American Copywriter left a telling comment on Gods of Advertising. Let’s take a look: There are light and dark sides to everything. It’s good celebrate exceptional creative. But there’s no perfect way to do it. And without results attached, well, it’s really about what’s wonderful in and of itself, yes? Are scams a sin? Without […]
Archives for June 2008
Fred Wilson wants to get serious and break out of the 2.0 box. I am a bit jealous of friends who are working on finding and funding alternative energy or biomedical technologies that have the potential to address the serious problems facing the world. At times it seems that helping the web become more social, […]
The internet is a special medium for a number of reasons. For one, it devours content. It must be fed and fed and fed. Or it just peters out. Here’s a story about it: The Walt Disney Company, concerned that its main Web site is not entertaining enough, is moving once again to overhaul Disney.com. […]
There’s nothing new here, and no high bar to clear, but I like the Cubs and this is a well done ad (from Fallon).
As construction of the Advertising Icon Museum — part of Kansas City’s $100 million West Edge development — moves ahead, the museum has hired Leslie Strube as its first development director. The museum, originally slated to open in late 2007, is now expected to open in spring 2009. The Advertising Icon Museum will showcase a […]
According to San Francisco Chronicle, popular web video series like “Break a Leg,” are not being shown the money. Even with a YouTube partnership, contest winnings from Internet video clearinghouse Metacafe and other recognitions, “Break a Leg” has grossed about $2,500 for two years’ work. This is a show with an average monthly viewership of […]