Marketing & Communications

Spherical displays: Science on a Sphere & the OmniGlobe

August 7, 2014 0 Comments
Spherical displays: Science on a Sphere & the OmniGlobe

TAMHSC & TAMU will be hosting an Omniglobe in the September/October timeframe to show off content related to the environment (water, weather, etc.). It is a continuation of the OmnGlobe presentation at Earth Day Texas 2014.

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What other MarComm offices in HE are doing with video

June 13, 2014 0 Comments

This letter from a designer at UT San Antonio started a ‘string-reaction’ on the CASE Communications email list. It is followed by two responses – one short, and general; the other very detailed, with links! THE ORIGINAL LETTER From: Kristina Leh Subject: Internal Video Capabilities In such a multimedia rich content world now, how many […]

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Nobody’s Neutral on Net Neutrality

May 19, 2014 3 Comments
Nobody’s Neutral on Net Neutrality

It remains to be seen if net neutrality will face serious opposition or support via legislation, since both sides have a vested interest in seeing their proposals written into law. Net neutrality is gaining increasing exposure as an issue that merits careful consideration by all Web users.

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Ad for Bentley shot with iPhone, edited on iPad — in the back seat!

May 16, 2014 2 Comments

Bentley, a brand exuding quality and elegance and grace, shoots its latest ad on an iPhone – and edits on an iPad — in the back seat!!

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How to create a successful brand: hire Salvador Dali

March 16, 2012
How to create a successful brand: hire Salvador Dali

One of the funniest scenes in movie history, IMHO, is the short segment in the Woody Allen film Midnight in Paris in which Adrian Brody had us rolling in the aisle with his ditzy and delightful portrayal of the surrealist master of “dripping timepieces,” Salvador Dali — or, as Dali might introduce himself, “Dah-LEEEEEEE!” The […]

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