This was just too funny not to share.
In my high school AP Psychology and Sociology classes, I learned a lot about Dr. Philip Zimbardo's studies on the human mind and social interactions. One of the most famous might be his involvement in the prisoner/prison guard study. I came across this animated video by RSA Animate today that I wanted to share immediately. … Continue reading Philip Zimbardo & Perspectives on Time
Call me "el Grincha" but I couldn't care less about celebrating Cinco de Mayo. Don't get me wrong - I enjoy the occasional margarita. But why exactly should I care about Mexicans defeating the French in the battle of Puebla? Contrary to what many ignorant Corona drinkers may believe, Cinco de Mayo is not the … Continue reading Cinco de Who Cares?
It seems that every time a new OK Go music video comes out, I fall in love all over again. It reminds me of that Mouse Trap board game. Except way cooler. I love that OK, Go em braces not only having a good time with their music videos, but also the power of viral … Continue reading OK Go, you make me smile
Two weeks ago, I attended a retirement luncheon for a co-worker. While I was busy grabbing a sub sandwich and slice of cake, I overheard the retiree talking to some others about how he first met the CEO of our company thirty years ago making books. Knowing that I work in interactive marketing where 99% … Continue reading Obsolescence
I think this video from JibJab sums up the year pretty well. All I have to say is... Peace out 2009. I didn't like you anyway.
AMC's Mad Men is officially cultural phenomenon. Not because it won a ton of awards. Not because every blogger and Twitterer writes about them. Not even because Banana Republic launched a line of clothes inspired by the show. Mad Men has rocketed in the uber phenomenon status because cute little muppets are now teaching kids … Continue reading Mad Men according to Sesame Street