The ‘General’ Category

Here’s Joseph Jaffe’s description of ‘The Agency of the Future.” Not much color commentary I need to add, except what my buddy who shared it with me said, “And all the current agencies will just become “productionators.” The Agency of

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I like infographics…We hear a lot about mommy bloggers, but not as much about moms. Some cool stats from Nielsen…I guess they got the data digitally, not from little boxes on TVs.


Bacardi recently hosted events in NY and Vegas where they created experiences based on the online preferences of their fans. All aspects of the events, ‘Like It Live, Like It Together,’  were decided entirely by the brand’s online Facebook following.

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TV Producer Norman Powell is my uncle. He’s about as solid a guy as I’ve ever met; old school Hollywood, 75 years old and in better shape than me or any of my friends. My auntie Ellen and he helped

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I suppose the Titanium Grand Prize at Cannes is a big deal…The video captures the essence of the campaign and the description below fills in the details. Nice inspiration for thinking big. Description: UNIQLO was seeking an innovative way to

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I like when brands poke fun at advertising…there’s honesty in being self-deprecating. Nice work done by the Zambezi guys in LA.


I spent half of the summer of 1978 at Camp Kweebec, in the famous town of Shwenksville, Pennsylvania. In addition to bug juice, songs about underwear and the camp director being struck by lightning, the camp was a typical east

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From ‘Ukraine’s Got Talent,’ an unlikely source of pure inspiration. An unbelievably powerful representation of the tens of millions of Ukrainains who died in WWII.