I Can Internet, and So Can You: A Simple Guide to...
Marketing 2.0 101 (not the best name for a class, but I digress) dictates that a strong internet campaign is better than none at all, and that none at all is better than a half-assed one. The reason for this is simple: Failure is always possible, but kind of trying never yields the possible results of giving your all. As a citizen of the internet (we still don’t have a national anthem,...
Photos from My Vegas Trip.
I very recently was afforded the opportunity to go to Las Vegas (as in “Viva”) for a conference. I took a lot of pictures of the city, and I figured I’d share them here. Sweets: The Strip in Color: The Strip in Black & White
Waxing Poetic About Internet Design
I am drawn to simplicity. White backgrounds, geometric shapes, primary colors, translucent overlays, simple fonts that are beautiful and easy to read—this is what I strive for. I watch and try at least one new tutorial per day for photoshop or indesign or premiere pro and I try to employ new techniques in our e-mail blasts and landing pages. Sigh…To be a young internet native.
I (once again) almost forgot that it was Tuesday Tunesday. Today is a little melancholy I suppose. Being young means getting your heart stomped on by people who can be completely cruel (whether they are oblivious to it or not). So instead of giving you justified reason to murder me with Gloria Gaynor’s I Will Survive, I am sharing Damien Rice’s 9 Crimes. Next week’s will...
1. Your first name, followed by your middle name. 2. Your tumblr url. 3. Last thing you ate. 4. Last thing you drank. 5. Last thing you said. 6. Last person you talked to. 7. Your name in cursive, followed by name in CAPS. 8. Your favorite food/candy. 9. Your favorite book turned movie. 10. Whatever tickles your fancy.
Things That "Words with Friends" Taught Me About...
In case you are renewing your lease under that rock, Words with Friends is a super popular fun game app on apple products. I personally rock an iPad2, but most play on Facebook or their iPhone. The game is essentially electronic Scrabble. I am not ashamed to admit that I’ve always been bad at this game, but it has taught me a huge amount about life. Resonant post is resonant: 1....
I like when celebrities surprise me. I never thought Thandie Newton was an airhead, but she’s much more complex than her celluloid counterparts. I think this is an idea worth spreading.