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Are You Thinking Correctly?

Is the picture above a visual representation of your marketing thoughts on social media? If it is, you should probably change it so that your visual looks like this: Olivier Blanchard, of BrandBuilder Marketing, shatters the myths of content in social media marketing. Check out his post here (it’s where I got the snazzy images). … Continue reading

Did the MLB Miss Making a Big Opportunity Even Bigger?

Or am I just that naive? It was recently announced that the MLB will be going social this Opening Day. Initially, I was bummed that I hadn’t heard about the opportunity. Then I was struck by the fact that it is a very good idea, and shocked that the MLB hasn’t already harnessed Twitter, Facebook … Continue reading

Sunday Morning Zen: Picasso

“Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” Pablo Picasso

Non-Virtual Social Networking

LinkedIn for the Real World I recently got a call from a client (read: friend I have been doing some web and design work for) about a friend of his that could use some design help. I gladly agreed. I am excited, I have never redesigned a menu before. We went to the¬†restaurant¬†yesterday so that … Continue reading

Sunday Morning Zen: Pablo Picasso

Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working. -Pablo Picasso

Aural Art by J Dilla

I had to share this amazing song, and video. R.I.P. J Dilla

The Evolving World of Marketing

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The Rules of Engagement

Things used to work differently. Brands were like wolves and consumers were like sheep. We soaked in their advertising and didn’t mind the interruption. The playing field is more level these days. There are certain things about the brand and product that we will never know and there are certain needs, wants, desires and thoughts … Continue reading


The 10 Rules of Apple

Less and More: The Teachings of Dieter Rams Dieter Rams is a design demigod. He was the genius behind Braun design. He could also play a significant role in the legendary design of Apple, that of the muse. Good design is innovative. “[Dieter] Rams states that possibilities for innovation in design are unlikely to be … Continue reading