Archive for January 2008
Does anyone remember Zwan? Honestly?
"Mrs. Carter" received a call to ensure "she" was getting the best value in service from BT. It didn't seem to be appreciated.
Is getting old really as bad as society makes it out to be? The various forms of media sure make getting (and especially looking) older seem like a terrible thing and something to avoid at all costs.
In our Street Signs section, we choose images from cities, neighborhoods and hops around the world that uncover burgeoning cultural or retail trends. In addition to this pattern recognition, we offer a bit of commentary to help bring it all together. This week’s is entitled Facade as Canvas.
Or more accurately, Xylitol sweetener junkies.
Vincent wants to cancel his AOL account. Luckily, John is here to help. And we're sure that AOL is pleased to have John represent them, especially since this call made the Today Show.
With all the talk about an impending recession, much has been written about the end of luxury brands as we know them and the need for new models to retain current and attract new consumers.
There's over 600 pounds of men, a plump little Scottish girl and a 13 year old in Texas who simply can't survive on a 12 ounce roll of sausage. Somebody needs their @$$ kicked.
With Target’s wholesale dismissal of bloggers, America's favorite retailer said more than it realized about the tired PR industry and its own relevance going forward.
The egos of some bloggers may have been kicked down a few notches today as the NYT reported that Target "does not participate with non-traditional media outlets."