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The Curiosity Shop in Selfridges has been getting a bit of publicity again recently due to it being featured in PSFK’s Future Of Retail Report. This was one of our projects we did with Oxfam back in April this year, … Continue reading
Today saw QR codes being highlighted in the Metro, hopefully this will encourgae people to start scanning more. The article looks at Zoo Records who associated music with the codes, alongside TOTeM’s project RememberMe which was a collaboration with Oxfam. … Continue reading
Tales of Things has reached the New York Times and Rob Walkers article is a good introduction to the potential of tagging and in particular memory. This article has launched many other blogs and tweets that tell our story along … Continue reading
After being mentioned in Mashable’s Spark of Genius page yesterday (which has been tweeted 1,116 times so far!) we are now on the Killer Start Ups page, you can vote for your favourite (that’s us of course!) by clicking link … Continue reading
Very nice article by GDR Creative Intelligence – a trend research consultancy based in London, UK. A smart review of the RememberMe project. Download a PDF copy of the article HERE
Our project in the Oxfam shop has found its way into a great article on Wired and also in BBC Manchester. Listen out for a feature on Radio 5 Live tomorrow with the Gaby Logan show 12-2pm.