If you’ve been to an ad meeting for a Broadway show recently, then you’ve probably been crowded around a table with the many other members of the team. One meeting I know had to have [...]
. . . at least this once.
See, Trump sued someone last week.
And no, it wasn’t about a birth certificate. And it wasn’t his hair stylist.
It was a cyber squatter.
Mr. Celebrity Apprentice himself sued one J. Taikwok Yung for $400k. Why?
Well, Mr. Yung bought a few domains back in 2007, including [...]
See, back in my day, I used to record the Top 40 off the radio, or “tape” my best friend’s record if [...]
Discounting is not new. Discounting or “couponing” as it is/was more commonly referred to in other industries has been going on for decades. Who hasn’t clipped a coupon out of a Sunday paper or a magazine and brought it into a store to save that additional fifty cents or 10% off?
But more importantly, who [...]
The always Smart ‘N Snarky John Simon wrote a blog a couple of weeks ago airing his disgust about the ubiquitous standing ovation. (If you don’t know JS, the quick intro is that he was quite a respected critic for a whole bunch of publications until he [...]
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