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I am ranting mainly about ehealth, scholarly publishing, Science 2.0 / Medicine 2.0, and open access issues in the age of the Internet and Web 2.0. Please also check out my editorials at the Journal of Medical Internet Research (, which are usually more thought through! Please cite as: Eysenbach, Gunther. Black sheep among Open Access Journals and Publishers. Gunther Eysenbach Random Research Rants Blog. Originally posted 2008-03-08, updated (postscript added) 2008-04-21, 2008-04-23, 2008-06-03. URL: Accessed: 2008-06-03. (Archived by WebCite® at ...
Intervention can also refer to art which enters a situation outside the art world in an attempt to change the existing conditions there. For example, intervention art may attempt to change economic or political situations, or may attempt to make people aware of a condition that they previously had no knowledge of. Since these goals mean that intervention art necessarily addresses and engages with the public, some artists call their work "public interventions". Although intervention by its very nature carries an implication of subversion, it is now accepted as a legitimate form of art and is often carried out with the ...
iron sheep
BBH Shanghaiers are fantastic cooks so I started an Iron Sheep competition . It’s a parody to the tv show, Iron Chef; the sheep is a pun because BBH are called the black sheep of advertising. We are so multi-racial in the office we can give UN a run for its money. So Iron Sheep is celebrated every National Day of someone in the office. The first one was Iron Sheep Philippines on our Independence Day last June 12, 2007. People must prepare Filipino food even if they have no idea what it looks or taste like. (The wonders of the net.) Then the person from that country, aka yours truly, will judge who made the best Filipino food. market research, surveys and trends
Rap Radar :: Black Sheep Unaware Of Kia Commercial
Apparently, Dres of Black Sheep wasn’t privy to the rapping hamsters in Kia’s latest ad campaign. D-R-E-S shares his thoughts with  VIBE on the group’s song being used and how he’s expecting some royalties to come along with it. “The Choice is Yours” is in a new Kia commercial and some other classic hip-hop songs have been getting commercial revivals too. What’s up with the resurgence of golden era hip-hop in advertising? I think it’s reflective of a time period of a certain level where it was good feelings. Certain songs just represent a good feeling and I think “The Choice is Yours” is one of those that ... market research, surveys and trends


THE MEDIA BUSINESS - Advertising - Slow Times For Trade ...
THE magazine industry certainly has its problems. The plunge in advertising pages for consumer magazines has been closely watched: Ad pages fell 6.5 percent in May, after a 3.5 percent drop for the first quarter of this year, according to the Publishers Information Bureau. But that is only half the story. A less glamorous sector of the industry is also suffering. Advertising at trade publications, of which there are about 4,000 reporting on specific industries, has been virtually flat during the last several years. Although the numbers for total advertising pages for the first quarter are not yet available, a spokeswoman for ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Fallon Planning: 02/01/2007 - 03/01/2007
Share ideas that inspire. FALLON PLANNERS (and co-conspirators) are freely invited to post trends, commentary, obscure ephemera and insightful rants regarding the experience of branding. Showing newest 23 of 40 posts from 02/01/2007 - 03/01/2007. Show older posts Showing newest 23 of 40 posts from 02/01/2007 - 03/01/2007. Show older posts Boing Boing and The Disney Blog reports: Disney is launching a line of $1,100 - $2,900 "Princess" wedding dresses. Talk about life-cycle marketing -- from tiny costume dresses for the toddler, all the way up to the wedding gown. I smell money. *But waitaminnit, what about the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Christian America destroyed from the inside out by Hollywood and media secularism
"One has to wonder why the Old Testament and the New are bound in the same volume. The depiction of God could not be any different." -Professor Tungate, Loyola University 1974, " Process and Effects of Mass Communications." For the last sixty or so years, coinciding with the invention of Television, the maturity of Hollywood, and the mass media, the ideologies and values of Christians have been subverted, marginalized, and perverted. In the 1950's the new medium of television had kids glued to the box on Saturday morning, and one would spend the last quarter of their allowance for a ticket to a Saturday afternoon ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Boehner: Obama 'whining,' 'childish'
is set to hit back today, saying that the president is "whining" and "making excuses" for the nation's economic woes. According to prepared remarks to be delivered later this morning, Boehner is to say, in part: "For someone who asked to be held to the highest standard, President Obama spends an awful lot of time making excuses and whining about others. The American people want leadership from the White House, not childish partisanship." Boehner will also criticize what he calls the president's lack of leadership on economic policies, focusing on persistently high levels of unemployment -- ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Black Sheep Handspinners Guild Newsletter
Nov 18, 2009 ... The Black Sheep meet from 11am‐3pm on the second Saturday of the month, .... We also spoke about a bit of paid print advertising locally. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Hydromnetra---Report of a Case - "Hydromnetra---Report of a Case"
to see Mr. Deland's attitude toward the black sheep of the advertising world: " The patent-medicine maAi doesn't merely sell medi- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Chris Farley's antics essential to comedy in Black Sheep - The Tech
is great. Chris Farley and David Spade again play (surprise!) a big fat spaz and a wimpy sarcastic guy, respectively, the same roles they almost invariably played on SNL . The paring works extremely well, far surpassing their first attempt at the big screen, Tommy Boy . The humor, of course, is on the level of Dumb and Dumber , with more emphasis on the slapstick rather than the disgusting. Simply the inclusion of Chris Farley allows so many opportunities for Three Stooges-like comedy. When viewed in that genre, it is a great film, arousing many good, strong laughs and head shakes. It doesn't make you laugh so hard ...
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The amount of letter-spacing can affect how text is perceived. Tight default letter-spacing, or minus letter-spacing, in text not only can reduce the legibility and readability of text, it can trigger a cultural association that tight letter-spacing is associated with advertising and therefore more subjective – the equivalent of a fast-talking car salesman. Conversely, the increase of letter-spacing in text (to an extent) increases legibility, and the cultural association is of a more objective typographic voice. "Wide tracking" of text, beyond relaxed book composition, can look affected and earned the opprobrium of Frederic Goudy: