Archive for April 2008
The Arctic Monkeys must have picked their favourite worst nightmare when they decided to create this video. (Word of warninng for the faint of heart. These clowns are not clowning around when it comes to violence.)
Since, as we know, there’s a complex matrix of need, disposable income, identity, and desire usually present in most market transactions, getting people initially interested in a product or brand is difficult enough. But what happens when what you’re marketing doesn’t exist yet, and may not exist even in the future? To make things worse, what if what you’re marketing is really just an idea, and on top of that, will only marginally benefit you, the average consumer citizen who is being asked to invest in it?
If you're still not convinced Net Neutrality is an important issue, here's our closing argument: Without Net Neutrality, there is no Tron Guy. Case closed.
Perhaps I’m letting my nationalism get the best of me, but Absolut’s “Reconquista” ad is a little insulting:
John Hodgman of The Daily Show describes the excitement of the information supertube.
I hear advertising is dead. A pretty solid white paper entitled "The End of Advertising as We Know It", says so.
Have you seen the new social networking site Starbucks launched about two weeks ago called MyStarBucksIdea? Most-Networked-Executives
What do you do if you still don't understand Net Neutrality? Ask A Ninja.
This week, UE takes a look at the issue of "network neutrality."
Why does the inventor of the World Wide Web worry that it will end in the United States? Don't expect to get the answer from Ed Whitacre.