Haven’t really looked at this site yet, but the title on their home page certainly speaks to my pain point. So I’m bookmarking Discover Which Marketing Programs Really Work for later consideration.
Monthly Archive for May, 2002
The day is June 3rd, and one mad genius decides he’s going to photographically document every door or drawer that he touches. Surprisingly interesting. I think I need to get myself one of them new-fangled digital cameras – and an imagination. link
Kartoo is an interesting new search engine. The interface elements are built in flash, and it presents results as a highly visual map of interconnections. I don’t really understand all of the elements. It’s an interesting experiment. Some of the connections seem pretty random though.
Excellent suggestions to ensure copy hits the benefits of an offer. This is specifically geared towards a particular e-mail, but the suggestions here can easily be generalized to any copy needs. Email Copy for the Next Economy
BookCrossing is a really neat idea. 1. You read a book. 2. You register the book on the site and record your comments. 3. You lable the book and leave it for somebody else to find. 4. You track the progress of the book as it is passed from person to person. I will have […]
Now this is funny. Go to www.monstor.com.
I don’t know. The suggestions in Direct Response Email 101 seem designed as a step by step checklist to make sure your messages look like Spam. Since the prevailing wisdom is that nobody opens Spam anymore, I’m not sure why you’d what to do that. This is the problem. There are so many “experts” out […]
There’s nothing like geeking it up at the movies on a lazy Saturday afternoon. No, I didn’t see this one. I don’t plan to see that for at least a couple of weeks. I didn’t even see this one since I saw it a few weeks ago. Nope, I saw this quiet little gem. Actually, […]
Boy I tell you. If it’s not one thing it’s another. A few weeks ago the hard drive on my TiBook decided to develop some weird unrecoverable sector problem. So of course I immediately go off to purchase a new drive. On the plus side, I now have 40 beautiful Gigs of storage which means […]
Tim O’Reilly’s keynote from the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference explores how you can see the shape of emerging technologies by watching hackers and other alpha geeks. Of course I like to think of myself as a bleeding edge alpha geek, but compared to the people O’Reilly is talking about, I’m somebody’s grandma. Interesting Read all […]