[faux New Yorker cartoon via Copyranter on Animal]
Archives for May 2008
Richard Huntington writes clean sentences and places them on his site, Adliterate, for our enjoyment. The business world has little time for the desperately bright, painfully academic, socially inept and ponderous planner. Indeed, in our time squeezed environment it is tough to make the case for strategy at all. See what I mean?
The other day we looked at the digital dive from an economic angle. In his latest column for Talent Zoo, Danny G. looks at the offline crowd through a different lens. I recently became acquainted with a new couple. They’re upscale, college-educated folks, both in their early 40’s. She’s a nurse and he’s a home […]
“Part of the Midwestern psyche is you do the work and that should speak for itself.” -Michael Hart In its latest issue, Creativity profiles mono, an agency in Minneapolis that is partly owned by Canadian holding company MDC. mono is the creation of Michael Hart, 40, and his creative partner Chris Lange, 36—both Minneapolis natives […]
[DDB Stockholm campaign for McDonald’s via Tim Nudd]
I loathe acronyms. Except this one: HIPPO. According to Ad Age, Avinash Kaushik, Google’s Analytics Evangelist deploys the acronym in in front of hundreds of HIPPOs gathered to hear him speak. A HIPPO, or Highest Paid Person’s Opinion, can be an obstacle to success on the web, argues Kaushik. Despite mounds of data, Mr. Kaushik […]