A while back I came up with the idea of trying to set some kind of an economy benchmark in Toyota’s iQ, as part of our work on Toyota’s blog. That’s what I’ll be doing for the next couple of days, then. You can read about it here, see pictures of it here, and watch [...]
Monthly Archive for January, 2009
You were sick, but now you are well again. And there’s work to be done.
First Facebook ad I’ve seen for a reputable company: Then again, I suppose the banks aren’t what they were.
I’m none too convinced by social networking, but I’m a happy advocate of Flickr and Last.FM, both of which are built around something I care about. Even there, though, people are sometimes unfathomable. Take this picture of Toyota’s iQ climbing a wall in Paris. It’s good enough that we used it in a blog post [...]
Linkanalyst sent this particular slice of Onion genius around today: In fact, the Macbook Wheel reminded me of this year’s Royal Institute Christmas Lectures (a fine institution that has been steadily slipping down the channels over the years, and which now resides on Five, alas). The last lecture dealt with the challenge faced by computers [...]