I was not surprised to choose Sarah Palin as republican Vice President Candidate, but deeply chocked by different rapid reactions on the subject. Such reactions might be acceptable if happened in the third world where the only job for women is cooking/baby making.
The shame in Sarah’s case, she is ’40-something candidate with four years in major office and no significant foreign policy experience was not ready to be president’. (NYT- PETER BAKER). No body had the courage to admit that th… Continue
Secondhand Smoke and Your Pet: Read This Before You Light Up
Shared by Bullie Pups R Us ,Written by: Megan Krause / PetSmart Charities
Everyone knows the damaging effects secondhand smoke can have on people – but what about our pets?
More and more, scientific research is finding that secondhand smoke also poses a significant health threat to our furry and feathered friends. The American Journal of Epidemiology reported the following findings:
Cats exposed to secondhand smoke have almost doubl… Continue
Be proactive about your pets health says Bullie Pups R Us
Preventative Vet. Care for Dogs And Cats shared by Bullie Pups R Us Think about the regular care you receive throughout your lifetime from pediatricians, dentists, physicians, allergists, ophthalmologists, and so on. Why settle for anything less for your pet? Now think about the fact that pets age an average of seven years for every one of ours-and it’s clear to see why regular care is so critical. Nutrition
A healthy, nutritious diet bu… Continue
Important tips for selecting a boarding kennel.
Choosing a Kennel
If you’re planning on boarding your dog while you’re on a trip, here’s what to look for in the boarding facility, as well as in your dog upon your return. In many cases, you’re better off leaving your dog at home when you go on a trip. Although your dog may not think so at first, being boarded can be a pleasant experience if you find the right place. The key is to find a kennel with a professional, caring staff and clean faciliti… Continue
We shot this advert for The Original Smoothie Company as they are supporting our new cooking show which will be launched mid-September. The show features one of the best chefs in the known universe and is shot at one of the most prestigious locations on the planet.
Hope you enjoy the advert.
So I have started a new blog I have decided to keep it on my site but I am offering RSS feeds as well.
In addition I will be launching all new graphics on the site within one week, the street sign images needed to be updated. This inspiration of course originated during the redesign of the media kit which available free of charge… Continue
(NEW YORK) Digital Agency, Freedom + Partners has added Tim Nolan as Executive Content Director. Nolan served as Producer and Studio Director of the Digital Design
shop, Firstborn Multimedia over the last two years. He will spearhead the Digital Agency’s Live-Action production unit and provide Creative Direction for interactive projects.
(sorry for the self-promo) Continue
Added by Tim Nolan on August 20, 2008 at 1:20am —
There is no leader where are no followers.
Maslow’s Pyramid is my favorite. First, it’s simple. Second, it makes sense. Third, it’s easy to grasp. If you want to experience something close to a natural disaster, don’t let me sleep for 3 days. Full and well rested, with a renewed lease, I strive for more. There must be more to life.
The modern day fairytale: I want social interaction, I want social recognition, I want traffic to my website, I want to be the boss, I want to be famous, I want to… Continue
I’ve been receiving emails from Adrants Daily for quite a while now. Not that I haven’t noticed the modest invitation in the middle of the email that kindly and business daily to join the community. I think that I actually visited the site a few times but never really entertained the thought of joining it. Until last week. Maybe I was bored, maybe I had something to write about, or maybe I… I don’t exactly remember. As any other “newly joined”, I created a profile, uploaded a picture of a cartoo… Continue
From my blog: Alphonse Ha – Sales 2.0.
I really liked this article by Jennifer Horowitz,
What People Aren’t Saying About Social Media:
“Social media helps you connect and establish trust. Any one social media activity may not lead directly to a sale in any given moment, but it helps you establish a presence online; and in y… Continue
Former BBH Chairman Cindy Gallop sits down w/ us to talk about her experience & passion for the business of life. We touch on topics that range from personal branding, google, & the boys club. Cindy has some serious perspective 2 share so make sure you turn it up. FYI – this is the first of two Cindy joints so settle in.
check it out @ http://www.reelspit.com Continue
Added by MedicineMan on August 9, 2008 at 10:13pm —
Social media is a beautiful thing.
One in a million: You can advance your career, make new friends, date, keep in touch and do so many other great things in your sweats directly from your couch. Let’s take MySpace for example. Think about that: How many friends do we have in “real life”? With how many friends and how often can we communicate at the same time? Do you actually have friends in “real life”? But you can have it all on MySpace. Careerbuilder makes you feel great about yourself… Continue
One of my recent investments is an interactive property that is designed to empower consumers to easily find a local car dealership and an employee within that dealership that has demonstrated their ability to take care of customers. 100% of the ratings of these staff members is submitted by recent customers and is available for the public to see regardless of the nature of the rating, good or bad.
For the platform to be successful,… Continue
Added by David Hein on August 7, 2008 at 10:24am —
So for the last few years, we have been running a PPC campaign, and not much else being that our department was lacking in leadership/planning. Now, we have a functioning department and we are trying to put together an ‘integrated’ marketing plan in which the PPC campaign is still present but more a part of a whole, versus the entire ‘kit and kaboodle’. The problem is, we have a vendor telling upper management that ” that more and more
companies are depending on pay-per-click”. In the meantime,… Continue
My family, friends and business associates call me Rick. It’s been that way since tenth grade. Before that, it was customary to go by Ricky, but my second-year Spanish teacher, a Cuban immigrant named Mrs. Vidales, ruffled the ‘r’ just enough when she spoke my name in front of my classmates to drive me to distraction. Instead of being the affable kid with some semblance of coolness, I was Rrrricky, like the cartoon character that kept hawking potato chips by saying “Rrrruffles have rrridges!” Th… Continue
Added by Rick Childs on August 6, 2008 at 4:06am —
My daughter Megan didn’t believe me at first on July 29 after a 5.4 magnitude quake centered southeast of Chino Hills, Calif. shook the Southland for up to 30 seconds. I was at home downstairs contemplating what to eat for lunch when I felt the floor vibrate, then shake, for just under ten seconds. She was upstairs and scoffed at my announcement that we’d just had an earthquake.
“Prove it to me,” she said. So I turned on the TV to ABC’s HD channel and, sure enough, Eyewitness News was scrutiniz… Continue
Added by Rick Childs on August 6, 2008 at 4:01am —