I've got some advice for baby boomer marketers. While we use your products, we aren't thrilled that we have to use them. Marketers need to understand the difference between marketing to a generation and marketing products by using a generational spokesmodel.
Now that 2012 is over, it's always interesting to look back and see what our favorite Hollywood couples have been doing in the romance department and make some predictions of what will happen in the year to come.
At AOL, our first value as a company is "We're in the business of helping people -- period." To date, we have shipped over 5,000 boxes of supplies to affected communities throughout New Jersey and Long Island. There is still a lot of rebuilding to be done. And we're going to keep helping!
I have a friend who swears by the practice of mindful meditation. I decided to give it a try. After three breaths, I was lightheaded and nauseous. My mind raced, my thoughts jumbled. I heard a million tiny cymbals clashing together. I was out of control! I snapped out of it, resigned that mindfulness was simply out of my reach.
Here is a set of search stats, gleaned from Google's keyword tool -- the most popular eyes in modeling. The top five yields some interesting stats:
Roseanne Colletti is joined by Noah Levy, Senior Entertainment Editor for In Touch Magazine, to chat about the latest celebrity comings and goings. W...
We don't really know what happened in Heidi and Seal's marriage, and they deserve their privacy as they work through their separation. But we can surmise that one of two things happened: Their relationship fell apart because of trauma or neglect.
After almost seven years of marriage, Heidi Klum and Seal have decided to part. Many people were surprised by their announcement since they made such a point of telling the public how truly happy they were.
Kara doesn't feel like her design is going "off the cojones." I'm pretty sure she has no idea what she's saying, but I'm sort of enjoying her invented expressions and mixed metaphors ... especially about male anatomy.
Well if you don't know by now who won Project Runway, you've clearly been under some motherfreakin' rock, so let's just get this out of the way right now and move on to snarkily discuss some of the best moments of (at last) the Finale Finale.
The episode where Tim visits the finalists at home is always one of my very favorites. I love seeing Tim traipsing around the Midwest or some other area where he looks completely out of place. I love it when he does things we never see him do ordinarily.
Josh is still burned about losing last week since he's the only one on the show or Manhattan or the planet for that matter who needs or deserves an extra $20K (didn't you get the memo?).
Heidi tells them for this week's challenge "we really want you to spread your wings." They march off to the workroom where they are greeted by Uncle Tim and Collier Strong and an assortment of exotic birds making bird noises on their perches.
Day 2. Tim comes in to spring a surprise on them; they will be required to create a second Seventies-inspired look with a budget of $50. "I guess it's not so little," says Anya, who created her first look with a budget of $11.50.
Tim tells them fashion and music are inextricably linked -- "Think about the Beatles! Or Lady Gaga!" -- and their friends at Garnier have partnered with Rolling Stone "to make rock and roll history" by presenting an unsigned band on the cover of the magazine.