NXIVM operated in the Capital Region, a place with a surprising history, and my historian dad who was oblivious to NXIVM and his cancer.
Was Aspercreme’s commercial jingle the best ever? You bet your sweet Aspercreme it was! Until a conservative controversy and a heart attack!
THERE IS NO PHOTOSHOP ENHANCE FEATURE The policeman stood over me, looking over my shoulder. “Zoom in,” he said. “…No, zoom all the way in.” I was struggling to get … Continue reading PHOTOSHOP: NOT GREAT AT CATCHING BANK ROBBERS
How are rivers named and why are some of those names really stupid or really racist? We gave the fun of naming shit to long dead people.
ONE-LETTER INITIAL SIGNEES VERSUS THE REST OF US You sir or ma’am are a nobody, that is, according to your last email. The email you sent had your full first … Continue reading One-Letter Initial in Your Email? Please Don’t.
Feta is the cheese you think like, you order a salad & click the add feta check-box; they give you a mound of friggin’ feta & a leaf.
Shepherdstown is a great place to get drunk and annoy ghosts. If you are more mature and would like a nice family getaway, it can do that too
LENS FLARES IN THE HEAT OF BATTLE Lens flares for motion design is like quick-clot for Navy Seals. Let me paint the scene, the news department orders an open animation … Continue reading Lens Flares: it’s not just the Comic Sans of Filters
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE HUT? Pizza Hut in the 80s and 90s was an actual dining experience, one that, due to delivery and covid only lives on in our collective … Continue reading Pizza Hut Nostalgia, it was an Experience in the 80s
Marketing during the coronavirus isn’t something I’m seeing discussed very much right now. There’s plenty of interesting articles about marketing after the coronavirus. How will marketing look in a post-COVID … Continue reading MARKETING AND THE CORONAVIRUS: WHAT WORKS?
Rectangle school pizza was the pinnacle of the school lunchroom culinary experience even for kids bad enough to be sent to military school.
Coronavirus looks extra scary when you just got hit by a tornado and you’re trying to finish your last course on social media marketing in grad school.
Jargonauts are jargon-aficionados that destroy company meetings with incomprehensible jargon, acronyms, and irrelevant PowerPoint slides. They must be stopped.