and drive accelerated business results. Find out more at www.ibm.com/social-business

Source: http://youtu.be/c0RT95cnshg

It gives you the intimate ability to turn and say, ‘Holy shit. Please tell me you saw that, too.’
"Average people are becoming major influencers. Some of your employees have this power. Think about that." - Mark Fidelman @MarkFidelman CEO of Raynforest, Forbes columnist, Author. View high resolution

"Average people are becoming major influencers. Some of your employees have this power. Think about that." - Mark Fidelman @MarkFidelman CEO of Raynforest, Forbes columnist, Author.

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Embracing Change to Re-imagine the Workforce Guest, asmarterplanet.com
Meghan M. Biro, founder and CEO of TalentCulture Consulting GroupBy Meghan M. BiroThe way we work isn’t working.Or at the very least, today’s workforce dynamics are evolving faster than most organizations can manage. We’re more likely to fi…
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Embracing Change to Re-imagine the Workforce
Guest, asmarterplanet.com

Meghan M. Biro, founder and CEO of TalentCulture Consulting GroupBy Meghan M. BiroThe way we work isn’t working.Or at the very least, today’s workforce dynamics are evolving faster than most organizations can manage. We’re more likely to fi…

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nettra:

Really awesome tool to see who is awake around the world, created by Bård Edlund.

So, when’s the best time to tweet something?
Apparently: 9 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. 
More info: Infographic Of The Day: What Time Is The Internet The Most Awake? | Co. Design View high resolution

nettra:

Really awesome tool to see who is awake around the world, created by Bård Edlund.
So, when’s the best time to tweet something?

Apparently: 9 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. 

More info: Infographic Of The Day: What Time Is The Internet The Most Awake? | Co. Design

Word Lens is an augmented reality translation application from Quest Visual. Word Lens uses the built-in cameras on smartphones and similar devices to quickly scan and identify foreign text (such as that found in a sign or a menu), and then translate and display the words in another language on the device’s display. The words are displayed in the original context on the original background, and the translation is performed in real-time without connection to the internet. For example, using the viewfinder of a camera to show a shop sign on a smartphone’s display will result in a real-time image of the shop sign being displayed, but the words shown on the sign will be the translated words instead of the original foreign words. (Source: Wikipedia)
Website: http://questvisual.com
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.questvisual.wordlens.demo&hl=en
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/word-lens/id383463868?mt=8
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Word Lens is an augmented reality translation application from Quest VisualWord Lens uses the built-in cameras on smartphones and similar devices to quickly scan and identify foreign text (such as that found in a sign or a menu), and then translate and display the words in another language on the device’s display. The words are displayed in the original context on the original background, and the translation is performed in real-time without connection to the internet. For example, using the viewfinder of a camera to show a shop sign on a smartphone’s display will result in a real-time image of the shop sign being displayed, but the words shown on the sign will be the translated words instead of the original foreign words. (Source: Wikipedia)

Website: http://questvisual.com

Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.questvisual.wordlens.demo&hl=en

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/word-lens/id383463868?mt=8

(original post: thatscienceguy)

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Audi Launches World’s First Social Media Friendly Car In Dublin 
"The new Audi TT lets drivers access Facebook, Twitter, Spotify and a host of other web services on a new 12-inch screen system that also allows for playback of movies and live TV shows.  The car’s high-tech system, seen exclusively by The Irish Independent, also features voice control and touch-sensitive panels that allow drivers to search for media content.”
 Article: http://bit.ly/1mDkDiY

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Audi Launches World’s First Social Media Friendly Car In Dublin 

"The new Audi TT lets drivers access Facebook, Twitter, Spotify and a host of other web services on a new 12-inch screen system that also allows for playback of movies and live TV shows.  The car’s high-tech system, seen exclusively by The Irish Independent, also features voice control and touch-sensitive panels that allow drivers to search for media content.”

 Article: http://bit.ly/1mDkDiY

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