Archive for July 2008

Advertising Gone Insane

A big callout and thanks to Michael Reidy at Bespoke for sharing this hilarious video about the insanity of how corporate decisions get made for advertising. This is truly a day in the life. When I see a really stupid advertisement, I wonder with amazement about the people who sat around and actually made decisions […]

Will Cuil be Cool?

Move over Google, looks like trouble is brewing. A new start-up launched today called Cuil, promises to index more web pages at a time than Google and present more information back in a friendlier format than we’ve seen to date. This is what happens when smart, former Google employees get together with other smart people […]

Backlash on B2B Blogs

A little while back, we shared the details from a Forrester report on the downward trend of corporate B2B blogs that was noted on www.BtoBonline.com .  That has created a bit of a stir with companies stepping forward to recommit to their blogs. Paul Gillen, a contributor to BtoBonline, noted this about blogs – as to […]

RIP Randy Pausch

This just in. In Memoriam: Randy Pausch, Innovative Computer Scientist at Carnegie Mellon, Launched Education Initiatives, Gained Worldwide Acclaim for Last Lecture View Randy’s Last Lecture on YouTube