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We challenge Coca-Cola to truly solve the obesity problem first.

Coca-Cola’s Own Weight Problem Won’t Go Away.

Coca-Cola’s recent ad campaign is trending on Facebook, Twitter and other social media, and it’s no wonder why. The mixing of “It’s the real thing” campaign of the 1970s resonates in their new series of messages, which get intertwined with political messages, written in the tone of “perfect harmony;” but they hit on divisive issues, sparking controversy.  The backlash sure looks pre-meditated. It sure looks like they’re …

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Sir Nicholas Winton

Touching Tribute To a Man Who Saved Everyone In The Audience

A friend of mine turned me on to this incredible clip from 1988, aired by the BBC, telling of the heroics of Sir Nicholas Winton. Winton, shown front-and-center in this video, didn’t realize the people in the audience were all there for him, to say “thank you.”

Thin To Win.

Too Thin To Win: Rachel Fredrickson’s Matthew MacConaughey Moment

Thin To Win.
Did The Biggest Loser Just Jump The Shark When Rachel Fredrickson Stunned the Audience?

The Biggest Loser’s live finale ushered in the show’s first Matthew McConaughey moment last night, as winner Rachel Fredrickson took the prize in front of a stunned audience. Ending up at a svelt 105 pounds, she lost 155 pounds of her former self.

GRAMMYS #FAIL with CBS Satanic performance

Content By Satan: CBS Airs a Real Satanic Ritual During Prime Time

Yes, that really was a Satanic Ritual you may have buzzed past, when you were flipping through the channels, and caught a glimpse of the worst. GRAMMYS. EVER, broadcasted to over 28 million viewers on CBS last night. It can’t get much lower than this. Sorry to see so many artists, demeaned by the Recording Academy’s incredibly poor judgment, to broadcast this very real, and very dangerous …

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30 Years Ago, Steve Jobs First Introduced the World to the New Apple Macintosh. Watch the Unveiling In This Historic Video

In January of 1984, Steve Jobs unveiled the Apple Macintosh publicly for the first time to a packed house at the Boston Computer Society. A little over a year later, Steve Jobs would be booted from the driver’s seat (only to return after an eleven year banishment). Time Magazine got the exclusive to debut this 90-minute video of computer history this week. The whole story is beautifully shared …

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When Academia, Mavericks and Practicality Mix

Cool.

When We’re Marketing Marketing, Something’s Wrong

I’m just old enough to remember when the USA was not only known for, but proud of things we make. As I was shoveling the driveway yesterday in zero-degrees (F), I got to thinking

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