Twitter was alive last night, as the American public processed the news of Osama Bin Laden’s death on the group stream of consciousness utility of choice. I have to say, I was put off by many of the cheerleaders for Team USA (not shown above), and consequently thankful for Derek Powazek and others who helped […]
As you can see from the exchange below, two professional writers acknowledge that the collective “we” may be spending too much time talking to ourselves in today’s echo chamber of choice. I mention Twitter as the place where the self-proclaiming gather, but it might also be said of Facebook, one’s blog, and so on. And […]
Martha Stewart is a lightweight on Twitter. Yes, she has over two million followers, but she only spends five minutes a day on the site and doesn’t bother to @reply. Last night on CNN, Stewart said, “Generally, what I do is I put out what I want to say, what I would like people to […]
Chrysler cursed on Twitter. What’s the big fucking deal? Bad judgment is the BFD. According to Ad Age, an employee of New Media Strategies who was tweeting from the @ChryslerAutos account wrote: “I find it ironic that Detroit is known as the #motorcity and yet no one here knows how to fucking drive.” Apparently, the […]
The exclsuive retail sponsor for the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, JCPenney hopes to catch the attention of ceremony watchers who are simultaneously using Twitter, according to Clickz. The contest is live now on Twitter. Here is one of the brand’s first questions: The first person who tweets the correct answer and mentions JCPenney receives a […]
I’d like to offer a public thank you to Judah Johns of London for expressing his devotion. And yes, Mr. Johns a few other people do read AdPulp.
Some people are dumping on The Gap’s new logo. Someone’s out there defending it.