A few days late, here’s Week 87.
This week, Coca-Cola Global has been all about getting ready for a giant client demo that happened on Tuesday. Last-minute tweaks, code-freezes, screen walkthroughs, a backup over-the-shoulder film just in case the entire internet dies (Josh is our hand model, I’m voice-over guy). Big, big client demo on Wednesday that, by all accounts, went superbly well.
Facebook continues to be Facebook. You’ll know it when you see it. Kraft is in pre-production.
It’s judging season
British Academy film and videogame screeners have started to arrive in earnest.
- One from today – Joseph Bernstein (editor of Killscreen) in the Atlantic, about Far Cry 3 as the first video-game about millenials
- Territory marking (by peeing, using Foursquare), via The New Aesthetic
- A history of AOL through New York Times crossword clues, via Dan Frommer
Little Printer should be arriving next week.