Funny Friday: Cameos...

Calling all sports fans, commercial fans, food fans, Bruno Mars fans and don’t-really-care-about-anything-but-being-social fans–get ready because The BIG GAME is almost here. Nope, not the World Cup (that’s this summer); not the Sochi Olympics (those are still two weeks...

Throwback Thursday: ...

Advertising may be ever-changing, but parts of the ad game remain constants. Since the industry began, countless changes have been made to the way brands market their products, and behind most of these changes stood a risky idea; sometimes those risks paid off. Let’s take a look at three ads...

The Winter Olympics Have Already Begun for Ad Execs Jan29

The Winter Olympics ...

When it comes to the Olympics, athletes aren’t the only ones breaking records. Every four years advertisers try to break industry records. 2012’s Summer Olympics in Beijing broke the advertising record of any Olympics (summer and winter) by obtaining over $1 Billion in ad sales. It is...

Two for Tuesday: Log...

If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then a logo has a lot to say about a brand. But logos are more than an image (and are worth a lot more than just 1,000 words); rather, they’re the most powerful embodiment for the corporate identity (and the most recognizable). Logos communicate with...

Trending News Monday...

Last night, the biggest names in music came together to celebrate the biggest night in music. This Trending News Monday, we’re bringing you the some of the top stories from the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. If the Grammys had a theme last night, it wasn’t great music (of which there...

Keep Calm and Read F...

You’ve seen it everywhere: that specific shade of red, that iconic 20th century typography and, of course, that timeless phrase—”Keep Calm and Carry On.” This WWII-era poster has become one of the most recognizable pieces of public art in recent history and has been transmuted...

Throwback Thursday: ...

I grew up in the ’90s, a decade that followed (and continued) the fierce women’s liberation movement. I’ve always been exposed to countless strong female role models who have encouraged me to seek high, life-affirming goals and have artfully balanced motherhood and a career. This...

Subscribe vs. Own

“The subscription model of buying music is bankrupt. I think you could make available the Second Coming in a subscription model, and it might not be successful.” Steve Jobs famously made this proclamation to Rolling Stone in 2003. While it’s easy to smirk at inaccurate predictions about the...

Two Tech Pieces Enda...

For children, snow usually sparks feelings of wonder, awe and jubilation. Not only is it fun, but the natural beauty can cause one of the most joyous unplanned occasions for children: the Snow Day.     Unfortunately for today’s children, snow days may become a thing of the...

Trending News Monday...

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” –Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Letter from Birmingham Jail January 15th marked what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s eighty-fifth birthday. Today, our nation celebrates the 28th Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (annually, the...

Funny Friday: The lo...

Welcome to the Internet, where memes reign supreme. My personal favorite running meme chronicles Leonardo Dicaprio’s journey to win an Oscar. We’ve watched Leo grow as an actor and come to hone his talent and craft as he’s played several challenging, iconic roles. Despite his acclaimed...

Throwback Thursday: ...

Advertisers aren’t romanticizing the industry when they say that it’s made up of artists, poets, writers and businessmen. After all, today’s ads are arguably the most prominent (albeit unappreciated in some cases) pieces of art available to the masses. True art–and...

Does Facebook Smell ...

Facebook turns ten this year, but is the social network still “cool?” Not for teens—at least according to the numbers. Facebook is still the “King” of social networks in terms of users, but with fewer teens registering for/using the app, another network or app could take the crown. Older...

Two for Tuesday: Two Different Movies, One Message Jan14

Two for Tuesday: Two...

I love movies. Like–I love them ferociously. I believe in the power of film to not simply entertain and inspire, but to perhaps even change an audience’s paradigm completely. With that in mind I bring you today’s Two for Tuesday. The two films Don Jon and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty are...

Trending News Monday...

Last night, the 2014 awards season kicked off with the 71st annual Golden Globes. This Trending News Monday, we’re bringing you the highlights from last night’s award show from the winners to the most memorable moments. Big Winners The Hollywood Foreign Press Association awarded...