Seasnax are the new Pirate's Booty. They're everywhere!
I recently discovered their Sea Mama product that has the friendliest packaging I've ever seen; they're clearly marketing directly to me. Pirate's Booty, whose tagline, "Get hooked" nails it, seems to market exclusively to four year-olds who cruise in luxury sedans with their mama. Arrrgh! Salty, "conscious" products with a niche.
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
I've always found the Tour de France's yellow jersey ladies and their lions amusing. And I love it when people see things differently. This photo is a clever combination of the ladies I love and a unique perspective on a known thing.
From The Atlantic.
From The Atlantic.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Monday, July 18, 2011
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Friday, July 15, 2011
I initially scoffed at Google+ Hangouts. What exactly is new about this? But thinking about how businesses could use them is really interesting. Every Tuesday @10am Timbuk2 could hang out with nine lucky fans. Week one may feature our Designer Bopanna, week two our CEO Greg. Hangouts might actually be productive. They're certainly surprising folks. Check out my friend Andrew's grandma learning how to hangout. Inspiring set of old folks. R-e-s-p-e-c-t.
I guest blogged for MyChef yesterday about how growing and cooking my own food has changed the way I eat. But what I didn't realize is that writing about cooking and eating makes you think differently about food too. Knowing I was going to blog my dinner made me focus on color, timing and presentation. I thought I cared about those things already but apparently I haven't been paying attention. I don't intend to blog everything I eat - lucky you! - but I love how pushing words into Internet oblivion can lead to a subtle reevaluation of things you thought were fixed.