Remember that time you told your friends you were partying in a rooftop pool brimming with bikini'd lasses when, in actuality, you spent the day eating Cheetos and watching Pawn Stars? Well, now you're in luck! READ ON →

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1974: Arthur C. Clarke Predicts the Internet

Clarke’s prediction originally aired on Australian television as part of a science series called Perspective. The interview happened a good 20 years before the internet went mainstream, but Clarke’s vision is pretty much on the money. READ ON →

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The world LOVES ‘The Wikipedias’

Wikipedia has become what the kid's call "a big deal" amidst the Interwebs. So big, in fact, that the mighty Google presents it at as the top result of more queries than any other site. READ ON →

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The Dark Side

Dark Patterns describes the dark side of design and the trickery that goes into upselling on websites. Why do designers turn to the dark side? READ ON →

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I don't think any of the "tongue-in-cheek" logos designed by Viktor Hertz, a designer from Uppsala in Sweden would fit into a brand book, but they are refreshingly honest. READ ON →

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Maybe for $5

I liked Bawitdaba and the Lynard Skynard knock-off song just like everybody else, but who in their right mind is willing to pay $78.95 to see a Kid Rock show? READ ON →

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Iowa Fashion Week

You can bet your biscuits that the Makin' Hey Team will be at this event! We can't wait to see what's new in the Kathy Ireland collection. READ ON →

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Obama says HEY!

What is the best logic to use when sending an email to your subscribers? Keep it simple. Need proof? How about President Obama’s successful re-election campaign last year.


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