So let’s see here, Jay Nath shoots a commercial for Qualcomm and then nobody, and I mean nobody, watches it.
Here’s a bon mot:
“We see this digital space of empowering our citizens as the next generation of city government,” Jay Nath, Chief Innovation Officer San Francisco.”
And here’s another:
“When allowed to flourish, mobile can transform lives in tangible ways, as we increasingly become more connected to each other. This episode features Jay Nath, the Chief Innovation Officer of San Francisco and Rob Chappell of Neighborland, a mobile app to empower citizens as they talk about how technology leads to “connected empowerment.”
1. “Chief Innovation Officer?” HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! How “innovative.” Not.
2. Are those goofy green $1000 office chairs for real? SFGov really paid for those?
3. How many days of shooting did Qualcomm do of you riding your bike around wearing a suit?
4. Were you contractually obligated to be pawing an off-brand tablet what looked just like the off-brand tablet the other dude had? Like pads are for bidness, is that supposed to be the takeaway here. you know for the two people / bots who press play on your video each day?
5. And isn’t SFPark just a way for the SFMTA to continue to increase its budget waaaaaaaay past the inflation rate? I mean, that’s the reason for SFPark, right?
Professionally scanned-in** by Digital Assets Coordinator Mark Gibson – click to expand
See if you wouldn’t consider this handbook evidence of a hostile work environment, you know, from the standpoint of this day and age. Note that women got twice as many sick days as men, but they weren’t allowed access to the rooftop employee lounge.
Also, back in the day, some dreamed of impractical shoes while others dreamed of dating those who dreamed of impractical shoes. (Oh, well, maybe that’s just like today – nothing’s changed on that score.)
No matter, the long-torsoed guy is quite the ogler.
And check it, Disney pioneered workplace casual dress – it was called “Businesslike Informality,” so neckties were banned.
“Adobe has a new retail venture: a two-week pop-up location. Think of it as a hybrid exhibition, gallery, classroom, experimental lab, retail store and creative experience designed to immerse the public in the visual world of digital imaging. It’s part art, part tech – and all free.”
All the deets:
- Free to the public (including all workshops, classes and photowalks) – Open until Saturday, August 6 – Hours of operation: Sun–Wed: 11 a.m.–7 p.m. Thurs–Sat: 11 a.m.–9 p.m. – Photos of the space: http://on.fb.me/oBT1kl