This is understandably a hot topic in Houston. The video above includes a report on the subject by Fox 26 KRIV-Houston. A petition is being pulled together. The only option is the option that keeps Houston citizens safe. I think the commentary is a bit extreme, but feel that he is right.
This an insightful discussion with the 22 year old Co-founder and CEO of Kiip. He discusses how we all experience “moments of achievement” online and all appreciate “serendipitous rewards” and the huge potential those moments provide to advertisers.
Brian Wong was named one of Forbes 30 Under 30. Read more about him here. Brian Wong: 30 Under 30 – Forbes.
Over the years, I’ve considered keeping comedy out of my website header so I would appear more serious. Then a brilliant comedy in advertising video like this one comes along and I can’t believe I even considered it. Comedy in advertising is awesome. Smiling and selling go together like peaches and cream and are a smart solution for marketers in many cases. In our socially connected world where mobile video messages are becoming more and more valuable, comedy advertising videos work because they draw us in and everyone likes a good laugh right? I searched YouTube for a video on the Omnicom/Twitter deal yesterday – but this funny video pulled me in and I ended up checking out the product they asked me to. It’s smart integration.
In the video by Tripp and Tyler on Youtube, they made me laugh and then suggested I check out lifesize.com which provides HD video conferencing solutions and looks like a good product, although I don’t know much about them…yet.
Great comedy with smart integration. Love it.
This is an interesting video from Nathaniel Whittemore at Partnered on the subject of Mobile Advertising. There are so many mobile ad networks and mobile ad formats ahead it’s very daunting and literally hard to believe.
Instant access to consumers while they are using their favorite device, their mobile phone, is becoming more important to marketers everyday.
I like this video from aidenvideo.com. It’s actually a commercial for their services and is very well done I think.
This is hard to watch because the guy from Inidiana comes so close, but just misses the mark. Poor guy – but lucky Texas Aggie!
This is an interesting video about the human brain. While I haven’t verified all of the information, it’s awfully compelling. It’s amazing how we perceive and recall what we sense. Or maybe that’s just my perception?
I can’t wait for the Cat’s vs. Cards game tonight. Long live the NCAA Basketball Tournament and March Madness!
I can’t imagine being in an earthquake. It’s plain to see that it’s terrifying. Prayers to all affected.