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NOLA Site Revamp Invites Visitors to Create their Own Journeys

The New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation (NOTMC) has unleashed a series of new features to followyournola.com that inspire people to discover New Orleans – and “Follow [Their] NOLA” – through the site’s interactive, map-based experience. 360i partnered with NOTMC to create a more immersive experience via its official website, building off the insight that prospective ...

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Facebook-Oculus Deal Hints at Bigger VR Trend on the Horizon

Facebook has bought virtual reality technology company Oculus VR, Inc. for a reported $2 billion. Oculus is known for its flagship product, the Oculus Rift, a gaming-oriented virtual reality headset that started as one of the most successful Kickstarter projects of all time. The Rift has generated a huge level of buzz in the industry, ...

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SUBWAY Invites Fans to ‘Think Flatizza’ at SXSW

SUBWAY Restaurants, a headline sponsor of SXSW 2014, is letting fans in Austin get a taste of its newest “eatovation” via an interactive game called “Think Flatizza.” Flatizza™ is a brand new product from SUBWAY that combines fresh-baked flatbread with marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and toppings added to your liking. To introduce Flatizza to the ...

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What’s Buzzing: TV Playlists, Snapchat’s $3B Offer & More

This week’s top stories included Snapchat spurning Facebook’s $3 billion offer, significant platform updates from Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest, and a first-of-its-kind Spotify partnership from BRAVO. Find out more below and check out some of our other blog entries this week in the recap at the bottom of this post. Snapchat Holds Out on Facebook’s ...

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What’s Buzzing: Google Helpouts, FB Redesigns & More

After an announcement earlier this year, Twitter’s IPO hit markets Thursday morning and shares soared, with Twitter closing its first day of trading at $44.90. This week also brought news of some new Facebook features, including video autoplay in mobile Newsfeeds and “Like” and “Share” button revamps. Read on for more details and some insight ...