Happy Friday & Happy New Year. Welcome to our first Cloudburst of 2016.
For those that don’t know yet, Cloudburst is our weekly eclectic collection of everything that’s caught our eye online. Here’s what we’ve been watching, reading, dreaming and talking about at Rabbit & Hare this week.
This week we’ve been reading
Wired – The Untold Story of Silk Road, Part 1
Quartz – Creative people’s brains really do work differently
AdWeek – A Rare Look at Bob Greenberg’s Collection of ‘Outsider Art’
Vice – Meet the Artist Taking On Apple, the NSA and GCHQ
Think With Google – Why Gamers Should Be Part of Your Audience Strategy
Brand Republic – Under Armour’s Healthbox wearables will come to the UK in June
Advertising Age – Why Ad Tech Is the Worst Thing That Ever Happened to Advertising
Medium – The State of UX in 2016
Desktopmag – What is the success formula for interactive storytelling?
Fastcodesign – The Most Important Design Jobs Of The Future
This week we’ve been watching
This week we’ve been listening to
UNKLE, Foals, Future Islands, Queens of the Stoneage, New Order, The Beatles, Them Crooked Vultures, Elbow, Guy Garvey, Marvin Gaye, Jurassic 5, Cream, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Clash, Chemical Brothers, Orbital, Johnny Cash, 4Hero, Jools Holland, Hozier to mention just a few.
Quote of the week
“I went to a fortune teller. She looked at my hands and said: ‘Your future looks pretty black.’ I said: ‘I’ve still got my gloves on” – Tommy Cooper