You don’t need to be writing “The Great American Novel” to appreciate this list of 22 rules of storytelling. We all are in the business of ‘storytelling’, that is, crafting effective communications. No matter if the end result is a movie script or the end result is a happy customer who is satisfied with the […]
And now, for no good reason at all, allow me to present a mashup of two of my favorite things – punctuation and food.
Who knew this chocolatey, hazelnut spread could cause such controversy? For the administration of Columbia University in New York City, it almost did.
So much has been written lately about the new Facebook timeline. Now it’s time to go beyond the hype – read this real-life insight into an advertisers experience and why they won’t be doing THAT again. via @marketingprofs
To know me is to know I love buzz words. Industry slang, corporate jargon, you name it. As much as I roll my eyes at some of it, on the inside, I’m secretly smiling. I came across a new buzz phrase today (apologies if this is old news to anyone out there) – Surprise and […]
I don’t want to live in Boston, nor am I anything close to resembling a software engineer, but I STILL want to work here. If you’re a better match than I am for the work, why not go work for Facebook?
In her post titled “How “Admissions” Works Differently At For-Profit Colleges: Sorting and Signaling” Tressie McMillan Cottom goes beyond the usual discussion of for-profit universities to ask the more important question: what created the demand for this industry in the first place?
This is an actual screenshot I just took of a website run by the NJ state government. Yes, in 2013. For all my Drupal / Ruby on Rails / HTML5 developer friends out there, I just had to share.
And you thought Lunchables were cool? They’ve got nothing on these pop culture inspired bento boxes. Lunchbox Awesome is a great blog run by the mother of the luckiest kid on the planet with the coolest lunches.
Why do I love this so much? Oh, right, because “you’re foot’s kind of messed up but I was hoping to talk about my tuna.”