" Salon and I have been flooded with hundreds of e-mails from readers in response to yesterday's column, "I helped blow up a Bali nightclub -- by driving my SUV to work every day!" The column called for a citizens' ad campaign aimed at getting people to stop driving gas-guzzling cars and SUVs -- and readers loved the idea.
To make it happen, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) on Tuesday opened a special account for these donations.
... Let's do our best to get these ads on the air."
Gals, this one's for you.
And guys, cover your eyes.
Do not click on the following link if you have a weak constitution or prefer to leave things to the imagination. Oh, and hide the children. Supposedly this is the first big brand advertisement featuring male full frontal nudity.
David LaChappelle's latest video "Dirrty" with Christina Aguilera is a lot dirtier than they initially thought.
Raunchy images of Christina Aguilera dancing isn't the scandal, neither are her exposed buttcheeks or sucking of bottles.. It's the posters in the background added by some set Art Director that doesn't read Thai.
"I had absolutely no knowledge that this poster contained such offensive words, and I sincerely regret the insult." said David LaChappelle.
You've just sat down to dinner when the phone rings.
On the other end a telemarketing person is prepared with a telescript - a guideline for a telephone conversation. Now you too have the consumers telescript and can out-question the telemarketing person until they give up the conversation.
Download and print this PDF and hang it next to the phone.
Microsoft pulled a switch. To be more specific, they posted a cute ad on their sales pages supposedly written by a freelance copywriter who switched after eight years of mac-dom over to XP. It beat the same drum as the apple switch campaign but with a lot less personality. An entire personality it seems.
The slashdot community thought they recognized the woman, and found her to be a Getty images stock photo. Was this a testimonial without a testimonee?