Talking #AudibleIdeas at Eaton Corporation

We have the distinct pleasure of working with many clients where the challenge is not creating a brand/product story, but helping them to find a brand-right way of telling that story to their various audiences. It’s no surprise to most of our clients that content, to use a cliche, is king. What often times is a bit of a culture shift is helping them to find their voice in a way that is entertaining, valuable… Read more »


Unnumbered Sparks

The Technology

Unnumbered Sparks is an interactive art collaboration between artist Janet Echelman and Google creative director Aaron Koblin for TED 2014. The art installation and experience is made from ultralight fibers and hangs from a skyscraper over the water and walkways near the Vancouver Convention Center. According to a blog post by Google Creative Lab’s Jenny Ramaswamy, the interactive lighting “is actually one giant Chrome window, stretched across the 300-foot long sculpture with the… Read more »


Making Big Data Small

Living in a digital world, we track everything. From the miles we run with MapMyRun to calories burned with Nike+ to how we sleep with Jawbone Up. But that’s just the passive data generated from life, that doesn’t even begin to describe the mass amounts of data that fill our everyday lives, from stock prices, product sales, climate change and beyond. Data becomes even more cumbersome as we start… Read more »


TEDxCLE 2013 to focus on collaboration as key to Cleveland’s future

Cleveland’s fourth official TEDx event, TEDxCLE will take place Thursday, March 21st, 2013 at the Cleveland Museum of Art, beginning at 1 p.m.  At TEDxCLE, Cleveland’s innovators will speak on a variety of topics in order highlight areas in which Cleveland is excelling and reinventing itself.  This year’s event highlights ways that the corporate & non-profit sector as well as those at the grassroots level can come together to create a bright, sustainable… Read more »


TEDx Workshop at TEDActive 2011

On Saturday, February 26th, we traveled from the great city of Cleveland, Ohio to Palm Springs, California to attend TEDx Workshops and of course, TEDActive 2011. Sunday was our first full day, and we spent all day in the desert with 160 TEDx curators from around the world; presenting, collaborating and brainstorming.

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And now, in TED-related news…

Written 2.26.2011 (sorry for the delayed post – been a busy few days!): We’ve recently released information on this year’s TEDxCLE speakers and couldn’t be happier about the overall response.  It seems that many of those in the TEDxCLE community agree that the topics being highlighted at this year’s event are at the epicenter of Cleveland’s revolution.  Having heavied up on technology last year (which is obviously still a very important piece of… Read more »


TEDxCLE: Ideas worth spreading

TED has granted approval for Hallie Bram and me to host the TEDxCLE event. If you aren’t familiar with TED it is an annual event where some of the world’s leading “thinkers and doers” are invited to share what they are most passionate about. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — three broad subject areas that are, collectively, shaping our future. Past speakers include Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Jane Goodall, Frank Gehry, Paul Simon, Sir Richard Branson, Philippe Starck and Bono.

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