From Lewis Lazare: McDonald’s serves BK leftovers If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Burger King should be feeling mighty flattered. We can only imagine what the Burger King suits — to say nothing of the entire creative department at BK’s ad agency of record, Crispin Porter + Bogusky in Miami — must be […]
Darren Barefoot picked up on this new way to move money around. Text Pay Me allows users to send and receive payments via text messaging. No more verbal IOUs! – Split your restaurant bills right then and there! – Pay your team or club dues anywhere and anytime – Pitch in real money instead of […]
Noah from 88Slide wrote in. He says: 88SLIDE is a daily one minute info-challenge format (read: game show), distributed via the Internet at 88slide.com, and through iTunes as a video podcast. Cell phone users can also download the 3GP formatted series at 88slide.com. We release original episodes M-F, and outtakes and bloopers from the previous […]
From Austin 360: The Thermals, a rambunctious rock band from Portland, Ore., were en route between gigs last year when they got a phone call from their label, Sub Pop. Hummer wanted to pay them $50,000 for the right to use their song “It’s Trivia” in a commercial. “We thought about it for about 15 […]
Karl Lagerfeld is Podcasting. Lagerfeld closed New York’s Fashion Week with a runway show that one didn’t need a ticket to experience. CORE’s motion design division, COREaudiovisual, created brand-oriented content that was seen by audiences both inside and outside the show’s venue, and produced a video Podcast of the event that was available minutes after […]
From Jakob Nielsen’s Alterbox: I worry that search engines are sucking out too much of the Web’s value, acting as leeches on companies that create the very source materials the search engines index. There’s no doubt that search engines provide a valuable service to users. The issue here is what search engines do to the […]
In a comment seeming to stary from their party line, Consumerist says: Normally we’re not into anti-consumer agitprop but this one butters the biscuit. You can’t see it in the photo, but this stencil is directly adjacent to a brand-spankin’-new, soon-to-open Starbux. Click over to Consumerist for more photos.
The house above is a 827 sf shack in Cupertino, CA (the peninsula town that Apple Computer calls home). The asking price is $764,900. From San Francisco Chronicle: You’re not the only one dreaming of ditching the Bay Area for a Midwestern college town or a coastal city in the Southeast. Two out of five […]