Bugger. My previous post regarding my removal of the term, “transmedia,” from the Brain Candy, LLC site sparked some unexpected and rapid responses. Despite my best efforts to state my position and rationale for the removal, I failed to accurately convey my intent. So…take two. Professionally, I am not marketing Brain Candy, LLC as a […]
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After a few months of deliberation, today I scraped the word “transmedia” from my company’s website. I didn’t do it to make some point or start a protest, and this post isn’t a manifesto, a call to action, a damnation, or an act of praise (it’s not likely to receive wide readership, anyway, much less […]
I just finished C.K. Prahalad‘s latest book, The New Age of Innovation. Prahalad’s strategy writings are fairly standard M.B.A. reading (I consumed my share back in 2001), but none of his previous works resonated so deeply with me as this one. While Prahalad discusses many ideas in this book, one of his key concepts is […]
Earlier this week I was interviewed by Heather Leonard at The Business Insider about my company, Brain Candy, LLC, and its first internally produced entertainment property, Runes of Gallidon. It was just one part of an amazing whirlwind trip to NYC where I was able to: – have dinner with Ivan Askwith, Cheryl Furjanic, and […]
It’s hard to believe it’s been over a week since I ventured south to San Diego for this year’s Comic-Con (I and a few intrepid mates from the Brain Candy team headed down to market Runes of Gallidon – pics/vids/evidence can be found here).