Your readers, your audience, and your customers are changing their habits; how they get information; how they interact with media; how they manage their professional network; how they do business. These changes will, inevitably, affect how they interact with your brand; their needs will evolve; their expectations will shift. Perhaps it hasn’t happened yet. Perhaps… Continue reading Jazz, Art, Play, and Abstracting Your Business
More Americans Turning to Web for News “Nearly 70 percent of Americans believe traditional journalism is out of touch, and nearly half are turning to the Internet to get their news, according to a new survey.” Video: Twitter in Plain English “We’ve received a number of requests from people who want their friends to use… Continue reading News of the Week 3/6/08
This is a deep fried onion loaf. Anything in loaf-form is bound to be unhealthy!
Just got back from a new friend’s house, where I got to experience what must be at least $20,000+ of turntable goodness… the Garrard 501. Suzanne Vega never sounded so good.
I enjoyed a great barbeque lunch with some current and former staff members of the Graphic Arts Blue Book. B2B media is tasty!
Only in New York does a billboard of a giant Burger King Whopper attract a giant inflatable rat.
I took this photo last night at a friend’s 40th birthday party. It certainly underscores the incredible power of traditional media consumption – there is something mesmerizing about HD TV. However, more and more, I am seeing media consumption being turned into media interaction. Social media is creeping into our lives, as we await the… Continue reading Media: From Consumption to Interaction