Dominoes Makes Delivery Point without Social Networking…

UPDATED:  These days, it seems like every marketing campaign is heavy on social networking aspect (i.e. Twitter, Facebook tie-ins) since that’s what’s perceived to be “in.” I guess that’s why I found this approach by Domino’s Pizza in the Netherlands especially refreshing. It’s very visual and very much in line… more »

When Smoking & Ads Ruled…

I recently came upon a Packaging Digest story that referenced a Flintstones commercial for Winston cigarettes.  I guess that shouldn’t be too surprising now that we’ve been exposed to AMC’s Mad Men where smoking was pretty much ubiquitous at the offices of Sterling Cooper (circa 1960).  The Flintstones (1960-1966), much… more »

MetsSloppily: Board Game that’s Spot on…

As if being a New York Mets fan this year isn’t sad enough, while perusing the Weekend section of The Wall Street Journal this morning, I almost spewed my coffee when I came upon this: MetsSloppily.

I’m a Mac Continues to Amaze…

Peter Kafka, in his Media Memo post for All Things Digital, had a funny story about the new Apple “I’m a Mac” ad that throws Patrick Warburton, best known as “Puddy” on “Seinfeld” into the mix as the “Top of the line PC.”

Rib Tickler: Stewie & Euro See ‘n Say

Do you remember playing with a See ‘n Say® toy when you were a kid? You know, the one where you pull a string and it plays a selection of sounds. I seem to recall working really hard to try to confuse it so it could say mixed up sentences… more »

Free WiFi or Wifey?

The comic strip, Pearls Before Swine, is something I look forward to reading every day. In fact, that’s why I’ve added a widget that allows you to read it in the Jedemi Presents section of this site. The one that still cracks me up is from June 5, when Pig… more »

LEGOs do Thriller — Jedemi Presents

If you click on Jedemi Presents, you will see a post about Michael Jackson that includes a very creative 13-minute video I discovered of LEGOs doing “Thriller.” Here’s a preview: LEGOs do Thriller — Clip from annie latham on Vimeo.