Zach Wahls Video

So this video is circulating the internet for about the third time.  And rightfully so. I’m not going to try comment on the video because I know it won’t be nearly as eloquently put as Zach’s speech.  Great poise and interesting points made by such a young guy. Keep this in mind when voting on … Continue reading

UNC. On a boat.

Yes, this is old news by now.  Stay with me.  Here are my thoughts on the Carrier Classic. Whoever thought of this should be given an award of some sort.  This is the greatest public relations/marketing event I have ever seen. Quicken Loans really out did themselves  this time. The stars really aligned for this … Continue reading


My birthday was yesterday.  The big 2-1 as they say. I spent it with my family.  I don’t regret it.  Without them I would not have made it these 21 years. Twenty-one seems old to me.  No more milestone years for the better part of a decade. The last two weeks have been busy to … Continue reading

The World Loses Innovation

Steve Jobs died yesterday.  Perhaps the biggest part of his legacy is that the technology mogul showed the world what it was like to be creative.  From his first apple computer to his famous iPod ads and iPad creation, Jobs was every bit of an innovator. He was not only a creator and innovator, he was a … Continue reading

Sony’s “Michael” PS3 Ad

I don’t always play video games.  But when I do, I use an XBox 360.  However, Sony really hit a soft spot with their target audience with this ad.  They use recognizable characters as well as characters that players may have some attachment to in order to sell their product – not to mention they … Continue reading

What the #$%@?! Week of 9/26/11

It’s been a pretty busy week for me so I wasn’t able to keep a close watch on stupid news this week, but I think I have something. 9/28/11 – Baltimore, MD and Atlanta, GA The Atlanta Braves hosted the Phillies and the Red Sox played the O’s for the final spot in both the AL … Continue reading

First Amendment Day

Yesterday was First Amendment Day at UNC.  I probably would not have known that it was yesterday if I wasn’t in the J-School – which is sad, really.  The First Amendment is the most important part of the Bill of Rights.  It guarantees all of the freedoms in which the country was founded on: freedom of … Continue reading