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Going Negative

Bob Schieffer (via his friend Tom Friedman of The New York Times) recently had an interesting commentary on political branding. Seems an advertising man explained to Friedman why major commercial brands don’t eat each other alive by “going negative” on a competitor in […]

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Political Endorsements by Media

Political endorsements by media are a time-honored tradition. A newspaper editorial board, which generally includes the publisher on down to columnists, meets with candidates and grills them on policy issues. The board votes and decides which candidate is worthy of a public endorsement […]

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Naming Kids Facebook

I know the impact of social media can be startling, amusing, powerful and unpredictable. But I never knew it was so beloved that people are actually naming kids Facebook, until I watched a video made by Erik Qualman, author of Socialnomics. Qualman is […]

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Woodchucks and Siri

Siri, the buzzy feature on the iPhone 4S, has been getting a lot of traction on woodchucks. Ask: How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? 42 cords of wood to be exact. Everyone knows that. Seriously, Siri […]

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A Time and Place to Opine

Between Hank Williams Jr. and the Bank of America this week, we’re not sure who made the worst mess – a country singer who compared an American political figure to Hitler or a major institution adding $5 debit fees which prompted a Facebook […]

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