Bookmark This Tool: Adobe Voice

I’ve struggled over an opening sentence to this post for quite some time. For moments like this, Adobe Voice can help.

This app allows you to create short, compelling videos using your tablet or phone. You can create an inspirational video using your own photos and music (or borrow some of theirs). This tool also automatically creates “closing credits” for your video to cover any usage rights.

The best part? You don’t need any graphic design or development skills to be able to create your video. The interface is very intuitive, allowing for drag/drop of images, music, and …read more

It’s A Smart World After All

 

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The “Internet of Things” is exploding. It’s made up of billions of “smart” devices — from minuscule chips to mammoth machines — that use wireless technology to talk to each other. Our IoT world is growing at a breathtaking pace–from 2 billion objects in 2006 to a projected 200 billion by 202. SOURCES: IDC, Intel, United nations:

VIDEO: The Smart Work in 2020

In his post When Things Matter More than People, author and marketer, Geoff Livingston shared that:

The Internet of Things is beginning to drive the tech industry and soon the marketing …read more

Twitter Turns 7 Years Old Today

Happy Birthday @Twitter! Here’s a look back…

 

 

Danielle Ricks

Social Media Specialist

Campaign Consultation, Inc.

Related articles Silicon Alley Insider: 7 Things You Didn’t Know About Twitter Happy Birthday Twitter – already 6 years old, wow! On Its 7th Birthday, Is Twitter Still The ‘Free Speech Party’? …read more

Viral for a Cause

Few people understand why Korean pop star PSY’s Gangnam Style video has taken off in the US. Fewer still know the meaning behind the song that has become an international sensation with 100 million views on YouTube.

Popular for its ridiculous dancing, which PSY describes as “Dress classy, dance cheesy,” the video also provides commentary on economic inequality in Korea.

Power, privilege, and money all lie in the heart of one district in Korea: Gangnam. Forty percent of Seoul’s registered assets were concentrated in the district. To properly understand its power, imagine combining Wall Street, Silicon Valley and Hollywood …read more