WelcomeHello, I'm Nora Rothrock. I am curious. I like great stories. I love innovation and game changers. This blog is a journal of the cool things I come across or inspiring ideas and commentary I find. I hope you'll add yours to this conversation.
- Which companies join #Apple as game changers in the #DigitalAge? Find out which 4 have changed our lives the most:… twitter.com/i/web/status/7… 21 hours ago
- It’s a minefield to navigate the privacy issues that have accompanied the increased prevalence of #DigitalServices.… twitter.com/i/web/status/7… 1 day ago
- RT @BigCouchFilms: Introducing #Dame #JaneCampion the only female #PalmeD'Or winner is now a dame #WomenInFilm #WeLoveJaneCampion https://t… 1 day ago
- RT @WebSummit: Artists like @NeYoCompound and @TinieTempah + brands like @Spotify and @SoundCloud? You'll find them at #WebSummit 💯 https:/… 1 day ago
- RT @annagud: "Europeans are much more sensitive to the idea of exploitation of their personal data.." US Co's overseas challenge https://t.… 4 days ago
Category Archives: Social Media
While reviewing films for the Baftas last year, I had the pleasure of enjoying Michael Fassbender’s very powerful and utterly compelling performance as the namesake character in “Steve Jobs.” As I watched, I became acutely aware of Steve Jobs’ presence … Continue reading →
There hasn’t been a game changing revolution for unsigned artists since the start of the recording industry. That has to change and here’s why.
Big data. The digital age. Our digital footprints. This post is an update to what I wrote last September about the IRS using data mining to find non compliant taxpayers, particularly those offshore.
I’ve had a couple of weeks to try out the new Facebook features and it’s truly Game On for the evolution of social media platforms. They have made the types of changes that were needed to move the platform forward … Continue reading →
I was at the Medialeaders event last night in London and met the Creative Director from Mavo Studio who is also a musician. Inevitably it comes up in the conversation – what does it take for a band to make … Continue reading →
Everyone seems to have picked up on the story last week that the number of Facebook users has declined in the USA, Canada and the UK during the last couple of months. Almost every commentator suggested it was Facebook fatigue, … Continue reading →