So some folks created 40 proof chocolate milk. My first question, of course, is why hasn’t anyone thought of this before? I mean….40 proof chocolate milk of course means 40 proof breakfast cereal. Don’t act like you weren’t thinking it!
Monthly Archive: October 2010
With all the hoopla (yeah that’s right, I said “hoopla.” I got tired of “hype”) surrounding pop up stores and store concepts it’s easy to forget where they came from. Pop up stores have their roots in food trucks; mobile businesses that go directly to their customers and fill a niche in the food world.
Don’t you love when you see something that you think is a “concept” then you find out it’s real and can be bought with a click of a button! That’s what happened when I saw this book: Sterling’s Gold: Wit and Wisdom of an Ad Man.
Fast food is a permanent and pervasive part of the American way of life. Now, it turns out, all those omnipresent fast food signs actually have a psychological effect on us, making us impatient about other aspects of our lives and fueling the Clockless Wave.
Well everyone, it’s October which means it’s time for leaves, pumpkins, the anxiety of preparation for the holiday season, and of course the word “sexy” appearing on everything it shouldn’t.
I’m excited to see this documentary from R+I creative on Vimeo.
“INFLUENCERS is a short documentary that explores what it means to be an influencer and how trends and creativity become contagious today in music, fashion. and entertainment.”
Pop Up Lifestyle™ says “Meet me where I am” and quite often that means having products and services convenient to you when you are out and about.
Well the Cybertecture® Mirror meets you when you’re getting ready to go out.
So Augmented Reality has been building for years now and has finally been seeing some mainstream application, but now there’s a new kid on the block: Diminished Reality.
China, the producer of all things cheap, has now accepted one of America’s cheapest beer brands as a status symbol and deemed it worth $44 a bottle. Granted, it’s a beer made just for them, comes in a sexy bottle, and is called Blue Ribbon 1844—after the year the company was founded in America—but it’s still PBR, which makes it all more than a little hard to believe.
Shielding has been the land of tinfoil hats and conspiracies since we started covering it, so in the same vein the newest to add to the pile is something called “Range Anxiety”.