Seriously? It seems that after several days of mounting public pressure, Rush Limbaugh has finally cracked. How else could you explain his attempt to move beyond this whole “hating on young women” […]
I don’t know when the very first boycott of a product or company happened, but I suspect the tactic has been around in some form or another for a long time. I […]
Expletive Deleted Or, Allegations of America’s dirty little backwoods secret and Google won’t let their ads be placed on the newsfic coverage… Since I’ve only got a few articles under my belt thus […]
“There ought to be limits to freedom.” Who said it?
This one is actually fun. And pretty damned cynical about the world of business and advertising, to boot.
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A Gallup poll released in August indicated that the advertising and PR industries aren’t viewed very favorably by the American public. One-third of respondents voiced a positive view of the advertising/pr industry […]
There are a number of problems with science journalism today, and they tend to feed on each other. Decades ago, when the newspaper industry had advertising-driven profit margins in the 10-25% range, […]
by John Cavanaugh What a gorgeous bit of nostalgia from Chevrolet! Or whatever this is trying to be. Especially in tough economic times like these, I like to think about the possible […]