ClickZ has an interesting case study on how Cisco’s sales force is using a template based e-mail system to be able to send e-mails to their clients. I have mixed feelings about this. As a marketer, I’d certainly like to have the ability to track messages/effectiveness as they’re going out through the sales force. I [...]
Monthly Archive for June, 2003
I know the difference between the words “write” and “right” without even needing to think about it or look it up. So, why is it that when typing out an e-mail to a friend of mine today, I typed “right”, when I meant to type “write”? It’s happened before too, and it doesn’t make any [...]
Back in February, I expressed my delight at the thought of the train-wreck that is going to be The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. I’ve been eagerly awaiting this one, because I’m pretty sure that it’s going to blow which will be fabulous. And, even if it’s good, well that will still be fabulous. The way [...]
On a whim this morning, I decided to sign up with Friendster. I saw some people talking about it earlier in the month, and it was mostly in a negative light as I recall. It turned me off to it, but they’ve been kicking up the publicity machine lately, and they managed to convince me [...]
Mix something with the simple joy of the Charlie Brown Cristmas special with break dancing bears and skateboarding turtles, and you might just come up with something great like the Field Guide to Snapping.
Wow – these guys take cube decorations seriously. By the way, if anybody has any wacky cube decorations stories you could hook me up with over the next couple of days, let me know. I’m trying to get a fun newsletter article written, but it’s seriously lacking the “Fun”.
Here’s a nice little Flash Presentation of earth as seen from the perspective of an outsider.
I may need to print out this Self-Referential Aptitude Test. I’m sure it’s solveable, but scrolling up and down is just too much bother. Still, a very interesting concept and logic problem.
don’t mind me … just testing something.
Traffic Jam is a nice little puzzle game.