Creative types have a problem. We have so many great ideas, but most of them never see the light of day. Why do most ideas never happen? The reason is that our own creative habits get in the way. For example, our tendency to generate new ideas often gets in the way of executing the ones we have. As a result, we abandon many projects halfway through.
Lord Sugar: discusses advertising and the media at Nabs 'An Audience with Lord Alan Sugar' on 4 October was organised by Nabs and moderated by Claire Beale, the editor of Campaign, and Marc Mendoza, MPG's chief executive. During the event Sugar said he often analyses ads and admitted he had been wrong about how consumer habits would change after the launch of Sky+.
In 1994, Wired, then known as HotWired, claims it invented the banner ad. The Mosaic browser was just morphing into Netscape in 1994. And if you think ads slow down page loads now, readers had to download the first banner ads over thin dial-up connections.
Maker of the Best Craigslist Ad Ever Reveals How the Collage-Sausage Was Made 'What would a drunken, profane second grader do?' By Tim Nudd If you haven't seen it, see it.