Archive for 2007

Remarkable Seth Godin lecturing

Published by on december 30, 2007

Don’t play safe. Be remarkable. Sell to consumers how care. Stand out.

Listen to remarkable Seth Godin lecturing, and learn how not to play it safe. Be different and build buzz that rock your brand on the market.

To not be or not to be a position

Published by on december 29, 2007

If the PC industry not should hade have Apple, they should not have the opposite computer to define what they not are. PC amore Apple.

Function and culture with Buff

Published by on december 28, 2007

Here is a functional and culture product that sticks out (on your head). The name of the brand is Buff.

Apple Kills fan site Think Secret

Published by on december 27, 2007

Apple has more fans than some religions, still they don’t believe in their believers. And when the culture inside of Apple starts to become something else than the workers believe in they starts to spread facts to fan sites as Then it al sadly end up as headlines in as “Apple Kills Think Secret: Publisher Nick Ciarelli Talks.” Nick started to blog about his secret stories about Apple when he was only 13 years old.

For a time, Think Secret was one of the most successful of half-a-dozen Apple rumor sites. The site reported a string of high-profile scoops, consistently revealing details of Apple’s product plans all through the mid-2000s. But the site also got many things wrong, and missed several important products.

Did blog about the fact that the problem with having an Apple religion that is changing. And what effect this could have. Is Apple the only religion with a locked church?

A stupid question

Published by on december 26, 2007

If I go out and eat at a restaurant where I pay more for the furnishing than the food. Should I not get to take some furniture home with me then? Its maybe a stupid question but I always have that feeling when going to a fancy restaurant is like going to a furniture shop without getting bad food and services.

Real happy Christmas to you

Published by on december 24, 2007

Green values growth like a forest of consciousness 2006. I wish you a real happy Christmas, not fake but a real tree real out in the nature of happiness.

It is still creasy and fresh

Published by on december 23, 2007

Watch this fun video about office effectiveness. It is not new but will never be old. Terry Tate is the name of the Office Manager and Linebacker. This is by fare an out of the box commercial for Reebok.

Clipcaster.TV a blend of YouTube

Published by on december 22, 2007

A new online Videoke concept (a blend of video and karaoke)! Clipcaster.TV

And to promote it they off course use YouTube, check it out for your going to see more of the YouTube blending.

Google is doing knol of Wikipedia

Published by on december 21, 2007

Wikipedia change the world, know is Google going to change the Wikipedia concept by doing it better. The solution is named “knol.” It seems to be smarter and stronger than Wikipedia. It will give money and credit to the contributors. Wikipedia ask for money, Google don’t need to ask for money.

Earlier this week, we started inviting a selected group of people to try a new, free tool that we are calling “knol”, which stands for a unit of knowledge. Our goal is to encourage people who know a particular subject to write an authoritative article about it. The tool is still in development and this is just the first phase of testing. For now, using it is by invitation only. But we wanted to share with everyone the basic premises and goals behind this project. Udi Manber, VP Engineering

Leonardo DiCaprios geek party don’t rock

Published by on december 20, 2007

Did see Leonardo DiCaprio’s coming movie “The 11th Hour.” I wish I could say it was a good movie but instead is was more of a geek party that doesn’t rock. Even to call it a movie is not right, more an “information movie” for school classes.
There are so many mistakes in the film: 90% of the content is about USA (earth is bigger than that). To much statistics (would work better in a book). No nameplates to a lot of expert (then many don’t trust what they are saying). Leonardo DiCaprio doesn’t feel real if you compare him with Nobel price winner Al Gore.

The name of the movie “The 11th Hour” is really good. Don’t think there has been a time in history when we have sold so many watches as today (an expression of that we feel the “The 11th Hour”?). Why not let one of the biggest watch brands produce a watch with only 11th Hour?

To get school classes to see this movie and then take action, I suggest that companies pay their tickets.

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