Tuesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Two Swedish Miami Ad School students created “The Book of Sweden” in an attempt to secure a New York internship (video above).

Rudi Anggono, head of creative at Google in New York, explains “Why data mined from social media alone is garbage.”


-BrandRepublic explains “how Facebook M will change your marketing strategy.”

Scripps Networks Interactive launched livestreaming of HGTV, Travel Channel, Food Network, DIY Network and Cooking Channel.

-Digiday takes a look “Inside Rubber Tracks, Converse’s contribution to the music community.”

-Apple is considering producing original programming.

-Media Life explores “The future of agencies: Mining for data.”

-SapientNitro creative director, visual design Neil Cooper asks, “Are ‘blocky wocky’ sites killing web design?