After being on the ground in Iowa to watch Santorum’s last-minute surge and on the ground in New Hampshire to watch Romney claim a victory, it was a welcome reprieve to run the Google Politics and Elections War Room for South Carolina from Google’s DC office.
A great new spot from Google India.
It’s hard to believe that in only one week, the JESS3 team waved good-bye to Iowa and set out to New Hampshire for the second election event of 2012.
There’s no question that the headlines and results coming out of Iowa on Tuesday this week was a surprising upset for the Rick Santorum campaign.
There is no shortage of newsworthy events that emerge from the France’s LeWeb conference every year. We visualized what each day was all about.
Brad Cohen lets us in on the discovery of a fun easter egg on Google Talk.
What’s the biggest issue in social media today? It’s the subject of Social Media Magazine’s debut cover, for which I’m working on some drawings. I wanted to share the sketches that I’ve pulled together as the launch of the magazine draws closer. As I’ve written elsewhere, I don’t believe that Google+ is anywhere near replacing Facebook [...]
If for no other reason, the excitement around Google+ is warranted because it demonstrates Google’s commitment to doing social right. After experiments-gone-awry by the names of Wave, Buzz and Orkut, Google is back in the game with a product — or “project” as the company prefers to call it — that is hot.
Here at JESS3 we love Google and with their Musicians@Google Presents: Google Goes Gaga, they have blown us away again with their clean motion graphic on Ms. Gaga’s rise to fame. Be sure to watch the video and Google keep up the killer job!