If You’re Not On The Map, Then Where Are You?

Rob Walker of New York Times Magazine looks at maps as entertainment in today’s edition. I’ve loved maps since I was young and I still love maps. So, I’m thankful for Walker’s piece because he just introduced me to a handful of new digital mapping solutions/games. Wee Places for instance, graphs Gowalla checkins. Another fun […]

Nadal Is Big Man On Campus In Toronto

A reporter from Toronto’s Globe and Mail had a sit down at One Restaurant in Yorkville’s Hazelton Hotel with MDC Partners founder and Chariman, Miles Nadal. “Everyone always makes fun of me because I have a multitude of devices,” he explains, pulling from his pocket a $60 no-name cellphone, of which he says he bought […]

Are We Finding Our Way Back To A Norm, Or Is There A New (Less Liquid) Norm?

Even though I’m comfortable writing about advertising, not economics, the economy is one of the big forces weighing on our industry–it needs to be examined and some kind of meaning from the various indicators needs to be gained. Here’s one glass half-full look from the Washington Post: A recovery that seemed tentative and halting a […]