Contributed by Eric Frenchman

  • Webkinz, iPods, and Yellow Pages... Oh My

    A typical day in the life of the Frenchman family in Long Valley, This morning my son wakes up early ...

  • 5 First Life Companies I'd Like to See in Second Life

    On my drive home the other night from Seder I got to thinking about the types of first life companies ...

  • The Netroots of a Primary

    Interesting article in Monday's Wall Street titled Candidates Face New Winning the Netroots which really highlights why the 2008 election ...

  • Volkswagen Commercials Pass the TiVo Test

    Did you see these commercials over the weekend?  I know they have been probably around for about 4 weeks now, ...

  • How to Really Influence Voters

    There are two interesting articles over . One looks at Evan Tracey's (of TNS Media Intelligence) prediction that political ad ...

  • Bombing More Than Google Results

    I'm probably going to get nailed from both sides of the political spectrum for this post, but I like my ...

  • Think Wegmans Is Trying to Tell Me Something?

    I went out today to get the mail and lo and behold I found a blue box in my mailbox ...

  • Air America Files for Bankruptcy, Surprised?

    I found the article, Air America, Home of Liberal Talk, Files for Bankruptcy over at the NY Times No, I'm ...

  • What's Your Blogging Storey?

    A while back I wrote a post called What Came The Chicken or The regarding advice I gave my sister ...

  • Where Is Online's Slice of the $1.6B Political Spend?

    Has a very interesting article called Political Ad Spending Could Hit $1.6 Billion This and I keep wondering who forgot ...

  • Disney Fingerprinting Is Not Mickey Mouse

    We are back from our second vacation down in Walt Disney . One of the biggest changes since our February ...

  • Just Stream It

    I'm back from the All Things conference and it was very The panel I was on discussed best practices in ...

  • Google Helps XM Radio Target Ads

    It has been that Google will power XM Radio's commercials, giving AdWords clients the ability to target XM's customer base ...

  • Will Bloggers Take Over Connecticut?

    So the stage is set for today's big showdown between Ned Lamont and Joe Lieberman for the democratic Senate primary ...

  • Cuban Turns To Community for Movie Marketing

    So I've been reading Mark Cuban's blog for a while and I usually find his non-basketball posts interesting, especially the ...

  • Why Is Online Advertising Held to a Higher Standard?

    CMO of Widget - Okay, let's get the meeting started to discuss promoting the New Widget 100. First, let's go ...

  • One Man Was the Revolution

    Ok, it is the 4th of July in America so why shouldn't I participate in a little celebration. (Don't worry, ...

  • Since When Is the Net Neutral?

    A few days ago on my site I wrote this post called Since When Is the Net in response to ...

  • It's a Political Digital World, Part 1

    Two interesting articles came out the last few days and I finally got around to writing about The first comes ...

  • Virgin Mobile Ads: Back to the Future?

    I saw this post over at Reuters this week titled Virgin Mobile Introduces Ad-Subsidized Calls and my initial reaction was ...

  • Background on the Nacchio Legend

    Ok, the news is everywhere on the US government getting access to phone records, and you can draw your own ...

  • Kos Online Politics Is Growing Up

    In Saturday's Wall Street Journal, there was an article called the Kos . It is about Ned Lamont trying to ...

  • Slip Sliding Away

    As reported in a WSJ article this week, Many Major Newspapers Post Circulation , most of the top 10 newspapers ...

  • Looking for Votes in All the Wrong Spaces

    I know you are thinking another MySpace bashing post, but that's not entirely I don't dislike MySpace, but I do ...

  • More Yahoo Fun with Spyware Click Fraud

    My friend Art beat me to the punch this week by a Washington Post on a suit by Newark, NJ-based ...

  • An Open Letter to MySpace

    Ross Levinsohn, President, Fox Interactive Eric What to Do With Mr. I read with interest Sunday's NY Times article regarding ...

  • The True Value of MySpace

    Social networking

  • A Direct Marketing Channel That Can Brand, Too

    The folks over at BurstMedia just released some new information on internet that I thought you'd find interesting. Highlights * ...

  • Celebrate When Online Spending Hits 10%

    I'm surprised this is news, but it is after a long On the front page of the Wall Street Journal ...

  • Morning In America

    Back on April 4th, MarketingVox reported how the Political Ad Blitz in Key States Tightens Ad and that marketers better ...

  • The Last Few Feet to the TV Set

    You've probably already seen the announcement, but Disney plans to offer many TV shows for free on the Web. Literally, ...

  • Google's $90M Fraud Settlement: Interesting but How Relevant Is It?

    Not sure if you saw this, but Google recently settled a $90 million lawsuit over click The search business of ...

  • More Than Blogs and Attack Videos

    In Sunday's NY , a front-page article titled Internet Injects Sweeping Change into US , gave what I believe is ...

  • Arnold Says I'll Be Back Earlier Than Expected

    This may have slipped under the radar, but Arnold Schwarzenegger, as reported by , launched a TV campaign now, even ...

  • Much To Do About Nothing

    On Thursday, CNETnews.com published an article titled Blue-chip Ads, Red-light Content and it really fired me The article described how ...