provocative questions

provocative questions

Chinese Oreos are totally tubular

boingboing.net
When Kraft introduced Oreos to China in 1996, it was only moderately successful. They revisited the cookie with a lot of market research and came up with a bunch of different chapes, fillings, colors and recipes, eventually choosing several, providing that they preserved the "Oreo experience" of twisting the...
Chinese Oreos are totally tubular

Microsoft vets raise cash for productivity startup Tipbit, backed by Ignition and Andreessen Horowitz

www.geekwire.com
A startup by the name of Tipbit — backed by Ignition Partners and Andreessen Horowitz —wants to make you more productivity. The company is currently accepting folks into a beta program in waves, noting in an email to prospective users that the service is designed to make “everyday business tasks...
Microsoft vets raise cash for productivity startup Tipbit, backed by Ignition and Andreessen Horowitz

On Google's Brand

battellemedia.com
Yesterday a reporter from Cnet called and asked me a few provocative questions. He was writing a piece on Google as a marketer, and wanted my point of view. I'm not sure when his piece is coming out (or if my thoughts will be included), but our conversation helped...
On Google's Brand
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