When Black Friday rolls around, the same thought always crosses my mind: do we really hate our families this much? On the day after Thanksgiving we could be sitting in our pajamas, having a wholesome breakfast of leftover pumpkin pie and lukewarm mini-quiches. But no. Millions of Americans will brave parking lot traffic jams and stand in long lines with turkied-up grumpies, ready to elbow anyone who stands in the way of their deeply discounted, 60-inch flat screen.
Lots of people love Black Friday, but surely, there’s got to be a better way to stock up for the holidays. Maybe I just don’t love America enough, but nothing about this spectacle appeals to me. For starters, I hate mornings and I love pajamas. And I have no interest in being tased by a security guard or receiving a shiner from the overzealous shopper coming up fast on my left flank.
The PR industry is in a state of crisis. Most in the industry don’t realize it yet, but they feel it – at least subconsciously.
Time and attention are harder to earn than ever. The average client PR engagement ends far more quickly than it did even five years ago. Journalists don’t need to rely on PR professionals for access or information in the same manner as they did in the past.
Think you know what “android” means? Think again.
Today’s technology is progressing faster than ever, and with each new innovation comes a new set of words to describe how they’re changing our world. But tech terms are tricky. They change faster than you can say “autonomous vehicles.” And since many technology terms have become mainstream (and in some cases, overused), marketers may believe they know the meaning when, in fact, they’re sorely mistaken.
To help clear things up, we’ve compiled an encyclopedia of the tech buzzwords of today. We suggest you read it now, because who knows what innovations will come tomorrow.
If you’ve ever walked into a conference room to find yourself surrounded by inflatable dinosaurs…
If you’ve ever opened the kitchen fridge and found a Zombie Baby staring back at you…
If you’ve ever watched a banana catch a ride from Evil Knievel…
You must be an employee at Nebo.
Halloween is a holiday that we take seriously around the office. It’s our unholy Christmahanukwanzaakah, and we look forward to it all year round. We host a pumpkin carving contest, a bake-off and, of course, go all-out on getting dressed up (and judging the few people who don’t).
It’s November 6th, 1983, in Hawkins, Indiana.
Some lab dude is getting inexplicably eaten by a faceless monster. Lights are blinking. Sounds are happening. Aaaaaaand...cue the intro music and floaty red letters.
Welcome to arguably the best 80s show made post Y2K.
Perhaps you’re like me, and have watched it too many times. Or perhaps you’re crazy and have never seen it. Or heard of Netflix.
If you’re the latter, consider this a PSA.
If you ever daydreamed of being a Goonie and playing piano bones to open mysterious passages, “Stranger Things” is for you.
If you ever watched Poltergeist and wondered what happened to Carol Anne after she got sucked in the closet, “Stranger Things” is for you.
And if you ever wagged your finger at “youngsters” preaching about the good old days of bicycles and walkie-talkies, then “Stranger Things” is most definitely for you, my friend.