The first time I had to super a url in a TV spot was back in 1996. It was all so new. My supervisor at the time wanted to include http:// before the www. My instincts told me it was unnecessary. I even argued that we didn’t need to include the www. People would understand […]
“The Rebirth of Cameron Fry” Aaron Jasinski | acrylic on canvas See more from this exhibit at http://ow.ly/3Xyqu
“Holy Water” by James P. Othmer may be the first novel to mention Tumblr.By the way, it’s a terrific book. I highly recommend it. A riotous novel about spiritual enlightenment, state-of-the-art luxury, motivational videos, hashish, vasectomies, and water – primarily bottled. Othmer is also the author of “The Futurist” and “ADLAND: Searching for the Meaning […]
COLLECT-i-BOWL Record Show at Brooklyn Bowl with DJ Uncle MikeSun 2/27/11 STACKS OF WAX / MILES OF GROOVE http://djunclemike.com/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5kyTzwJ0UI
This Tweet from @leeclowsbeard reminds me of the cheesy Goldfish jingle. We see the perfect happy smiling family with the product.With tongue firmly planted in cheek, the last line of the song says:And now we’ll show some actorsWho really love the crackers.The snack that smiles back. Goldfish.
The only good billboard currently on the NJ Turnpike.Exit 15X
Before reading “Life” by Keith Richards, I decided to read “Stone Alone” by Bill Wyman. Quite the contrast. There’s no real contradictions. Just vastly separate experiences. First off, you realize that despite being in the same band for decades, these two Stones didn’t interact much with one another. There was no animosity. Just not much […]
Case study of how committees kill good ideas. (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)