17 Jun 2005

Get Your Adpack!

gizmag: Perth-based advertising agency Breakthrough has released an original and innovative ideas generation tool specifically focussed on advertising. The card-based system is designed to assist in concept generation and media selection and is one of the cleverest
17 Jun 2005

Anti-Wrinkle Cream for Over 60s

Cosmetics design.com: With increasing market research indicating that there is untapped potential in the silver-haired generation, Lancome is hoping to tap into this growing niche with the launch this fall of Platineum, a new anti-aging moisturizer targeting
17 Jun 2005

Stink No More

DailyCandy: Do you smell something? It was there when you got up this morning. There was still a hint of it on your route to work. And even now it lingers. But you can’t quite put your
16 Jun 2005

Weather Targeting

Revolution Magazine: Yell.com is launching a suite of seasonal interactive ad campaigns, which target creative to regional weather conditions. The first wave of creative, running until July, aims to promote Yell.com’s range of services and is based
16 Jun 2005

Breathing Shoes

The Australian: Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie wears them; so do Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, King Juan Carlos of Spain and Prince Albert of Monaco. They’re Italy’s all-the-rage Geox shoes, pioneered by Italian entrepreneur Mario Polegato. They’re
12 Jun 2005

Tech Fashion

We Make Money Not Art: Digital Wardrobe, by Chantal Mora, tries to demonstrate how users might regain control of imposed technology systems (namely RFID) by harnessing it as a tool to track the transitory narratives in our
11 Jun 2005

Adsense Middlemen

The New York Times: Consider this somewhat strange development: search engines like Google and Yahoo have become so proficient at attracting advertising that even competitors, like newspapers and yellow pages publishers, are now selling ads on their
11 Jun 2005

Selling Houses

NetImperative: Tesco has announced it plans to sell houses over the Internet, claiming it will charge customers as little as £50 to sell their house online. The supermarket giant is targeting home sellers who do not wish

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10 Jun 2005

Everything DIY

DailyCandy: Some would find your attitude negative. But you take comfort in accepting that there are some things you won’t do in this lifetime. Piloting a space shuttle, passing the bar, and swimming the English Channel are
8 Jun 2005

Retro TVs, Once More

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: It’s back to the days of Sputnik and the Jetsons for a small company that makes retro televisions for people who could afford the latest in plasma-screen technology. With their funky shapes and stained-wood
8 Jun 2005

Business Continuity Challenges in the IT Field

Continuity Central: A Gartner report has highlighted five issues which are leading a paradigm shift in the way that organisations use and manage IT. Gartner believes that voice/data convergence; service-oriented architecture; IT utility; global sourcing; and the
8 Jun 2005

Natural Foods

PorkMag.com: Coleman Natural Foods, the largest natural meat company in the United States, is offering a new line of all natural beef, poultry, lamb, pork and sausage products to the conventional grocery stores. The new “Coleman Purely