Archive for the ‘hot water’ category

Everything To Everyone (Or A Quick Look At The slow-motion trainwreck called Facebook)

April 27, 2006


So Facebook, is expanding into the corporate market.

A few months ago it expanded to high schools.

And a few months from now it will be worthless.

Some people seem to think this expansion is a great idea.

They are wrong.


Inside The Latest Blog Network Implosion (Or Everlasting Importance Of Beyonce)

April 19, 2006


If you hang out in the comment section of this blog then you were one of the first to know about the latest Blog Media news.

It seems that flamethrower David Krug, along with uber-designers Chris Pearson and Ben Bleikamp, have left Blog Media for…free agency?


Can The Blog Herald Be Saved? (Or Advice For People With Amazing Cows)

April 18, 2006


not a true story

So this guy is driving his sports car on an empty road when the car breaks down. As he's looking under the hood a cow moseys over to the car, stares at the engine and then says

The problem is probably with your carburetor.

The guy, of course, is in shock. The cow had spoken to him!He looks around and sees a farmhouse in the distance. He runs to the farmhouse and bangs on the door. when the farmer answers he tells him the story of the talking cow.


Sandi Thom vs. Chuck D. (Or Welcome To The Death Of Hype)

April 10, 2006


Our version of the Sandi Thom story seems to have caught hold with some of the major music sites crediting this site and it's readers to catching on to Sony's marketing tricks.

Major music industry site, The Velvet Rope, had some of the more interesting comments.

I find it insulting that someone would think that they need to concoct such an orchestrated "lie" in order to build a story about an artist. What is worse is that the artist has chosen to go along with it.

I love it that they didn't even think they'd have to back up the numbers with actual data.

If you have any doubts that the consumers are not as smart as the current media heads you should read this thread. A representative of the streaming video company involved posted and quickly saw they was out of their league. The questions raised were too much for them to handle.