After a long hiatus our blog is back up and running. It had been offline or stagnate for awhile because our blogging service (Blogger) had changed their system to no longer allow blogs to be hosted externally. And I was unable to find a Continue reading The Kiosk Blog Is Back!
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The Meijer store near me has some NEC screens hung in portrait mode, but no content. They have an enclosed housing on the back for a player device and Ethernet running to the player. The content is promoting the Continue reading Digital Signage in Meijers
Dr Scholls kiosk at Kroger with crude out of order sign. Sent from my BlackBerry device
This is not what you nor your customers want to see. This was taken at a Cincinnati Kroger’s grocery location yesterday as my wife and I shopped for our once a month groceries. The deli ordering kiosk which Continue reading Kiosks in Grocery – Uptime is important!
The KioskCom Self Service Expo show last week was really good. We were nervous going into it because of the economy. We wondered if customers would come out to the show. We were happy to see a great turn out by VP’s Continue reading A review of KioskCom May 2009
I was at the Digital Signage Expo in Feb. 2009 and enjoyed meeting some of the Target staff. Chris Borek joined the Digital Signage Association’s advisory board which I sit on and participated in lively discussions on the topics of Continue reading Target’s view of an in-store digital signage network, not what you’d think.
As I traveled home from a ski trip to Whistler BC Canada the other day, I took note of the self service technology used in the airports. Airports are the largest consumer of kiosks, digital signage and vending that I’ve Continue reading Internet based pay phones
I attended the NRF show (National Retail Federation – NRF.com) in New York last week at the Javitz center to see what was new and interesting in the Retail world. It was predominately point of sale hardware and related services, and only partially about retail Continue reading NRF show 2009 – Interesting Items
That is the question that was posed to exhibitors of the recent KioskCom show in October by Mark Freed of JD Events, the show promoter. It was a good question and there is often a blurring of the line between Continue reading When is a project Digital Signage and when is it a Kiosk?