Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: Branding Thoughts
“Do you drink coffee?” he asked me eagerly as soon as we shook hands. With a broad smile and cheerful flourish, he was already digging into his bag, giving me a pound of coffee from The UnseenBean. Gerry (Gerard) Leary … Continue reading
My BFF Chris Celek started up this really cool service for small businesses to get started using video for their web sites, social media presence, etc. So he calls me up and asks if I wanted to be a guinea … Continue reading
I received this letter in the mail yesterday. I noticed the return address had two things; a PO Box and the ZIP Code.* That’s it. A few days ago, I read some tweets in my stream where a few people … Continue reading
In the past week, I’ve stumbled onto two major brands that launched crowdsourcing design projects they probably should not have. The first is the Barack Obama Reelection Campaign (MY poster submission is posted to the right) and the other is … Continue reading
One of the things I keep hearing from media and some of my friends is how Steve Jobs thought different, did things differently and failed a lot. College dropout Got fired Unsuccessful businessman LSD user “Look, dad! Steve Jobs was … Continue reading
I read the #OccupyWallStreet story in the New York Times this morning and kinda just shook my head slowly. They reported this as if it were a 2011 version of Woodstock, complete with hippy-chicks and guitar-slinging beatniks. Yay. Or should … Continue reading