Om Malik likes to interface with the Facebook platform via mobile device. He also believes that mobile syncing of one’s key data points with location-based service offerings (advertising) is gonna be big. I recently pointed out that “as we transition to an increasingly mobile world, the location beacon takes the role of the TCP, and […]
Archives for February 2009
According to Ad Age, Cessna sees its planes as “productivity tools.” You know, like Power Point.
[This People-Powered advertising stunt was brought to our attention by Sean Howard on Twitter.]
Orlando agency, Push, prepared a new Perfect Pairing Facebook application for its client, The Melting Pot, just in time for Valentine’s Day. The idea is for you to play matchmaker. Got friends you think would make a perfect pair? Use The Melting Pot’s Perfect Pairings application to see how they match up. Melting Pot will […]
Milwaukee’s Meglio Pizza is offering Twitter users $2.00 off their next pie. I’m making note of it because this is what’s right with Twitter. There are boatloads of social media experts ready to instruct business owners on how to use Twitter properly, but depending on one’s product or service offering, it needn’t be all that […]
Cue theme from The Twilight Zone… Some intersting tidbits from the above video: it took two hours to download the newspaper in 1981 and only 2000 to 3000 people in San Francisco owned a computer. [via ad broad]