Case in point: Teddy Roosevelt. These posters are part of a series called “Historically Hardcore” by Jenny Burrows (AD) and… Read more Yes, You Can Be a Historical Figure and a Bad Ass
Every weekday, I try to write something relevant to advertising, branding, or simply modern life. But today, I’m going to… Read more Eleven Years Ago, This Was Insight. It Still Is.
This month’s Epicenter blog on wired.com discusses Flash Cookies, an online tracking mechanism similar but far less known than the… Read more Where Have You Been? A Matter of Cookies and Transparency.
The people over at Tribune Media just debuted chicagonow.com: a new blog network launched two weeks ago after three months in… Read more A New Local Network: ChicagoNow.com
This morning, an article in Advertising Age landed in my e-mail no less than four times before 9am. Mike Wolfsohn, the… Read more In a Web 2.0 Empowered Society, Interaction Demands Feedback
I’ve read and heard hundreds of definitions of brands over the years and while many of them are compelling in… Read more Brands Are Opinions
People like Ad Age’s Randall Rothenberg certainly provide good, informed opinion and perspective around this whole marketing convergence thing. Today,… Read more I Don’t Have All The Answers. But The Internet Connects Me To Smart People That Might…
My friend Stephen Riley sent me a link to a post on Adam Singer’s remarkable blog “The Future Buzz.” This… Read more Actually, There Are One Hundred and Fifty Million Reasons Why Facebook Matters
Seriously, surf over to the Draplin Design Co. website and you will not be disappointed. Aaron Draplin is a compulsive… Read more Thanks for Reading This Blog, But Go Here Instead…