Category Archives: ads

“The Official Sponsor of Birthdays”

The American Cancer Society has branded its self, in part, as “The Official Sponsor of Birthdays.”  Here at the National Home Office in Atlanta, Georgia we’ve known this was coming since December 2008 and many of us have anxiously awaited … Continue reading

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Facebook vs. MySpace and Breaking the Sex Barrier

In full discloser, I’m a Facebook fan. For me there is something a bit dark about MySpace, yet I have an account with both. Where do others stand in this battle between these two social networking giants? According to Google … Continue reading

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Anything You Post Online, Anyone Can See. Think Before You Post.

Have you ever searched online for your name, profile names, or email addresses? You might be surprised by what you find. If you’ve posted anything online, it’s out there. It’s public. You probably wouldn’t consider posting a tenth of what you post … Continue reading

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A Noble Alternative to Solitaire

  Millions of people play Solitaire every day to alleviate work place boredom. Now you can play something that will eliminate boredom, increase your vocabulary, and help feed the hungry. For each word you define correctly FreeRice.com will donate 20 grains of rice … Continue reading

Posted in ads, advertising, charity, food, games, Humanitarian, hunger, Marketing, Philanthropy, solitaire, technology, United Nations | 1 Comment

Good Stuff from the Ad Council

           The images above are from campaigns led by the Ad Council (Click on each image for a larger view). The Ad Council has also created some excellent videos. Here are links to some of my favorites.  Hamster                    Bullseye Light Saber               … Continue reading

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Google More

  You’ve seen Google Maps, Google Images, and Google Video, yet Google has so much more to offer. Here are four examples.   Ever wondered who categorizes the images on Google Images? Try Google Image Labeler and find out.   Tired of … Continue reading

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Good, Fast, Cheap. Pick any two. . . Well Almost.

 (A)        (B) This is a fun idea; it can be good and fast, but it’s won’t be cheap, or it can be good and cheap but it won’t be fast. Fortunately, this not always true. There is no universal standard … Continue reading

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