The Links

As we close out 2009, here are some of the coolest links of the month: Thinking about starting a new company? Make sure you consider Guy Kawasaki’s 7 tips before doing so. Live in the UK? Searches for ‘redundancy’ have increased 83% in the last 3 months One of the biggest advertisers in the world … Continue reading

The Links

Sorry for the delay on these. Check them out. Interesting few weeks (to say the least) and a lot going on out there. Feel free to send your own as well and we will be sure to post them. – Seth writes about how “just doing your job” isn’t good enough.– Have you heard of … Continue reading

The Links

– Even video games aren’t safe from the failing US economy– The Obama campaign breaks another record for fund raising in September. With hundreds of millions to spend and growing support, things are looking good for Obama fans. – The next TED conference? Or just another unworthy competitor.– Economy troubles? Google doesn’t think so. They … Continue reading

The Links

– A great article about the $700 bailout and what the media is missing in the explanation– Fallon planning explains the importance of brands that give rather than take (and shout)– CNN is the latest victim of horrible online ad placements– The price of a 30 second TV spot in the US has gone down … Continue reading

The Links

A ton of interesting links from the last week. Check them out. – Seth Godin gives a great outlook on why advertising can’t fix Microsoft’s problem (if it even has one)– Zuckerberg tells Facebook fans about the new Facebook design (and over 7 million protest it)– Oasis goes to NYC and teaches street performers how … Continue reading

The Links

Lot’s of good stuff this week. Check it out when you’re bored at work on a Friday… – Wal-Mart sponsores a blog that says “Nigger Obama Eats Babies” – Google creates a comic strip for Chrome’s ad blocking functionality¬† – W+K links to a UK list of the Top 10 most awarded ads of the … Continue reading

The Links

Mulling through my RSS feed, I star a ton of articles each week. Rather than link to every one of them through a number of posts, I’m going to do a weekly post with some of my favorites. As always, please feel free to pass on any links you find interesting. – An in depth … Continue reading