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Dave Fletcher named as one of the Top 50 Creative CEO’s to Watch

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Dave Fletcher, CEO of The Mechanism is defining digital branding in a new way by maintaining an interest in and working with tactile relationships; understanding what it means to interact physically with something – whether it is a brand or an experience, and interjecting the potential of a human being actually enjoying the interaction. Under his leadership, The Mechanism strives to create affection for clients’ brands by injecting organic, fluid and meaningful interactions into the digitally-driven solutions that they are creating.

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InsightsSuccess Magazine, described as an arch that is sustaining Entrepreneurs quench regarding technology and business update that is currently ruling the business world, featured The Mechanism's founder, Dave Fletcher in their latest issue in their list of Top 50 Creative CEO's to Watch.

The Mechanism’s team is selected on the basis of acumen, longevity and belief that the future is brighter when people are able to connect with one another through technology. Dave is confident that The Mechanism will continue to function as an innovator and conduit for these types of technologies while maintaining a grasp on the humanity that is required for authentic relationships between people, their devices and brands, individuals or products.

In the two-page interview, Dave candidly discusses The Mechanism's history, successes, and ways to continue to be innovative in the modern age.

We will remain visual design-focused and technology-mindful well into our foreseeable future. We can never forget that on the other side of our client’s device, there’s a human being – looking to be astonished and wishing to be connected to something bigger than themselves

Read more in the latest issue of InsightsSuccess Magazine: http://bit.ly/50-most-creative-ceos-to-watch

September 19, 2014 - Comments Off on The MechCast 306b: How has the Internet changed the way we listen to music? (Part 2)

The MechCast 306b: How has the Internet changed the way we listen to music? (Part 2)

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Welcome to The MechCast! This is the Part II of a 2 part series. In this episode, we'll be discussing how the onset of the Internet has changed the way we listen to music, and the impact it has had on the record industry itself. We welcome a special guest – NYU's own Professor of Punk – Vivien Goldman.

Music

  • Bob Marley - Natural Mystic
  • Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen

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September 12, 2014 - Comments Off on The MechCast 306a: How has the Internet changed the way we listen to music? (Part 1)

The MechCast 306a: How has the Internet changed the way we listen to music? (Part 1)

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In this episode of The MechCast, we'll be discussing how the onset of the Internet has changed the way we listen to music, and the impact it has had on the record industry itself. We welcome a special guest – NYU's own Professor of Punk – Vivien Goldman.

Music

  • Bob Marley - Natural Mystic
  • Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen

Related Links

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June 18, 2013 - Comments Off on Project Loon: Balloon-powered internet for everyone.

Project Loon: Balloon-powered internet for everyone.

The idea does sound crazy, even for Google—so much so that the company has dubbed it Project Loon. But if all works according to the company’s grand vision, hundreds, even thousands, of high-pressure balloons circling the earth could provide Internet to a significant chunk of the world’s 5 billion unconnected souls, enriching their lives with vital news, precious educational materials, lifesaving health information, and images of grumpy cats.

 

via Exclusive: How Google Will Use Balloons to Deliver Internet to the Hinterlands.

Once again Steven Levy is granted exclusive access to the world of Google and Project Loon. This redefines the concept of mobile computing.

 

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