10 Apr 2005

Kleenex Moist Cloth

Kimberly-Clark: Kimberly-Clark Corporation has announced the North American launch of Kleenex Moist Cloths, the latest innovation from the company’s global Kleenex brand. Kleenex Moist Cloths are thick, soft, disposable hand and face cloths created for use around
8 Apr 2005

Sensitive Vehicles To Help Drivers

we make money not art: Toyota is working with Stanford University and Affective Media for a few years to create a car that can read your feelings. The Pod concept car has headlights that fade from bright
8 Apr 2005

Fake Designer Bags For Real

PSFK: You see some pretty girls pulling their designer-label bags down the plane’s aisle these days and you just assume that they must be a fake. The bags, not the girls. Probably. The world is flooded with
7 Apr 2005

Starburst’s Aggressive Marketing

Clickz: Starburst launched an aggressive U.S.-based mobile marketing promo on Friday as part of a new integrated campaign. Grey Interactive and mobile marketing partner ipsh! are behind the cross-carrier effort, which follows a relaunch of the MasterFoods
7 Apr 2005

Catering to Each Strand

Retail Merchandiser.com: With constant innovation in products, ingredients and formulations, mass market hair care vendors continue to raise the bar, effectively blurring the line between mass and prestige products. These products target an ever-widening range of hairstyle
7 Apr 2005


Trendwatching: Mass advertising is dying. Experienced consumers couldn’t care less about commercials, ads, banners and other fancy wording and imagery that is forced upon them, so let’s move on to more interesting ways of igniting conversations between
5 Apr 2005

Now They’re Cooking

Entrepreneur.com: After Helane Cohen lost her mother in 2000, the time she spent alone helped her identify the two things she loved most: children and cooking. It was then that this tech executive decided to leave behind
5 Apr 2005

A Game Investigating The Rhetoric Of Fear Culture

we make money not art: Blowhard is a game, created by Ryan Schoelerman and Sky Frostenson, in which two players compete by breathing into a CPR mask, where a breath sensor translates cumulative respiration into the player’s

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5 Apr 2005

Free Handphone Charging, Anybody?

Rediff.com: All you need to charge your mobile is — air! Students at the Department of Industrial Design at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi have attached a turbine with a mobile phone that helps charge it even
5 Apr 2005

Tempting Downloads

Wired News: College junior Kyle Taylor is downloading hundreds of songs by No Doubt, Bruce Springsteen and others onto the Compaq laptop in his cramped dormitory room. With a few more clicks of his mouse, Taylor is
3 Apr 2005

Turning Your Wall Into a Work of Art

STLtoday.com: It’s easy enough to hang artwork on your wall, but have you ever considered turning your wall into a work of art? Beyond faux finishes, crown molding, chair rails, wainscoting and baseboards, new decorating techniques and
3 Apr 2005

Kabbalah and Energy Drinks

mcall.com: Combine medieval Jewish mysticism, a fizzy strawberry-flavored drink loaded with vitamins and a splash of holy water and you have the perfect fusion of two of the hottest fads sweeping the country: Kabbalah and energy drinks.