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Let me make a confession. I hate getting cheated. I mean, really, really, really hate getting cheated. I mean veins-pop-out-of-my-forehead, glad-I’m-not-getting-my-blood-pressure-checked-today hate getting cheated. And yet, I feel like I’m getting cheated all the time. I often open the mail with dread. It makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, as if I were some primal creature readying for a fight.  I walk into a cell phone store, check my online statements, or just turn on my television, and I feel like everyone is out to get me.  I suffer from what a therapist might call low-level, background anxiety. I think someone ...
", and many others. The site's random board is by far its most popular and notorious feature. Known as "/b/", there are very minimal rules on posted content. once claimed in jest that "reading /b/ will melt your brain". 1 The site's Anonymous community and culture have often provoked media attention. For planners , this enterprise is "further proof that creativity is everywhere and new media is less accessible" to advertisement agencies . Journalists looked at how an Internet destination was hijacked for a prank, so that images of Rick Astley appeared instead of the page ...
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"The angels have their instruction from east to west, & now a timetable has been set in motion. When The Huge Light is seen, I will act in a way I have not acted before." * . . that we would never be lonely - the Animal Gallery updated 6/26/10 . the Chronicles of Wretched Prodigal updated 6/26/10 . Future Hell: Nuclear Fiction in Pursuit of History by c. T.Doherty/2009 . the Wino's Guide to Shoe Puking & Serious Beer Reviews . Lightning Advertising / recommendations from the Farm . Prayer Warriors / Spiritual Warfare updated 6/26/10 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ market research, surveys and trends
The first Cannes Lion for not advertising at all - alexbogusky's ...
We love awards in advertising and awards motivate agency behavior and recommendations. Perhaps it is time for Cannes to have a new award. An award for the most accurate, careful and ethical use of advertising. Not PSA's, but an award for consumer brands that have decided to take into consideration all the potential effects of their marketing and have built a plan that carefully avoids abusing the power of advertising. This would need to be the pinnacle of achievement. So what is nicer than titanium? Unobtainium? Kryptonite? Crystal? I sort of like that. Crystal clear. No blemishes. And here is what I’d like to see ... market research, surveys and trends


Mona Charen: Obama poll raises concerns - - June 22 ...
Do we care what the world thinks of us? Should we? A new survey of global opinion is getting the usual respectful attention. The Pew Global Attitudes Project surveyed people in 57 countries and found that President Barack Obama’s approval ratings have slipped a bit among Europeans, Latin Americans, and Asians – though he remains quite a bit more popular than George W. Bush was in his final year in office. (Obama is far better liked abroad than he is at home.) Liberals tend to care a great deal about the way America is perceived globally and will doubtless be gratified that their pin-up continues to score well in Brussels ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Poll: Public warming to health reform
The poll taken June 17-22 found that 48 percent of Americans have a favorable opinion of the law while 41 percent expressed an unfavorable view. In May, a similar tracking poll found favorable opinion at 41 percent, unfavorable at 44 percent. The Kaiser findings track closely with a USA Today/Gallup survey taken earlier in the month: 49 percent of those surveyed agreed the health reform plan was a "good thing" while 46 percent said it was a "bad thing." USA Today/Gallup found strong support for health reform among younger voters, with those over 65 disapproving by a two-to-one margin. The Kaiser poll showed ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Radio warrior Amos Brown's style boosts ratings, influence
Amos Brown stood at the back of a crowd at the Central Library listening to Mayor Greg Ballard and leaders for the 2012 Super Bowl host committee unveil community initiatives. Hardly noticed by the masses at this feel-good event last January, Brown took in the details of a plan to make the 2012 game the most environmentally friendly Super Bowl ever, and to involve more than 160 Indiana high school sophomores in championing the cause. When host committee members asked for questions, Brown launched a fastball. Why, he asked, were no ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Line-caught or not?
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Commissioner Sheila F. Anthony Speech - A Big Stick, a Keen Eye ...
The FTC is a very busy place these days, but the Commission's national advertising program is one that is important both to the agency and to me personally. In fact, I'm becoming famous with the staff for my weekend ad monitoring activities. Lee Peeler probably drives in every Monday morning thinking "I wonder what she came up with this weekend." Over the years this meeting has served as a forum to talk about the FTC's ad program, so I really am delighted to have this opportunity to give you my views and where I believe the advertising program is going. Before I continue, I must give the usual disclaimer ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
You knew the moment the FBI labeled Steven Hatfill a "person of interest" in their investigation of last fall's anthrax letters that the 48-year-old bioweapons expert was in real trouble. It made no difference that this "unauthorized" disclosure was followed by the FBI's official disclaimer, dutifully parroted by the media, that Hatfill was not a suspect, much less under arrest. Savvy readers could read between the lines of an all too familiar script: It was only a matter of time. After all, why else would investigators so coyly release his name and why else would the media train their attention on that ...
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How much does advertising influence your purchasing decisions?
I’d like to think that I’m immune to all forms of advertising. Probably a foolish thought on my part. Yet to me, advertising is just trash. It gets in the way on tv, web sites, youtube, radio, fluther, and just fills my mailbox with fire starter. That’s all it is to me. I cannot recall purchasing anything based upon an ad campaign. Well actually, the most impressive ad I’ve ever seen was a note stuck on my door from Tommy wanting to mow my lawn for $20. I might give him my cash. I might not. Does advertising influence me in subtle ways that I’m not aware of? I can’t think of a single ...
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Internal or external clouds, the advent of multi-tennant hosting is a game changer. Peoples roles as IT practitioners will change, and the role of IT itself is evolving in the context of purchasing IT as a Service. I have few thoughts that can be found here but I want to learn more. What "gotchas" have you seen? posted 4 months ago in Corporate Governance | Closed Share This Vice President, Product Management at Awarepoint see all my answers Best Answers in: Information Storage (15), Pricing (4), Information Security (4), Software Development (4), Organizational Development (2), Quality ...