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It might be hard to imagine watching “The Office” on a screen no bigger than a business card. But hundreds of thousands of people — by the most conservative estimate — are already doing just that.


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Shoppers who can’t have secrets

14 May 2010 | 9:06 - By Stefano Boscutti

It's called behavioral tracking.

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Amazon cuts prices in tiff with Penguin

11 May 2010 | 9:04 - By Stefano Boscutti

In the latest round of the book pricing wars, Amazon.com has begun selling a number of new hardcover books published this month by Penguin for only $9.99 amid a dispute between the two companies over electronic books.


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Beware of ad creeps on the golf course

07 May 2010 | 9:07 - By Stefano Boscutti

It's not news that sporting events have become increasingly branded over the years.


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A few weeks ago, government inspectors fanned out across the city and ordered shops selling pirated music and movies to stash away their illegal goods during the expo, a six-month extravaganza that opens this month.


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It’s hard to plan very far in advance in the videogame industry, but the house that Halo built knows what it’s doing for the next decade: Working on a secret new game franchise with Activision Blizzard.


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The “CSI effect”

02 May 2010 | 9:02 - By Stefano Boscutti

Television dramas that rely on forensic science to solve crimes are affecting the administration of justice.


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Land of the lost

30 April 2010 | 9:09 - By Stefano Boscutti

For once, Hollywood is right to oppose innovation to allow trading of contracts based on films’ box-office takings.


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About this Blog

New New Media looks at how our mediascape is exploding to bits. How the latest technology and the internet are changing the way we live, work and play. How the latest media is shaping us all.

Stefano Boscutti is an executive creative director and strategist. He's like a better looking version of Todd Sampson. He also has an abiding faith that stories and wordplay (and not powerpoint presentations) will change the world.

 
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