Got a plan to make something go viral? Does your plan include tweeting at local rap and sports stars? If it does your plan is terrible.
Marketing, Television, Social Media: Designer, Compositor, Editor, Producer, 90s hip hop aficionado, and dad in the DC metro. I like quiche.
I wanted to ask Walter Cronkite for his autograph but was way too shy so instead I took his car registration and tried to show it off to pick up girls on Sundays at church…
This is a bit of a pizza street fight, well not really, but I am looking at differentiation between two of my fave pizza outfits. One mega, one not mega.
Bacon is overrated for a good reason; it’s such a beautiful piece of meat that it ascends to an almost mythical station. It can’t live up to, and at the same … Continue reading Hark! the Half-Elvis Sings (and How to Properly Cook Bacon)
My military school mixtape was an ever-evolving analog account of the music I was obsessed with in the early to mid-90s — what would easily become my favorite decade of Hip-Hop music
A somewhat scatalogical explanation for why I go for aisle seats even though I am petrified of flying
Orkut, the social platform was a nutty potpourri of ahead of its time inventiveness, a massive portion of communality, a pinch of sophomoric amoralism; all chased down with an air of digital exclusivity, and mothered by the, even then, the formable mothership that was Google.
How did a Chinese mobile phone app go from a humble messenger to one of the most successful tech companies in the world, boasting a massive user base and you … Continue reading WeChat, the Most Succesful Do-It-All App that You Probably Never Heard of
Blaze Tower was an action hero who couldn’t survive one page of his own action novel.
The 2010 “I Like it” breast cancer meme went viral with titillating ingredients; but could it have been done better? Should it have been done at all?
So Friday the office closed early, which was fantastic because I needed to get an oil change and finish a paper for school; maybe pick up a new graphic novel. … Continue reading Pizza Headphones… a review
Warby Parker, dubbed “The Netflix of Eyewear” by GQ in 2010, has a name derived from 2 Jack Kerouac characters and wants to sell you prescription eyewear over the internet; all because of a lost pair of glasses.