Want to know why a business-to-business technology brand like Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is on Pinterest, the new social discovery network? Lauren Drell Associate Editor of Mashable has some answers. Since you’re not supposed to blast pictures of your products on Pinterest, try to think outside the box and pin images that capture a lifestyle […]
Archives for January 2012
Seattle’s Wexley School for Girls is defending its client Wilson in a court of law public opinion. “These rackets are destroying young lives.” Hilarious.
Everyone wants to be an agency today. You know, because we’re all creatives up in this joint. We just need to release the artiste within. To wit, Ad Age reports that Deloitte recently paid $40 million for Seattle-based mobile shop Übermind. “It’s no longer an option to have a bad user experience, so having agency-type […]
“If corporations are people, then Mitt Romney is Mitt the Ripper.” So says Colbert Super PAC, a political arm of Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert, a.k.a. the joke that’s isn’t a joke. The Colbert Report Get More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,Video Archive I love the language in this spot. “If you believe […]
President Obama wants “Made In America” to mean something again. And it’s no wonder, when “Made In China” comes with as many human rights questions as it does. As you may have heard, over 300 employees at a Foxconn plant in Wuhan, China recently threatened to throw themselves off a building in a mass suicide. […]
The Super Bowl is coming. The Super Bowl is coming. No Paul Revere’s ghost hasn’t started blogging herein, but The Super Bowl is coming. According to USA Today, Sketchers’ Super Bowl ad will feature a French Bulldog and Mark Cuban, not Kim Kardashian (as it did last year). In response to Sketchers’ new ad, a […]