Quoted: A Lesson In Brevity

Consider this: The Lord’s Prayer contains 56 words; the Gettysburg Address, 266; the Ten Commandments, 297; the Declaration of Independence, 300; and a recent U.S. government order setting the price of cabbage, 26,911

Positioning: A Battle For Your Mind

Don’t be the cabbage law, keep it brief.

I know I’ve neglected this guy over the summer and since I started at the Brandcenter, but I promise to be back soon. This blog tends to keep me sane, so you can imagine how crazy the last few months have been. I’ll have Brandcenter tidbits and wisdom to share shortly, and be sure to keep an eye out for my thoughts on this year’s Advertising Week in New York!


Happy Friday: a Weekly Series of Time-Killers

In celebration of the end of the workweek, here’s a few links to get you (and me) through the day:

1. ‘The 25 Most Epic Ads Ever (That Aren’t Apple’s 1984)

2. The Spice Girls ARE reuniting at the closing ceremonies!

3. In honor of the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt’s “This is Sportscenter” spot.

4. McKayla is not impressed with Aly Raisman’s coverup.