The world is changing very fast and the impact of new technologies is key on the world of tomorrow and the skill needed tto succeed. In just six years time, the skills you’ll be looking for in star employees will be vastly different from those ideal in today’s workers. As social technologies play a more important role in value creation, skills such as social intelligence and new media literacy, will probably become increasingly important for workers. The infographic below from Top Ten Online Colleges shows which capabilities will be most valued by 2020.
“All You Need Is Love” and more coming exclusively to Xbox 360 and “The Beatles: Rock Band”
Xbox 360, Apple Corp, MTV Games and Harmonix are giving the world new ways to relive the magic of Beatlemania with the launch of “The Beatles™: Rock Band™” (Harmonix/MTV Games) on 09.09.09. Beginning at launch, Xbox 360 will give Beatles fans, rockers and gamers alike the chance to download an exclusive Beatles track to benefit Doctors Without Borders and test their Beatles knowledge with a unique “1 vs 100” experience – only on Xbox 360 and Xbox LIVE.
All You Need is LIVE
This autumn, Xbox 360 will harness the passion of its more than 20 million Xbox LIVE members for charity. “All You Need Is Love” will be released exclusively on Xbox®360 video game and entertainment system as a downloadable song for “The Beatles: Rock Band” through Xbox LIVE on September 9, 2009 with Apple Corps Ltd, MTV Games, Harmonix and Microsoft proceeds benefitting Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, along with Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison personally selected the international emergency medical humanitarian organization created by doctors and journalists in France in 1971 as the beneficiary of the proceeds. The track will be available for 160 Microsoft Points.
As if that wasn’t enough, you’ll also be able to fill even more of your entertainment time with music videos, documentaries and movies inspired by the Fab Four on Xbox LIVE. From classic tunes from band members to the best of the Mersey’s music from today and the critically acclaimed documentary, “Imagine: John Lennon,” it’s all there for you at the touch of a button.
In addition, “The Beatles: Rock Band” owners will be able to download the full “Abbey Road” album beginning on October 20, along with “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” and “Rubber Soul” following in November and December respectively. The albums will be available for 1360 Microsoft Points, with individual tracks at 160 Microsoft Points each.
Beatles-Inspired “1 vs 100 LIVE”
Need more ways to prove your love for The Beatles? Then challenge the depths of your knowledge of The Beatles in a unique “1 vs 100 LIVE” episode. Coming on August 29, as an Xbox LIVE Gold member, you’ll get the chance to not only chat live with some of the creative minds behind ”The Beatles: Rock Band,” but also call in to test your knowledge of the band and their music and even win some Microsoft Points for your efforts. Immediately following, fans who can’t get enough can continue the fun with two back-to-back “1 vs 100 Extended Play” episodes full of Beatles trivia.
More to come
Coming soon, music fans and gamers will also get the chance join the “Fab Four Mystery Tour” – an interactive look at the Beatles and the many twists and turns of their career. The website was created using artwork and animations from the eye-popping intro cinematic for “The Beatles: Rock Band” created by Passion Pictures, that debuted at E3 this year.
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It has been now 3 weeks that I packed my bags and especially my boards in order to travell and surf. Discover a new way to live life, enjoy grasp every breath and moments of it and especially other parts of my soul.
The purpose of this blog is to embark you a bit on that journey. Tell you what I feel, what I think. Give you some tips about travelling as a surf bump, at least what I learn out of it.
Welcome to our world.
As marketer, this is always key to know where to allocate the bulk of your marketing budget, based on the tactics your customers and prospects are engaging with more frequently. This infographic can be helpful for you as it shows the different trends from Email Marketing, to lead conversion, to automation platforms.
Here are Wheelhouse Advisors’ 10 Marketing Predictions for 2015:
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The stage at TED@Unilever. Photo: Ryan Lash
From healthy food projects to public health campaigns, TED@Unilever highlighted ideas to inspire leaders at every level. At this TED Institute event, which showcased speakers from both inside and outside the wellness company, the focus was on what corporations and individuals can do to initiate change.
Below, some words from each of the TED@Unilever talks:
“In most companies, the sustainability group is separate from the marketing team, which is separate from the communications team. Why? If we’re going to make sustainable living commonplace, we need to engage scale … When someone asks, ‘What is the case for sustainability?’ I ask, ‘Well, what is the case for the alternative?’” —Keith Weed, Unilever Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
“The greatest innovations happen when solving the most basic problems. At Next Drop, our vision is to create a world where everyone has access to basic resources…
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This is so true that age is a number.
I am practicing Karate for 13 years and I see , regularly, 65 years old people being in much better shape than people around 15 years old. They are in better shape but they have also an amazing fighting spirit. Many times, I have asked them the secret. They always tell me the same story. As long as they can do it, they will practice martial art and have fun. They combine this with healthy food.
Karate is a great martial art because you can practice every day, at home. This is based on the perfection of specific movements and KATAS. During your whole life, you, you will look for perfection while your body evolves. This forges an amazing “never give up” attitude that I find back in these people aged above 65 years, that I have met during KARATE Trainings and Camps.
This is so inspiring …