For our weekly “In It for the Money” feature, we’ll be introducing you to the kick-ass Knock Knockers who make everything go, from creative to sales to logistics to . . . everything! Note—everybody answers the first five questions. After that, they have about fifteen wild-card questions from which to choose. 1. Name and title? Shane, Production Manager. 2. Originally from? . . .
A great read on how Jennifer Aniston (yes, Jennifer Aniston!) uses our WTF Stamp.
Michal Broomfield (beautifully pronounced “mcHAIL”) is one of our customer service specialists. In fact, you just might be lucky enough to talk to her if you have questions about your order! She’d like to show-and-tell about her recent trip to NYC. Go Michal! I just returned from my trip to the New York International Gift Fair, which was filled with . . .
Without chance, the world would just be boring. And without Google Roulette Mondays, in which we put a chosen word into Google Images to see what comes up first, frivolity would have no meaning. Over the past nine years, we’ve become brainstormers extraordinaires. On any given day, we sit our bums down, throw back a margarita (or two . . . . .
On the web, everyone’s a curator. How much fun are collections like this and this? Or in the editorial realm, compendia such as this? How did we collect things before the internet? Or, more importantly, whom did we show them to, and how? Tumblr and Pinterest seem to be leading the charge in the visual curation genre, along with all . . .