Adfreak points to funny man, Rob Schneider’s full page attack ad in Variety, used to ridicule Mel Gibson and promote Schneider’s new film in one fell swoop.
Archives for August 2006
Greg Storey of Airbag Industries is less than impressed with the new Technorati website redesign. It’s my understanding that drug users sometimes have flashbacks that cause them to hallucinate and do unexplainable, unimaginable things. So when a friend told me to go see the new Technorati website and it finished loading, the first thing that […]
Yelp.com founders, Russel Simmons and Jeremy Stoppelman Business Week is running a feature on the new NoCal rock stars. You know, the young turks that lurk just south of San Francisco. Digg founder, Kevin Rose and his fellow wealth punks have little in common with the sharp-talking MBAs in crisp khakis and blue button-downs who […]
Lewis Lazare wonders how many young men in Miller Brewing’s crosshairs can trace the Man Laws campaign back to its origin—the mythic King Arthur and his knights of the round table. Given the state of education today, and a waning interest in reading, at least when it comes to serious literature, we doubt most of […]
According to the official press release, MTV is strengthening its reach to the student market via acquisition. mtvU, MTV’s 24-hour college network and a division of Viacom Inc.’s MTV Networks, today announced a definitive agreement to acquire Y2M: Youth Media & Marketing Networks, the parent of College Publisher, the largest interactive network of online college […]
According to ClickZ: The Coca-Cola Company has morphed its longtime corporate Web site into an international brand portal with user-generated content in mind. The new site, designed by AKQA, marks the first global integration of the company’s digital presence. It’s available in 26 countries and six languages, and will be promoted online and offline by […]
According to Poynter, Ana Marie Cox, formerly of Gawker Media’s Wonkette, is now the Washington Editor of Time.com. Richard Stengel, managing editor of TIME said, “Ana Marie is a sharp and witty observer of the Washington scene and has the ability to spot political angles in surprising places. In her new role, she’ll bring her […]