Monthly Archives: June 2007

Building vs. Protecting a Brand

When you are a small company building your brand, it’s important to partner with other companies, try new things and expose your product or brand. There really isn’t much cost in messing up – nobody sees anyway. After you have … Continue reading

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Blogging While Busy

Thanks for everyone thats been subscribing, if you haven’t yet please click the RSS button or “subscribe through email” if you like what you read of course. I’m trying to post regularly, but it’s so hard during the summer and … Continue reading

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Unbelievable news story not being covered by mainstream media

This is Earth shattering and I can’t believe that it’s being ignored. I really believe the first witness, Mrs. Phoebe Noble. If she says she saw it happen, I’m not going to question her.

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New and cool web tool

so how cool is this new web tool called screencast- o -matic. Its a free tool that allows you to do screen casts very easily. No downloads, build and save everything online. You can even export to Quicktime and embed … Continue reading

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Sopranos Prediction

Just like the other 10 million regular viewers of the Sopranos, over the last few weeks I have been trying to figure out how the show is going to end. So here is my official prediction on tonight’s final episode. … Continue reading

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Quick Looks

I’ve been having trouble posting lately – just so busy. Here are a few cool things I’ve found today. Gotta love art that makes you think. This looks like a fun ad agency. This clip is about a week old, … Continue reading

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Getting a Mac Will Change Your Life

…and your haircut. I never believed the hype, but it’s true. I bought a Mac Book a little over a week ago and I can honestly say that since the purchase things have been great. Can I prove that the … Continue reading

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