Results for November 2005
  • Google Moves Into Print, Literally
    When a comely 160-page magazine bearing the Google logo was dropped on ...
  • Discover
    I'm a fairly curious guy, especially when I see a chance to ...
  • Hail This Media Buy, And Keep The Meter Running
    For years, advertisers in urban markets have been teased with the promise ...
  • A Leap Of Faith
    Can't beat the holiday rush? Here are some smart ways to join ...
  • People
    I'll answer your question before you ask it: Yes, of course I'm ...
  • King
    It's worth taking a more in-depth look at King, as its tush-happy ...
  • Forbes
    Upon first glance at the November 14 Forbes, I thought I'd unwittingly ...
  • SHOP Etc.
    I say hip-hip-hooray for shopping magazines, perhaps the only print genre that ...
  • Filtering Through The Noise, Mag Becomes TV
    Filter, a print magazine devoted to the new music crowd, comes up ...
  • Hábleme (Talk To Me): Multicultural Marketing On The Web
    Ask any Web pundit about the state of online marketing to multicultural ...
  • Yoga Journal
    It was around mile 22 of Sunday's New York City Marathon when, ...
  • Golf Magazine
    An initial run through the November issue of Golf Magazine made me ...
  • Us Weekly
    As best as I can tell, the intended appeal of Us Weekly ...
  • Blogs, a Hard Sell?
    Over the last 18 months, marketers have enthused non-stop about the potential ...
  • Market Focus: Enable These Browsers
    The disability community responds to marketing, not pity, says Charles Riley, who ...