I had the privilege of representing Carrot Creative at Comic Con 2010 at the launch of Her Universe (you can read more about Her Universe in this previous writeup). This year’s convention was the largest ever. Floor space was at a premium and I had my credentials checked more frequently than at Terminal A in LaGuardia. Several themes were overwhelmed the convention center (much to the chagrin, no doubt, of Comic Con purists): Big Name Studios, Gaming and …
- Walker: Anarchy! Anarchy! Anarchy! Anarchy!
- Texas Ranger: I don't even know what that means, but I love it!
People who feed your dog table scraps after you specifically ask them not to.
Sure, it seems like a good idea at the time. The dog clearly wants a piece of that yummy steak you are eating and it is hard to say no to that cute little face. But, I am pretty sure that these same people are experiencing REM sleep at 4am while you are wide awake cleaning up regurgitated steak and kibble that the puppy deposited right on your down comforter and Pottery Barn duvet.
Literally, a pet peeve.
The City of San Francisco is basically known for 3 things: Full House, Barry Bonds, and Rice-a-Roni dishes. Well, I can now add another thing to that list – thought-provoking conferences on technology, business, and web design.
For those of you who haven’t heard, Voices That Matter was the 4th installment of a 2 day conference held in sunny San Fran featuring some of the most innovative speakers & writers of our industry. Topics ranged from HTML5, CSS3, mobile…