A 3rd Term at the Obama White House - Adam Blumenthal Attends Discussions on VR for STEM Education

On December 12, 2016, The Executive Office of the President of the United States, Office of Science and Technology Policy hosted a meeting regarding the use

Adam Blumenthal Attends Obama White House Symposium on the Future of Education and Digital Learning

On October 5, 2016, Curious Sense founder, Adam Blumenthal, was one of 200 guests from around the country to attend the White House Summit on Computer

Adam Blumenthal Attends Obama White House Summit on

On September 14, 2016, Curious Sense founder, Adam Blumenthal, was one of 200 guests from around the country to attend the White House Summit on Computer

Brown University Names Adam Blumenthal Virtual Reality Artist-in-Residence

Curious Sense founder charged with developing ground-breaking virtual reality experiences with students, faculty, and 3rd parties.

Social Media Marketing Text Book Cites Adam Blumenthal's Article on Branded Games

Social Media Marketing was the first textbook to cover this vital subject. It shows how social media fits into and complements the marketers toolbox. The book

New York Times Cites Our Music Video Game As a Marketing Innovation

Stuart Elliott of The New York Times writes about Curious Senses’s strategy to both market and generate revenue for artists in the struggling music industry

Billboard Invites Blumenthal to Write About Digital Innovation for Music Industry

After several successful innovative digital marketing projects with music artists, Billboard asked Adam Blumenthal to write an op-ed piece about his experience transitioning from the agency world to the music industry

Who Art Thou, Chief Digital Officer?

It’s hard to find something if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Just ask professional recruiters tasked with finding the elusive chief digital officer (CDO).

New Music Industry Textbook Quotes Adam Blumenthal's Billboard Op-Ed

Professor Tim J. Anderson’s new book, Popular Music in a Digital Music Economy – Problems and Practices for an Emerging Service Industry, quotes my Billboard Op-Ed piece, and

New York Times Features Curious Sense Work With The Design Network

Curious Sense was instrumental in developing and pitching the story that led to this article by Stuart Elliott in The New York Times

Billboard: Grateful Dead 3.0

After today, the long strange trip that is the Grateful Dead’s career may just get longer and stranger. Thanks to Curious Sense Inc., a digital-entertainment company that

Facebook Acquires Occulus Virtual Reality for $2B - Is your Social Network going 3D?

  (Paraphrased) from Mark Zuckerberg, posted on Facebook today, 3/26/14: I’m excited to announce that we’ve agreed to acquire Oculus VR, the leader in virtual reality

Success Maxified when you begin with the End in mind

I’m a student and fan of turn of the (last) century leadership and performance education – works like Charles Haanel’s The Master Key System, and Napoleon

Curious Sense CEO, Adam Blumenthal, Speaks at SXSW about Music and Emerging Media

SXSW Panel: Music Licensing & Emerging Media One of the world’s biggest and most anticipated convergence events of all things music, film and interactive, SXSW is

Hey Brands: Get Your Game On!

From Social Media Today | BY ADAM BLUMENTHAL The majority of Americans and more than 500 million consumers worldwide play social and mobile games. Digital games are the

Wall Street Journal: The Grateful Dead Get A Videogame

via THE WALL STREET JOURNAL JOHN JURGENSEN | 13 JANUARY 2011 The Grateful Dead is getting a videogame. Through a new deal with an independent games developer, the

Reuters: Grateful Dead plan new

via REUTERS JORDAN RIEFE | 20 APRIL 2012 For 30 years the Grateful Dead recorded music and toured the world with their unique blend of rock, folk and

NPR Marketplace: REO Speedwagon's got game

via MARKETPLACE MORNING REPORT, AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA JENNIFER COLLINS | 2 DECEMBER 2009 Bill Radke: Does the name REO Speedwagon ring much of a bell? If so, you may be

Rolling Stone: Grateful Dead Launch Video Game

via ROLLING STONE BENJY EISEN | 16 DECEMBER 2011           The Grateful Dead have their own golf balls, wine, neckties, USB drives, blankets and wind

USA Today: The Grateful Dead will delve into the world of online gaming

via USA TODAY, GAME HUNTERS MIKE SNIDER | 17 JANUARY 2011 You could be playing with the band: Jerry Garcia, left, with Grateful Dead bandmates Bob Weir, Phil Lesh,


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