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Content is King, Finally

Posted by on May 21, 2013 in Culture | Comments Off on Content is King, Finally

Content is King, Finally

Content is king, finally on the web as behemoths buy smaller, content-centric upstarts, and people rush to figure out how best to mine the gold in those UGC mountains.

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Farmers, Work and Advertising

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Culture | Comments Off on Farmers, Work and Advertising

Farmers, Work and Advertising

The best advertising is aspirational. It touches something inside of us that makes us think, that inspires us, and reflects well on the business who paid for the ad. Perhaps buying a truck from Dodge will help us realize our deepest yearnings, but maybe not. That's fine. Appreciate the ad for what it represents as a creative act solving a client request (most art, in the history of the modern world, falls under this definition).

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Newtown, USA

Posted by on Dec 17, 2012 in Culture | Comments Off on Newtown, USA

Newtown, USA

With heavy hearts, we make this post, to, in some small way, show support for the victims of the tragedy in Newtown, CT and their families. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Please offer a prayer as well for the first responders, I fear they witnessed things that no one should ever have to see. -- Nancy & Ted Villa.

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Scrooge’s Nephew Fred

Posted by on Dec 19, 2011 in Culture | Comments Off on Scrooge’s Nephew Fred

Scrooge’s Nephew Fred

Scrooge's nephew, Fred, has one of the best monologues in A Christmas Carol in support of Christmas.

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Facebook, Privacy & The Market

Posted by on May 25, 2010 in Culture | Comments Off on Facebook, Privacy & The Market

Facebook, Privacy & The Market

It seems far better to me to allow people and companies to figure out privacy concerns together (as is happening now with Facebook) than let the government begin dictating terms and conditions to us.

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