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You know how you sometime finds things right when you need them, or when they will make the most sense to you? I just bought a new MacBookPro this week and I can’t get thousands of songs I “own” to play in iTunes, thanks to a DRM glitch somewhere. It’s maddening, this denial of my […]
Type too small? Click through to the Craigslist listing. This is my shape shifters appeal. Media and marketing are not what they were, and they won’t be tomorrow what they appear to be today. You can wonder about it, complain about it, ignore it, join the circus or any number of other options, but the […]
There was a plethora of political advertising to consider last year (we examined much of it on AdPulp). So it shouldn’t come as a surprise (or does it?) that the category has its own awards show, The Reed Awards, which is happening tonight. The Reeds, recognizing excellence in campaign management, political consulting and political design, […]
We’ve had our National Day of Reconciliation, now the freakers who shred Copper want a National Snow Day. They want it so bad, they asked Wexley School for Girls to make a video promoting the concept. There’s also a microsite, complete with an online petition. Because Americans who ski and snowboard “deserve the thrill of […]
I was sad to read the following notice, since Tom Peter’s Wire Service has been one of our best daily sources for material. BTW, I refute the notion that technology will serve me better than an editor. We deeply appreciate the loyalty of our readers, but also understand that technologies have emerged that may be […]
I was slow to take to Facebook. In fact, I kind of hated it. I even took down my account for about six months last year. But I eventually came back (FB knew I would) and now I’m getting into the swing of things. I came back for the simple reason that lots of real […]