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  • Stay #Class-Y
    It all began with snow still on the ground, in a small gallery tucked in amongst the behemoths of Chelsea in Manhattan. Artists Jennifer Dalton and William Powhida arrived ...
  • Meet Jimbo
    Wikipedia's founder, Jimmy Wales (who prefers to go by Jimbo), is quite the guy. He lives in St. Petersburg, Florida, grew up in Alabama, and he has 196 MySpace friends ...
  • Late Regulation
    When your business is the gathering and sale of consumer information, you're bound to step into all sorts of privacy muck. A.C. Nielsen even goes as far as tracking traff ...
  • Like Minded
    Sometimes trends might seem to come out of nowhere, but they don't ...
  • I Got Rhythm
    "Protect yourself," I read, "use the rhythm method." But I'm not even Catholic, I'm about to protest until I realize the tagline refers to the rhythm of my typing ...
  • Social Séance
    Kevin Apuzzio's funeral was a sight to behold, both online and off. The young firefighter - just 21 years old, barely out of Rutgers University - died in April 20 ...
  • Deconstruction: Money Where Your Mouth Is
    A couple of weeks ago, I received an e-mail solicitation from the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (yes, such an organization does exist) to register for what has been bill ...
  • Just Roll with It
    Given the Mets' underwhelming performance during the first few weeks of the season, Shea Stadium had been the scene of some pretty heinous booing. But the worst of it ca ...
  • On the Record: The Life of Leisure
    Most people who know what it was like to work in an office without a computer are now either spending their days on a golf course or rotting six fe ...
  • The [Ad]vantage: Viva la Différence
    Those of us who have been following the convergence of technology, data-connectivity and consumerism over the last 10 years have witnessed radical change. Guiding principles such as "location, location, locatio ...
  • Aperture: Enabling, One Day at a Time
    Calm yourself. Believe it or not, Cumulative Accelerated Dynamic Change (CADC) is exactly what we're living through. The media landscape is changing so rapidly and those changes beget others ...
  • The Biz: The Silly Putty Plan
    Kids who play with Silly Putty know this: There's only so far you can stretch something before the tenuous strands holding it together break. The advertising agency business, as ...
  • Hot News Flash
    If you're going to post your commercial to YouTube, why make the "embedding disabled by request"? When you've hit upon a saucy idea for your campaign, let it run wi ...
  • 10 Things You Need to Know About Metrics
    Your guide to making it through another year ...
  • RAM: Selling into the New Frugality
    After nearly 50 years of selling to avid consumers indulging in an orgy of consumption, marketers now face the post-credit-bubble consumer: awash in debt and possessions, hoarding cash, and skitti ...
  • Rise of the Techpot
    The Internet is giving rise to a new class of on-air talent - the hot nerd. Women like Cali Lewis, Kirsten Sanford, Veronica Belmont, iJustine and Jessica Corbin are becomi ...
  • Logging In: Feed the Fish Mayonnaise
    By now, we are nearly through the first quarter of 2010, and have been inundated by all of the forecasting and crystal ball observations. All of the end-of-year wrap-up stori ...
  • Behavioral Focus: Standard Deviation
    If you're evaluating your options in behavioral advertising, then the issue of industry standards should concern you greatly. Standards ensure a common language and set of guarantees that advertisers c ...
  • WebU: Your Most Trusted News Source
    Who do you go to for news? More and more, we are relying on our Personal News Networks. Updates from Facebook and Twitter are now central to people's information network ...
  • Stay #Class-Y
    It all began with snow still on the ground, in a small gallery tucked in amongst the behemoths of Chelsea in Manhattan. Artists Jennifer Dalton and William Powhida arrived ...
  • Ed:Blog December 2007
    Think back a moment to this time last year. Joost was on many lips. But few people were talking about widgets, Facebook or 3D search. ...
  • Trading Up
    Between skyrocketing gas prices, add-on fees from travel providers and plummeting on-time rates for airlines, doing business virtually looks better than ever. That's why companies like Cisco and IBM a ...
  • Tweakers
    All the little birdies sing ... spam, spam, spam. If only the creativity of spammers could be harnessed for good. The latest plague, Twitter spam (Twam? Spwitt?), shows no sig ...