Archive for May, 2014

Mount Pearl Nothing but Average

Well despite all my defending Mount Pearl to my St. John’s counterparts as a man who grew up in this city, it seems I was wrong, in a sense.

I know a few people who ought to enjoy this post.

If you compare the indices below you can see…

21 May 11:29 AM 0 Read More...

This kid is a ninja at throwing business cards

Samsung ran a viral video campaign back in March featuring this guy throwing business cards at things. I don’t care that it’s prerecorded so there were likely hundreds of takes, it’s impressive.

18 May 2:27 PM 0 Read More...

The Great Ad Experiment Vote

Atlantic Business Magazine is currently running it’s Great Ad Experiment where ad agencies create three separate full page ads.

The first five all created three separate full page ads for three separate issues of the magazine whereas the last agency designed three consecutive full-page ads the lead into…

17 May 12:52 PM 1 Read More...

Delete Your Facebook!

Well, I’d have a hard time selling that statement. But you should be careful when using it.

It’s not mere coincidence that my last post was regarding Facebook’s charmingly lengthy privacy statement and this one is about Facebook’s privacy issues.

It all comes out

Recently the…

17 May 12:31 PM 1 Read More...

Facebook Privacy Policy a Tad Wordy – Puts US Constitution to Shame

The New York Times has compiled a great set of info-graphics that illustrate the length of Facebook’s intricate privacy policy statement.

Concerned about your privacy on Facebook? Dig in for a long read. It’s a pretty comprehensive document.

Not particularly shocking, just amusing.

From The New York…

13 May 1:09 PM 0 Read More...