Evidently there are a lot of seniors who would like to rewind back to a time when they could hang out at a malt shop or coffee house with their buddies and feel like they owned the joint. Mather Lifeway® is banking on it.
Monthly Archive: September 2009
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made the decision late in 2008 to allow unlicensed broadcasting devices access to “white spaces” in the television spectrum, many saw the move as a potentially giant step forward for US wireless networking.
This has to one of my favorite examples of Suggestive Selling™ in a long time!!
“I can’t help looking at what’s hot™” …even if it’s an ad for toilet cleaner! Sometimes the best ideas are about doing the opposite of what is expected.
A beer that includes pirate ship oak, tobacco, honey, killer whales, 60 foot waves and force 10 storms. Perfection.
I look forward to a future where I can cure cancer with a patch and my two headed cat smokes Black Russians.
If you’ve looked for a new cell phone lately, you probably walked away from the experience with your eyes crossed. Except for the high end, the differences between phones are miniscule, yet the choices seem limitless. But this one is different. It sees in the dark.
OK. Seriously. This. Is. Rad.
“The Obscura CueLight is coolest pool table ever, features sensors and a projector that projects an image only where the balls are on the table…”
One thing we can’t deny about our culture is that we are technological nomads. Once we discover something, we use it until we’ve tapped out our interest and then promptly move on to something else. However, it’s not always a quick transition. Blu-Ray is taking a while. I believe this is because people don’t feel there is enough of a difference to justify the cost versus DVD.
The GR8 TaT2 Maker by Spin Master Toys promises an “easy-to-use tattoo maker kit…[that] creates realistic, washable designs with dramatic effects.”
Ok, so I originally spotted this “toy” on a hilarious website called People of Walmart.
While Twitter is still trying to find a way to make money, Dell recently reported that it made $3 million using Twitter. That isn’t a huge fortune these days, but that’s not the point. The news is how Dell connected the reality of product selling with the virtual world of social networking.