Matt Coddington of NetBusiness Blog has compiled a top 10 list of worst Internet marketing videos ever. While he claims “top ten” status for his selections, the optimist in me believes things can get even worse–I mean better, no I did mean worse. Or do I mean worser? Anyway, pop over and take a look.
You’ve got to read “Is the Tipping Point Toast?” [http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/122/is-the-tipping-point-toast.html] by Clive Thompson in FastCompany. The gist of Thompson’s piece, based on the work of Duncan Watts of Yahoo Research, is that the theory that a select few “key influencers” matter
Mark McGuinness over at the Business of Design Online [http://www.businessofdesignonline.com/] blog has written a series of articles (see links bel0w), on getting organized and improving creativity. Often many of us pitch creativity versus organization and structure erroneously. I believe organization and structure create (pun intended) an environment
Photo (cc) by Kamal H. 1,300 unopened rebate forms a Mercury News reporter found in a dumpster [https://www.mercurynews.com/2007/09/05/tech-talk-unopened-rebate-requests-found-in-san-jose-dumpster/] near Vastech, a rebate processor for Fry’s [https://consumerist.com/2007/09/06/1300-unopened-rebate-applications-found-in-dumpster/index.html] Electronics [http://consumerist.com/consumer/electronics/]. When