[courtesy of Where’s My Jetpack? via The Toad Stool]
Media entrepreneur, Om Malik, had a heart attack three months ago. Since then, he’s quit smoking, consumed less meat and started an exercise routine. He’s also retooling how he works. Simplification Through Elimination I was reading a review of the Macbook Air over on Macworld when I realized that the machine and post-recovery me have […]
Where do you go after you hold a M.I.L.F. sale? Well, if you’re Spirit Airlines, here’s the next one: Having worked on more than my share of retail clients who are absolutely lifeless and humorless when it comes to sales and promotions, I dig this approach. (Thanks to The Consumerist for calling this to my […]
Ad creep comes to rental cars.
Laughing Squid is liking this video from Gary Vaynerchuk. How about you? Do you buy that communications technology can and will work wonders for the forces for good, while exposing the evil-minded for the cretin that they are? I like the concept. But it seems like a bit of a reach.
The maker of the popular photo-editing software Photoshop on Thursday launched a basic version available for free online. San Jose, Calif.-based Adobe Systems Inc. says it hopes to boost its name recognition among a new generation of consumers who edit, store and share photos online. Photoshop Express will be completely Web-based so consumers can use […]
Hong Kong Sevens is a major rugby tournament coming up at the end of this month. The event is expected to draw 20,000 foreign visitors to Hong Kong. Guinness wants make sure these visitors find their way to a local pub, so they’ve developed a mobile application, “Passport to Greatness,” to facilitate this action. The […]