Archive for October 2007
This man runs California. And he makes a mean cup of soup.
Last week, FEMA broadcasted a press conference to inform the media of its efforts to support those affected by the wildfires in California, although it forgot one thing: the press. Actually, saying it ‘forgot’ may be as misleading as its stunt. FEMA completely shut out the media from the Q&A.
Some of Nicolas Cage's finest work. Does anyone even know what he's endorsing?
Think there would have been as many Hulkamaniacs if this commerical had aired in the US?
A client in the process of expanding its business informed me yesterday that a job applicant submitted an inquiry on the company website in a rather unusual manner. It read: want job call me ltr with dtls. No punctuation. No clear message. No job.
Well, Jack White singing with Loretta Lynn. If that ain't cool, then tell me what is.
Since no one else has dared to take it on, I will broach the subject that has been on some of our minds this week: St. Lou is … All Within Reach
"When the apes descended from the trees, their hands became free." How did they choose to make an ode to joy?
And now, the Attention Deficit Theatre players take the stage for the season finale, “The Wheel.” While the play might only feel like it’s five minutes long, there’s a magic time machine involved and it’s really a nine month production. And you might need to sit on an inflatable donut for a few days afterward. Bonus.
After seeing considerable interest in the possibility of Apple killing the mouse, we thought we'd share one company's vision of what the computer of the future might be like.