I’m consumed with a word cloud graphic.
A thought provoking read on the old standards of advertising measurement and how most marketers miss the point: we are all humans who want to live a better lives, not consume more products mindlessly. You become a better advertising craftsman when you never forget that fact and learn to engage your audience on a personal level. Thoughtful graphic design is a great place to start.
So simple it seems obvious. A memorable tribute.
From Rick Reilly’s article:
This whole We Hate LeBron thing reminds me of a story. A woman is in front of an apartment house that’s engulfed in flames. She’s screaming, “Help! Help! My baby’s in there!”
A man sprints up and says, “Which floor?”
“Tenth!” she screams. “In the back!” He rips off his coat and goes running in. Five minutes later, he’s back, coughing, choking, and handing the woman the baby.
She looks at the man with a frown and sniffs, “He had a hat.”
That’s life for LeBron James.
Click the link to read more from Rick Reilly
Lights Out: In honor of Fred Rogers’ 84th birthday, a look back at 33 years of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood intros.
File under: it’s a wonderful day in the neighborhood.
Drummer Boy of the Day: This 1-year-old drummer makes jokes of us all, is too young to know what a joke is.
File Under: Gonzo Reincarnated
To rid the world of Osama bin Laden, Anwar al-Awlaki and Moammar Qaddafi within six months: if Obama were a Republican, he’d be on Mount Rushmore by now.”
Acme Of Human Civilization of the Day: Dear inventors: Cease your inventing. Roscoe Van Damme has just invented the last invention.
By one estimate, 65 percent of children entering grade school this year will end up working in careers that haven’t even been invented yet.”
File Under: Let Your Imagination Wonder.