In the early nineties, Shep Fairey asked the question “what does it mean when the medium has no message?” He did (and still does) that from the ground-up. Ever heard of Andre the Giant? It appears Nike is running a similar experiment from the top-down. For the past week I’ve been trying to use nikerunning.nike.com.… Read More Broken Brand
Mother Nature has outpaced science once again: the bare human foot is better for running than one cushioned by sneakers. What about those $125 high-tech running shoes with 648 custom combinations? Toss ’em, according to a new study published online January 27 in the journal Nature (Scientific American is part of Nature Publishing Group). via… Read More Observations: Running barefoot is better, researchers find
Looks like a touchscreen tablet running Android. Google netbook specs ‘spotted’ | News | TechRadar UK.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon coming to Los Angeles in 2010 | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times.
I was out running this morning and while waiting for the light to change, I got a chance to take a close look at the new Saw VI movie poster. And then I noticed something funny about one of the “scary tools” they used as a prop in the photo. So, the thing that makes… Read More Saw VI Movie Poster Actually Depicts CAT-5 Network Cable Crimping Tool
… until I discovered it was being presented by Ed Hardy Sport. Whatever that is. I think I wanted to have nothing to do with it.
This is amazing. I always knew that running a spam campaign would be easy – once you got in touch with the “rancher” but I’ve never actually seen an operator run one. The BBC television program Click has done an episode where a reporter shows – once you have everything in place – just how… Read More Reporter runs a spam campaign on air via botnet