I came across this the other day on a blog somewhere and thought it was a great example of clever interactive marketing: It seems Charmin has become the “sponsor” of a little site called sitorsquat.com. Essentially, this site (which has existed in some form since ’07) uses Google maps to locate the closest public restroom to an address entered by a user.
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Something amazing happened to me today. I was just contacted by my future self, via Trillian communication. Though this experience has been quite magical, I am immensely disturbed to discover that my sense of humor and memory of great movies will be erased by evildoers. I guess all those political comments I made on Twitter caught up with me.
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 6 months (which may not have been a bad idea for some industries; cut overhead at least) you’ve heard of the new social networking website Twitter. Twitter simply asks the question “what are you doing?” and then chronologically tracks status updates.
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