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Building a successful website from crust to cheese!
For as long as we can all remember, there has been a spirited debate: New York-style thin crust vs. Chicago-style deep dish. Sure, we know the differences between the two…
Thin and crisp vs. thick and buttery
A thin, smooth layer right on the crust vs. an uncooked, [...]
Close your eyes. Picture yourself on your dream date. Who is sitting across from you? Where are you? What are you wearing? What do you have planned for later? Now open your eyes.
Close them again. Picture the last date you went on that ended up being a disaster. Who were you with? Where were you? [...]
One of the biggest conversation pieces surrounding this year’s Super Bowl—aside from the Ravens taking the championship title, of course—was the blackout. As I watched the whole ordeal unfold, I couldn’t help but wonder how it affected the companies who were spending millions of dollars on Super Bowl ad time. During the blackout, CBS cut [...]
This weekend advertising will take viewers to outer space—literally.
It’s no secret that the commercials have become almost as important as the actual football game in Super Bowl broadcasts, but this weekend’s big game will feature a giant leap for advertising kind. Axe, maker of “Apollo” body spray, will make its Super Bowl advertising debut by [...]
CSS, specifically CSS3, has made incredible strides in allowing nearly any graphical effect to be rendered by a browser. As a front-end developer, these features allow me to generate highly detailed elements without a single image needing to be loaded, meaning faster websites and a better experience.
Furthermore, with CSS transitions and animations, I can apply [...]
With Baltimore’s recent (heart-pounding) win over Denver, it seems as though the whole town has been painted purple. Everywhere you look Baltimoreans are donning every article of purple clothing they have and are mentioning Ray Lewis in most of their daily conversations. One important thing I’ve learned in my ever-evolving PR career is that timeliness [...]
Ideas. They’re everywhere. They’re swimming around, hiding under the sofa, and it feels like everyone has them except you. Here are some suggestions to keep the creative juices juicy so the next time your boss wants you to go to The Tree of Big Ideas, you’ll be able to pick something ripe.
Exercise your creative muscles.
Recently one of New York’s staple delicatessens closed its doors after 75 years. The Stage Deli began serving its monstrous deli sandwiches in 1937 and grew to become one of the many stops for tourists in The Big Apple. With the closing, many say it’s the end of an era for the Jewish deli of [...]