I’ll be on holidays for the next 2 weeks and although I won’t be traveling that much – that’s what I do at work :) – there will be no blogging. See y’all again later.

Why would you ever pitch Valleywag? | seattleduck why on Earth would anyone, EVER pitch Valleywag? (tags: valleywag bloggers pitch pr) Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing: I have 400,000 users of my widget – Now what? Freemium potential? InsideFacebook has a story today about a guy who built a “Where I’ve Been” map […]

At MIX07 in Vegas (in April) there were few presentations that didn’t have a sort of web-technical angle on things. There were a few, but one was quite outstanding and in on my list to write about since then. The presentation I’m talking about is ‘The emotion of customer experience‘ by Lou Carbone. Lou talks […]

This guerilla campaign was developed by BBDO Stuttgart for Mercedes, no need to explain what it’s about as it’s such a simple execution of a very good creative idea. Campaigns like these are just a joy if you ask me. Great stuff BBDO! [Via marketing alternatif] Technorati Tags: mercedes, advertising, guerilla, bbdo, germany, stuttgart, testdrive

Being rewarded for just writing your opinion on a blog is always a pleasant thing, and it was a nice surprise when Mark Goren listed me in his ‘thinking blogger’ award list. The idea of the ‘thinking blogger awards’ came from ilker yoldas and his his answer to the Z list thinking that is a […]

Marketers Seek a Banner-Blindness Cure – WSJ.com Pity the poor banner ad. Cutting-edge just a few years ago, this pioneer of Web advertising is now scorned as hopelessly out-of-date, a neglected stepchild in an era of Web video, widgets, mash-ups and social networking. (tags: banner online advertising video widget mashup wsj)

This is just too good. [Via Right-Half Chow] Technorati Tags: george orwell, big brother, camera