Gawker decided to troll the Internet with a story bashing guys who maintain short facial hair (aka stubble). The diatribe is a 100% subjective, if not impassioned plea for men everywhere to not maintain stubble.
Although this isn’t a health blog, I like to cover all types of future trends and make predictions on them. One such trend I’ve written up repeatedly is the harmfulness of sugar, and how an excessive amount of refined sugar (like in a soda) is killing you.
I’ve written up brilliant strategic plays by McDonald’s in the past. But I’ve also shared that they’re completely and totally misguided in their recent tactic of showing “how the sausage is made” and how their “food” is essentially created in a laboratory / factory.
Smaller cable providers are waking up to the fact that cable TV itself is irrelevant while focusing on the actually relevant and desired broadband Internet. This is the smart way forward and plays to the reality of our world instead of clinging to the past.
One of the difficulties of managing a brand’s content (and overall) strategy is making sure that, despite the various messages and methods used, all efforts consistently reflect well on the brand — providing an opportunity to create coherence and meaning in a distinctive way.