Archive for March 2008
Once in a while, I feel compelled to Yahoo! for a search. One may wonder why. It’s not like the lederhosen are particularly slimming. But there is one part of the Yahoo home page that continues to frighten and intrigue.
Sadly, few realize this clip is a joke. Sadly, it is also excellent advice in most companies.
With an umbrella brand name like Staples, can the company succeed with its launch of an upscale brand?
MTV may have edited this video, but not UE. Rolling Stone said "M.I.A. is sick of anonymous editors taking the ammo out of the chorus," so we've left the original sound intact. What's life without a little controversy?
Poor Nancy Grace just can’t get her way. Actually, scratch that, this is awesome. Kudos to the control room!
In its quest to maximize the marketing madness around this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament, CBS Sports naturally is turning to digital media. Basketball fanatics and bracket newbies alike can stream game clips directly to their cell phones, watch free webcasts of all games, and even fill out the official tournament bracket on Facebook.
Is Mississippi’s WXVT-TV trying to tell us something about their weatherman?
Every once in awhile, something comes along that impresses even the most jaded Internet addict. For me, that happened today with PicLens by cooliris, and I just had to tell you about it.
We’ve seen a new development around the tradition of shocking internet memes.
Whoever said reporters are all talk and no action? Well, whoever did sure seemed to know what they were talking about.