Recently I’ve had several friends tell me that they’re not using facebook as much as they used to or anymore. My brother keeps talking about “facebook suicide,” a term I first heard from him. Basically it means he would unfriend everyone or just turn his account off and walk away. He hasn’t done that yet, […]
Finally, a possible replacement to the old Palm Pilot “beam” feature. The iPhone REALLY should have beam technology http://tr.im/jT8x # Powered by Twitter Tools.
I saw a blurb from the Christian Science Monitor today about Viral Videos. The top 20 viral videos of the day are listed in order of popularity. See: http://www.viralvideochart.com/ Interesting how Susan Boyle is in it twice (#1, #19) and Britney Spears only has 1 (#11) of her hair extensions getting pulled out on stage […]
See the Great Pacific Garbage Patch from Oprah.com, yuck. – http://tr.im/jzJK # Powered by Twitter Tools.
A couple recent articles that caught my attention recently have to do with the term “brick-and-click,” used fairly often in Advertising Age and in this recent article ( How Walmart Owns the Concept of Value Online ) from the digital issue (a really good one, btw.). And in the article from PROMO, called: The Convergence […]
I was watching Idol tonight with 100 million other people and remembered an article I read in Advertising Age about it’s brand marketing. I have one question. What brand is on the judge’s glasses on the table? I’m sure you all guessed correctly that it’s Coca Cola. From the article: The biggest TV success in […]