What about blogs? When I first started mine, I had a small group of friends who posted pretty much daily, often nothing longer than a longish Facebook post. We all read and commented on one another’s posts. Source: Time for a blog renaissance | David B. Thomas Totally. I’m all for a blog renaissance, Read more about Blogging whatever.0[…]
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This week alone, my first week of transitioning to my new business, I have: Spoken to a group of undergrad students about empathy in marketing strategy, prepped for a similar talk to a larger group of students, moderated a panel for a new group for women in technology about visibility and personal brand, been approached about Read more about This Week Alone[…]
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From Fast Company’s “Ethonomics Weekly” email newsletter on October 27, 2011. Good thing everyone’s all about the triple bottom line: that ought to leave plenty of room for sloppy contradictions.
via graphjam.memebase.com (Note: if the image isn’t changing, click it to go back to the original – it’s an animated GIF, and it’s worth seeing.) Cassette singles. Remember those?
via xkcd.com We get used to seeing metaphors and metrics in certain contexts, and we just start taking for granted that they make sense. It’s why I get really animated whenever an e-commerce client cites something Amazon does as proof that a techn…
Let’s call a spade a spade: This is marketing, pure and simple. But a crass “Whassup” ad this certainly ain’t: instead, Burg and Beck capture the creative “process value” behind Dogfish’s product, showing how luscious organic strawberries are hand…