Category Archives: Marketing
Don’t be a victim of misleading arguments. Use this invaluable tool to decipher the garbage we hear every day from Washington D.C., talk show radio and other bastions of manipulative language. From the website yourlogicalfallacyis.com: A logical fallacy is a … Continue reading
I’m in the middle of a self imposed blog break – trying to figure out what it is I want to say. Ladder to the Attic has been a hodgepodge from the beginning and with so many voices broadcasting opinions … Continue reading
This is not a post about the rotting pile of rat carcasses that is political advertising. I’ll let the media pundits, those same people who make wads of cash off the controversies ignited by those ads, criticize them without acknowledging … Continue reading
If you live in the US anywhere outside New York and LA, go to New York or LA! First Paranormal Activity exhorting us to demand the movie for our towns, and now this? Are we going to have to plead … Continue reading
What has haunted American car makers for decades continues in the form of Ford’s latest test drive campaign: the failure to make a compelling case for their cars. The theme “Drive the Ford Difference” is overused and undifferentiated. “Discover the … Continue reading
Found this video through Church of the Customer Blog. Brilliant writing and delivery. Though slightly uncomfortable. The sign of great comedy.
A friend recently told me about a collection of neckties made from the images of various substances – like vitamins and moonrocks – as seen through a microscope. I was intrigued. The ties, he tells me, are not available at … Continue reading