Mad Men Yourself — Season 3’s Attention Getter

There’s something about AMC’s Mad Men series that brings out the creative in force… not that a show about the advertising industry set in 1960s New York wouldn’t. Last year, before the start of the second season, a New York City subway car was taken over and decorated from floor… more »

Bubbly Milk !? Coca-Cola Testing in NYC

It’s been referred to as tasting “like a birthday party for a polar bear.” That could be appropriate considering the Coca-Cola’s history of incorporating polar bears in their advertising. According to two different reports, it looks like Coca-Cola is hoping a new fizzy milk drink could become a hit with… more »

Fun, Food, King: Having it Your Way at

The Wall Street Journal posted a story about Burger King’s redesigned website ( that caught my attention. They took all things Burger King (i.e.well-known but long-gone ads such as “Subservient Chicken,” “Whopper Freakout,” and the “Simpsonize Me” campaign) and put them all in one place. It’s like a homecoming for… more »

Footage of Moon Landing (July 20, 1969) on the Mend

AP science writer, Seth Borenstein wrote a story about how “studio wizards” are in the process of creating a new digitally refurbished version of the original moon landing video using four scrounged copies from 1969.  Apparently, NASA admitted that it must have erased the 45 tapes of the Apollo 11… more »

The Man from Yum & Thoughts on Leadership

Giving recognition is “the best way to build a high-energy, fun culture and reinforce the behaviors that drive results,” said David Novak, the chairman, CEO and president of Yum Brands (think — Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut). In the “Corner Office” piece appearing in The New York Times, Novak offers… more »

Toll House Tales: All Fired Up – 128

The paper from Doogie’s pocket reveals a startling truth… its not the end, but the beginning.

Toll House Tales: All Fired Up – 127

A flashback and a realization…

Toll House Tales: All Fired Up – 126

Fran and Doogie are in pursuit of Julie…