If ever there were an epic social media fail, this is it. First, Abercrombie & Fitch’s CEO states that they don’t make clothes in sizes larger than 10 (for women; apparently men go all the way up to XL) because, well, I’ll let you read it for yourself, if you haven’t already: “In every school [...]
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Three years ago this video by Erik Qualman stunned and surprised many who didn’t yet understand the power and prevalence of social media: Here’s the fourth version, produced a more recently. Not as surprising, but still eye opening.
Who’s your favorite musician or band? Simon and Garfunkel get first place with me, but Billy Joel is definitely a close second. I first saw him in concert in the late 70s, when I was in college. He played at Arkansas State in the basketball gym. I’d never heard of him, but a couple of [...]
I’m so disappointed that What Not to Wear is coming to an end. I’ve been hooked on this show since it started — for the fashion, of course, but mostly for the amazing transformation process. Hosts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly mince no words when it comes to unfortunate clothing. As ruthless as their criticism can be about a [...]
I’m fed up. It’s fingernails-on-the-chalkboard irritating. I’ve discussed this issue adnosium.* I can hardly bare* it. This just doesn’t peak* my interest at all. These are all errors I’ve seen on blogs whose writers should know better. They aren’t junior high school kids blogging about preteen angst, they are smart professionals who either type too [...]
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