• Coke’s Sublime Marketing Campaign

    Coke’s Sublime Marketing Campaign

    With Coca-Cola’s newest advertising campaign, Share a Coke, the company quickly realized it could effectively kill two birds with one stone. By personalizing labels with common names, the company fabricated a personal connection with its client. By throwing the #ShareaCoke hashtag on the campaign, it prompted its consumers to do the legwork for them. A quick search around Instagram, Facebook and Twitter will

  • Garfunkel and Oates, Featuring Weird Al

    Garfunkel and Oates, Featuring Weird Al

    Weird Al Yankovic is making quite the strong showing this week, releasing a new parody video every day. He started off with “Tacky,” a parody of Pharrell’s “Happy” and kept going strong from there. In 2011, he appeared on The Super Serious Show alongside Garfunkel and Oates to play their song, “Save the Rich.” This is a perfect segue between

  • Drunk History Continues to Intoxicate

    Drunk History Continues to Intoxicate

    Golf clap for Derek Waters. The comedian somehow managed to take one of grade school’s dullest subjects, history, and turn it into an addictive, laugh-out-loud learning experience. Waters created Drunk History with Jeremy Konner back in 2007 as a web series on Funny or Die. It is currently in its second season on Comedy Central. Each episode consists of a couple of

  • Tesla to Release a Car That People Can Afford

    Tesla to Release a Car That People Can Afford

    Elon Musk, purveyor of awesomeness and runner of Tesla Motors, continues to kick ass. The technology pioneer and early adopter recently began raising $1.6 billion to fund the Gigafactory. Then he released Tesla’s patents to encourage innovation. Next up, he donated $1 million to Matthew Inman‘s Tesla Museum. He may be dealing with the setback of douchebag politicians and lobbyists banning

  • Making Meals Easy

    Making Meals Easy

    In many ways, my family is the average American family. We’ve got a couple of kids, a dog, a house in the ‘burbs, two cars, and two incomes. You know the drill. My wife is a nurse and works from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. That means that she leaves the house around 6 a.m.