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| A two-volume book, “Mid-Century Ads: Advertising From the Mad Men Era,” explores some of the most innovative and groundbreaking ads created during the era of the real-life “Mad Men.”
See the ads of the real-life “Mad Men”

| A two-volume book, “Mid-Century Ads: Advertising From the Mad Men Era,” explores some of the most innovative and groundbreaking ads created during the era of the real-life “Mad Men.”

See the ads of the real-life “Mad Men”

— 2 years ago
#innovation  #television  #art  #mad men  #graphics  #design  #advertising 
The fifth season of “Mad Men” premiers Sunday on AMC, marking the return, after a 17-month hiatus, of Don Draper and the gang at the advertising firm Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
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The fifth season of “Mad Men” premiers Sunday on AMC, marking the return, after a 17-month hiatus, of Don Draper and the gang at the advertising firm Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.

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— 2 years ago
#innovations  #television  #mad men  #advertising  #art 
One of most hotly anticipated tech products of the coming year is the new Apple TV set. But how disruptive will it be?
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One of most hotly anticipated tech products of the coming year is the new Apple TV set. But how disruptive will it be?

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— 2 years ago with 3 notes
#innovations  #technology  #Apple  #television  #AppleTV 
The history of living-room media innovation is littered with high-profilefailures.Where those innovations have fallen short, gaming systems such as Sony’s PlayStation and Microsofts X-Box have attempted to fill the void by offering a conduit for streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu. However, particularly in Sony’s case, security failures have stymied progress. It remains to be seen whether Apple will go beyond Apple TV, which Jobs casually called “a hobby,” and revolutionize television, just as we have yet to see if millions of Netflix users will start frequenting Blockbuster stores again.
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The history of living-room media innovation is littered with high-profilefailures.Where those innovations have fallen short, gaming systems such as Sony’s PlayStation and Microsofts X-Box have attempted to fill the void by offering a conduit for streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu. However, particularly in Sony’s case, security failures have stymied progress. It remains to be seen whether Apple will go beyond Apple TV, which Jobs casually called “a hobby,” and revolutionize television, just as we have yet to see if millions of Netflix users will start frequenting Blockbuster stores again.

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— 2 years ago with 35 notes
#Innovation  #Netflix  #Apple  #television  #Blockbuster  #video games