It took 38 years for Starbucks to unleash their full-bodied, flavorful instant coffee known as “Via.” It took only one well-documented loss in OscarFest 2003 to steal my likeness for their VIA marketing bulletin.
I had the opportunity to help spread the word by contributing to The Sara Bellum Blog, part of a larger effort by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to provide information to teenagers on the science of addiction.
Last week, David Meerman Scott, marketing guru and author of “The New Rules of Marketing and PR,” visited the Pentagon to discuss the importance of social media in the Defense Department’s communications arsenal.
For some reason, Google Alerts just now picked up the 2005 Arizona Republic article that featured Pejman as an “obsessed” Cardinals fan and me as perhaps the most incoherent person in the history of the world.
The Washington DC Metro authority has announced an upgrade program to improve cell phone reception in 20 of the busiest metro stations. Under this program, AT&T customers such as myself will finally be able to make calls, send text messages or surf the Web. Pretty cool.
In “Blend It” series of videos, the company’s CEO, Tom Dickson, dons a white labcoat and puts his standard blender to the test with a variety of random objects, including an iPhone.
“Nearly four feet tall” — the boy or his stream of urine?
This summer, I attended a series of Congressional briefings, “The Road to the New Energy Economy”, which brought together scientists and policymakers to discuss the various energy challenges facing our nation. One of these briefings focused on emerging biofuel technology, and I managed to score some behind-the-scenes interviews with the events’ sponsors and speakers. The […]
Mitochondria are “the powerhouse of the cell.” But, you already knew that. Everybody does.
You may not know it, but you have a celebrity double. Everyone does.