Brainstorm with the Campfire Paper Table
A great work surface that allows you to sketch your ideas right on the table.
[Turnstone Campfire Paper Table]
Internet Retailer Introduces ‘Explorer Tax’
Internet retailer Kogan institutes an ‘Explorer tax’ for customers trying to use the outdated Explorer 7 browser. They reason that the time and costs to involved to keep the site looking good in IE7 are taking away from time better spent on other site improvements.
A great marketing strategy (and an excellent way to get customers to upgrade their browsers).
Clark & Kent: The ad agency with headquarters in a phone booth in New York
Lead Breakfast: The Ultimate ‘Pulp Fiction’ Remix
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