I often go down an internet rabbithole looking for covers of the FreeConferenceCall.com hold music, so it’s a topic I’m very passionate about….so I was THRILLED to see this Spin article that uncovered the history behind the tune. So good. So, so good.
Joining the New York Jazz Ensemble fan club, brb.
Three decades ago, if you brought together every mobile phone subscriber in the entire world, you would barely have enough people to fill up Qualcomm Stadium.
Since then, inventions have changed the world.
Today, there are over 7 billion active mobile devices in existence. In its relatively short time here on Earth, the mobile device has, and continues to, transform our lives. Drawing from World Bank data, we visualized the rise of invention in mobile phone technology.
All of that hair.
Hope to see you on Wednesday, NYC!
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See you there???
Currently obsessed with this Ad Age look at how The Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise affects tourism in the destinations in which it visits.
Apparently, Juan Pablo’s non-proposal really screwed St. Lucia (comparatively) and they had to improvise in their social media communications.
(Also these photo captions!!!)