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Logic Can Be Confusing in Advertising
March 26, 2010

Logic Can Be Confusing in Advertising

Our brains really don’t understand math all that well.  And I am not talking about the average person’s ability to …Read the Rest

The Filter of Familiarity in the Quirky Human Brain
March 6, 2010

The Filter of Familiarity in the Quirky Human Brain

Our brain is quirky and certainly not logical.  Despite what we tell ourselves.
Our brain remembers things differently than computers do.  …Read the Rest

What’s With The US Police On TV?
February 22, 2010

What’s With The US Police On TV?

I get very upset at the way police are portrayed on television.  They are shown as bullies, extortionists, blackmailers who …Read the Rest

Country?  What’s a Country?
February 15, 2010

Country? What’s a Country?

As we watch the Vancouver Olympics, we are focused by the media on the standings by country.  To count each …Read the Rest

What Are the Olympics Really Promoting?
February 12, 2010

What Are the Olympics Really Promoting?

As we enter the Vancouver Olympiad, we should stop a minute and ask what it is all about.
The Winter Olympics …Read the Rest

Parables of Gary
January 27, 2010

Parables of Gary

My old friend Gary used to tell little parables in business situations to help resolve situations.  Here are some and …Read the Rest

Origin Myths Set The Trajectory
January 25, 2010

Origin Myths Set The Trajectory

Nearly every civilization has origin myths that explain how they started.  Athens, Sparta and Rome had them and we learned …Read the Rest

Commercials That We Don’t Believe
January 20, 2010

Commercials That We Don’t Believe

Which commercials do you believe?  Too few!
Many commercials are produced these days with little thought of suggesting their message is …Read the Rest

Whatever Happened to the Line Between Commercial and Editorial?
January 14, 2010

Whatever Happened to the Line Between Commercial and Editorial?

The People’s Choice awards was well on its way when they declared a pizza break and a team of well …Read the Rest

The Price of Everything; The Value of Nothing
January 8, 2010

The Price of Everything; The Value of Nothing

How many times have people haggled over the price of something?  It is a regular occurrence.  But few are the …Read the Rest

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