I saw a facebook ad for this strange looking Nike product called the SportBand. Am I the only one who thinks this looks like one of those electric dog collars? I have images of people being forced to run farther and faster, trying to rip this thing off their neck as if it were a […]
I’ve always been a fan of Motorola’s RAZR campaign. The “Hello, Moto” line is hillarious. I find myself saying it whenever I’m feeling silly. It’s not so much the contents of the sentence, but the way it’s said – a youthful, synthetic voice with an air of mischievousness in it. And shortening the Motorola name […]
Another piece of creativity, courtesy: work.
I’m a self-proclaimed google geek. The technologies and innovations they develop are simple, yet useful. I love them. However, I’m not quite sure what prompted this ad to appear on my website.
Two videos came across my email box today:
I’ve seen this banner all over myspace lately. I can’t pull myself past that imaginary line to actually click on it. Questions arise – what sort of company would associate themselves with this guy? And furthermore, what sort of person would actually want to date him? I fear that the answer to this last self-posed […]
After The Today Show aired a clip of this girl, Jim told me about it. How amazing, and strange, that she would continue to cheer after she had fractured her spine, sufferred a concusion and bruised her lung! She was back on the show this morning and Katie asked her what she was thinking. She […]
I’ve always been a big fan of amazon.com. Yes, they’re bad for the locally-owned bookstore, and that’s unfortunate. It’s always great to see when the little guy goes online to sell their wares via Amazon’s partner programs. However, Amazon has done a lot to pioneer some of the best e-commerce targetting strategies out there. As […]