This week’s Thought You Should See This update for my friends at Doblin:
Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg outlines her nuanced attitude to women in the workplace—and her own approach to her career.
Tesco’s South Korean chain Home Plus converts the walls of a subway station into a virtual supermarket, allowing commuters to zap QR codes on pictures of food they want to buy… and expect a delivery by the time they get home.
Teague creative director Tad Toulis outlines his thesis that competitive collaboration is the means by which robust business of the future will be built.
As Facebook and Google announce their latest videochat capabilities, The Atlantic‘s Alexis Madrigal describes the introductions as “the cupholder of social networking.”
Nasahn Sheppard of Smart Design writes a bizarre piece defending the design and strategy decisions of the Flip camera, recently shut down by Cisco.
And finally, a good piece in Fast Company looks at a new service innovation proposition from Blockbuster which includes a late fee that’s not a late fee and is a great example of how to misjudge the tone of a marketing campaign.