I love this place. These leather seats are butter.
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
A word used to make even the most innatentive moron sound borderline brilliant. Be warned, the use of indeed may cause some people to feel uncomfortable and less superior in the users presence, intimidated by their free usage of the word.
Did you watch the village last night?
We did indeed.
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Media Planner: "Here's an idea, lets make the content look like banner ads so the consumer will be more likely to click on our ad as they go through the content!"
Consumer: "Get bent"
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Magntize provides you a free, slick website that acts as your digital business card.
Genius Idea: Several months ago, we reviewed Card.ly, a tool that let you create simple but elegant online social media business cards. Add in your business information, add some social media accounts, add a theme, and presto! You have a social media business card.
Magntize is yet another tool that follows in the same vein as Card.ly and boasts similar features. However, the execution is unique and different enough to warrant consideration if you’re looking to create a dynamic and professional online presence without a ton of effort. Take a look at my Magntize card for an example of what you can create.
The free web-based tool is rather simple to implement: add in profile information, a picture, a short bio, and contact information. After that, you can add links to your blog, company website, and social media accounts. The beauty of Magntize is that it can automatically detect new content within your links and add them to a social stream that appears on your digital card. Once you’ve added links, you can pick from a set of 9 unique themes and countless color schemes.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Friday, November 13, 2009
You are invited to view a photo from Jim G's photo album: Drop Box
Message from Jim G:
I'd modify the Sound of Music song, "These re a few of my favorite things", by taking out "whiskers on kittens" and inserting "beer cart Fridays".
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Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Saturday, November 7, 2009
Thursday, November 5, 2009
problems struggle to get access to scarce doses of the H1N1 vaccine. But
according to NBC News, bankers at Goldman Sachs enjoy a stockpile of 200
doses of the vaccine -- the same as allotted to Lenox Hill Hospital in New
York.With hospitals, schools and community health clinics in desperate need of
the H1N1 vaccine, it's unconscionable that Wall Street can just cut in
line and secure scarce doses for bankers.Goldman Sachs received over $1 billion in taxpayer bailouts during the
financial meltdown. But that's not all. It was the single-largest
recipient of taxpayer money in the AIG bailout, receiving almost $13
billion once AIG's positions were unwound.And now, analysts predict Goldman Sachs could give its bankers as much as
$23 billion in bonuses, while the rest of country struggles through the
jobless "recovery."NBC chief medical correspondent Nancy Schnyderman has suggested that
Goldman donate its doses to Lenox Hill Hospital. I agree, that's the least
they can do."