Flapping In The LoDo Wind

I left Denver in August 2003, and while I’m in touch with a few friends who work in the business there, I’m pretty much out of the loop. Which is one reason I enjoy reading The Denver Egotist. Here’s something The Egotist posted today that has me scratching my chin. McClain Finlon had another round […]

You Have To See Yourself Before You Can Laugh At Yourself

[via Brandopia]

What Is The Most Influential Media?

In the UK, France, and Germany, the Internet is significantly more influential than any other media, according to a study (PDF) by Fleishman-Hillard and Harris Interactive. In fact, online experiences, at least in these European countries, are nearly twice as influential as TV and eight times more influential than traditional print media. Matt Dickman, a […]

Car Tee Yay Kicks It On MySpace

According to Marketing Daily, French jeweler and watchmaker Cartier has chosen to kick off an online campaign for its latest collection, Love by Cartier, on MySpace. “Blogs, group(s) or individual Web sites are no longer the signs of a new era, but are an established reality for a whole new generation,” said director of international […]

Farts in the Wind

Five years ago interactive was still an exotic discipline. One that lacked respect from traditional creatives reared on print, radio and TV. Of course, that’s changing and fast, for even the most entrenched people in advertising know how to follow the money. Brian Morrissey of Adweek, reminds us that the transition is still underway, particularly […]

Thanks for the Canvas

Stephen Floyd practices an innocent form of culture jamming. Here’s an example of his work in Fairplay, CO. [via The Moment]

Street People Claim Authorship of Anonymous Blog

[via Denver Egotist]

Bacardi Armada

According to The Wall Street Journal, Groove Armada signed a comprehensive one-year deal with spirit company Bacardi. The two DJs will be the main act at Bacardi-sponsored concerts in six venues from Miami to Athens. Andy Cato and Tom Findlay also will produce records that Bacardi can use as background music for its global television-ad […]

More Transparent Product Placement?

Looks like the government wants to get involved in TV’s last best hope: Possibly coming to televisions across the nation: stronger warnings that the Cokes, Oreos and Sidekicks flaunted by actors have bought their way onto your favorite show. That’s what the Federal Communications Commission signaled yesterday when it said it would review new rules […]

Foraging for Meaning: Hunters & Gatherers Work the Web

Rick Myers points to an interesting piece about how we read online by Slate’s Michael Agger. Near the end of the piece, there’s a link to “Hamlet’s Blackberry: Why Paper Is Eternal” by William Powers. Here’s a clip from Powers’ 74-page document: Paper is the most successful communications innovation of the last 2000 years, the […]