I know it's been awhile since I've posted, but I have good news! If you want to read all the things I read instead of updating my own blog, please check out my Links page for St. Louis marketing sites, digital marketing industry blogs, and other sites that I enjoy reading when I'm not at … Continue reading Just Updated – Links Page
We all do it from time to time, leaving dry erase marker on the dry erase board too long. Then when the time comes, no matter how hard to try to wipe it off, the marker will not come off. Spraying water on it is futile. Google to the rescue! I searched "how to clean … Continue reading Hairspray on the dry erase board, who knew?
With DATING CARDS! Can you imagine the reaction "Chad" would get handing these out to the lucky ladies at the bar? "Here's my dating card." "Umm... thanks." "Oh, it's not weird... I swear. I didn't even pay for them. I got 250 free on the Internet." "Right" "So can I buy you a Jagerbomb?" "No." … Continue reading Advertise Yourself
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Recently a client request came through my office for an illustrator that does real time drawings of meetings. The idea behind the concept is that written notes are more apt to be biased and meaning distorted than if an artist sketches the conversation. This was a … Continue reading Worth 1,000 Words
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
One of the most popular search terms for people showing up at my blog used to be the Cookie Monster - because I posted a pic of the good ol' C.M. in an old post and Google Images kept directing people here to check it out. Since that traffic has slowed down, I guess I … Continue reading Me and the Monster
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?
If you've been reading the blog since last summer, you'll know that I am a chairperson for the United Way of Greater St. Louis' Chocolate, Wine & All That Jazz. We are in full swing (pun intended) and getting ready for this year's event. Chocolate, Wine & All That Jazz is exactly what you would … Continue reading Seeking sponsors for 2010 United Way Chocolate, Wine and All That Jazz
In October, I wrote a post about Books for Cameroon. My college friend, Wendy, was putting together a monumental Peace Corps project to bring 22,000 books to more than 28 libraries across the West African country of Cameroon. She was just a few thousand dollars short of the funds needed to pay for a shipping … Continue reading Books IN Cameroon