One of the trickier negotiations at a busy American airport can be identifying one’s PowerBook at the gathering end of the security checkpoint. I put stickers on mine to make the process easier. But Dan Kurtz has a much more elegant solution.
Archives for July 2006
When moving unwanted email to my spam box, I often ask myself who clicks on this shit, because someone obviously does, or it would not keep coming. New York Times has the answer: Spam messages promoting pornography are 280 times as effective in getting recipients to click on them as messages advertising pharmacy drugs, which […]
Bob Barrie is leaving Fallon to form his own firm. He chose not to to give Adweek many details, but indicated the move is not iminent, and that his head and his heart are still at Fallon, an agency he’s been with for 20 years. Barrie, an art director, is notable in the industry for […]