Q315 Topic: Micro-Moment Efficiency

Millennials use their smart devices for “Micro-leisure,” using them to enhance the small moments they get throughout the day and make their overall experience more relaxing. … Read More

The Changing Face of Diversity

Sexuality, gender, size and disabilities are the new normal when it comes to inclusiveness. … Read More

Dinner With A Side Of Gore

Most web reaction to this has been incredulous: “This can’t be real??” Then you read it’s from Japan. “Ohhhhh, yep. Ok. Japan.” Gaming themed bars are nothing new, but a restaurant/ cafe based on a brutally violent game called Resident … Read More

“Foie-mageddon” Is Coming To California

Californians have survived the shut down of the 405 freeway dubbed “Carmaggedon”, but will the foodies be able to survive “Foie-mageddon”? That’s right, as of July 1st it will be illegal to produce or purchase foie gras in CA. A … Read More

Sweet Rewards For A Tweet

This is a sweet campaign from Toyota Etios in South Africa. Passersby were prompted to send a tweet that included the hashtag #etiossmile. That set in motion a gumball or gobstopper that traveled through a Rube Goldberg-style machine. I’m a … Read More

Is This For Real??

I love bacon and the weird internet subculture that has sprung up around it. I have chuckled at bacon flavored toothpaste, chewing gum, bacon scented candles, bacon inspired fashion, even bacon flavored lube (bleck). BUT surely, this is, going too … Read More

The Public Have Spoken

“Got a sneaker game so hot you lock your kicks to your ankles?” Sometimes you gotta wonder how some ideas make it through the chain of command. I present to you the JS Roundhouse Mids sneakers and yes… Those are … Read More

Tweeting FTW

I love it when businesses “give good twitter”. Whether it’s a PR person, a social media consultant or an employee that is given the freedom to tweet whatever they like, when it’s done well it really personalizes a product, brand … Read More

Sounds Weird

Adult Swim, the kings of weird late night TV, have launched their annual Singles Program. No, I don’t mean some kind of dating service (although that could be a fun idea!) It’s free downloads of music singles from artists that … Read More

Diners Want To Dial It Down

Gone are the days of velvet booths, subtle mood muzak and low lighting that we see in the swanky restaurants of Mad Men. Now a lot of hip restaurant sport minimalistic design, polished concrete floors, and loud music. Most people … Read More