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Independent marketing firm Jacobson Rost is expanding its digital capabilities with the appointment of Nor Sanavongsay as director of creative technology. Sanavongsay will report to J/R Chief Creative Officer Steve Simoncic in the agency's Chicago office. "Nor will be a critical player to helping our clients drive their digital efforts forward," said Jerry Flemma, president and chief operating officer for Jacobson Rost. Previously, Sanavongsay was a senior front-end engineer with Peak6 Investments, where he was responsible for Web development and user interface of the company's retail sites. He previously ...
The company continued to have success through the second half of the 1980s, only to see it dissipate in the 1990s as the personal computer market shifted towards IBM PC compatible machines running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows . 1 Apple consolidated its multiple consumer-level desktop models years later into the 1998 iMac all-in-one. This proved to be a sales success and saw the Macintosh brand revitalized, albeit not to the market share level it once had. Current Mac systems are mainly targeted at the home, education, and creative professional markets. They are: the aforementioned (though upgraded and modified in various ways) iMac
Infant formula
Throughout history, mothers who could not (or chose not to) breastfeed their babies either employed the use of a wet nurse or, less frequently, prepared food for their babies, a process known as “dry nursing.” Baby food composition varied according to region and economic status. In Europe and America during the early 19th century, the prevalence of wet nursing began to decrease, while the practice of feeding babies mixtures based on animal milk rose in popularity. Poster advertisement for Nestle’s Milk by Thophile Alexandre Steinlen, 1895 This trend was driven by cultural changes as well as increased sanitation ... market research, surveys and trends
The Origins of My Blogging: A Historical Review
On Friday January 15, 2010 two officers from the U.S. Department of Justice interviewed me at my residence about a law enforcement matter.  One of the officers asked me what it was that motivated me to write my blog, My Daily Struggles. I find that to be an interesting question that merits a historical examination.  I started My Daily Struggles in the late summer of 2005.  But actually there were precursor activities that foreshadowed the writing of my blog. In fact, I have been writing almost daily about my activities since June 2001.  In June 2001 I formed the opinion that the resident manager of my ... market research, surveys and trends


April 2005 Archives - Advertising and Marketing Blog - AdPulp
The Department of Buildings issued nine violations for the illegal advertising banner recently placed on the apex of the historic Flatiron Building at Madison Square today. The violations were: 1. Failure to comply with filed plans. Plans called for a 4-foot high shed and they built it to 8 feet in order to accommodate the Citigroup ad. 2. Sign on surface area is too large. 3. Prohibited advertising sign. 4. Installing advertising sign without a permit. For the immense sign on the scaffolding: 5. Sign creates hazardous wind load. 6. Prohibited advertising sign on scaffold. 7. Sign exceeds the 40-foot height limit. 8. Surface ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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reports that luxury goods brand, Chanel No. 5, is launching a short "film" that will then be edited down to 60-second and 30-second spots. The short is a quick-cut version of a love story that tells a tale of the most famous woman in the world (Nicole Kidman), who flees a horde of paparazzi and jumps into a taxi where she meets a young writer (Brazilian star Rodrigo Santoro) so immersed in his own world that he does not know who she is. They share a lost weekend in his garret before she acknowledges her responsibilities and returns to the outside world. Marianne Etchebarne, international marketing director of Chanel ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


The author of an ARCHIVES article described a situ- Dr George ...
Mr Hoffman's policy, that advertising revenue has no bearing on whether he publishes an article, is the same as that of the ARCHIVES and is one I hope most ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Marie E. Hoffman. Susan Hoffman. Dorothy J. Hogan. David Holden. Elizabeth M. Hood ..... advertising in support of New York. Archives magazine. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Magazine course goes back to press
ing through archives and building relationships with sources, including. Harlow's eldest son. ..... joined Hoffman York as an advertising account executive. ...
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i find gibson's comments on culture and technology more perceptive, and his writing rather less clunky. but i'd like to go further still. gibson finds it necessary to explain "steganography" (stephenson felt the same about "256" - in snow crash, iirc - so again gibson is at least an improvement), which bugs me. he also seems to be heading towards a thriller/action plot line - i'm more interested in how people live in the modern world, not how they beat the bad guys. so i'm looking for something that's well written (good characters, a properly planned plot - no indestructible superhero central ...
How can my bank get National Collector's Mint to refund my money ...
New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer has gotten a court order to shutdown the National Collectors Mint web site temporarily. An article in USA Today has more details. Three cheers for Eliot Sptizer! Update: I was recently contacted by Judy Hoffman, affiliated with the National Collector's Mint, to request that I correct the information posted above because it was not entirely accurate. The web site was taken down for a period of time, but it was not due to the court ruling. It was done voluntarily by the National Collectors Mint so they could review their advertising for the commemorative coin. The court ruling ...