In a show that has often been dedicated to cataloging domination and cruelty, the final season may be offering an alternative.
The "debate of the century" has come and gone. The Bad Boy of Slovenian Marxism took on the noted Hater of Chaos in head to head rhetorical action. I'm not here to tell you who I think one or critique the content of their arguments. I'm more interested in what we're doing when we host... Continue Reading →
What are the ethical considerations when uploading photos of my newborn to the Internet? I would argue discussions like this about consent in the digital world should be front and center for marketers as we are often on the cutting edge of decisions made about people's privacy and data. It's time to think through how... Continue Reading →
Just a quick word on why I find H.P. Lovecraft compelling (even though he was a huge racist). For me, 'cosmic horror' or 'existential horror' never loses it sting. I promise, one of these days I'll get back to marketing stuff (I have a marketing video in the works for next time actually!)
In the modern Queer Eye, five gay strangers seem to have an uncanny ability to get people out of their ruts and help them exchange toxic self-neglect for healthy self-love. Why are they so good at it? How does Queer Eye function? I have some theories...
Hey gang, it's been awhile! I do have an excuse: I'm back in college until summer and I just had a dang baby. So, since I'll be up late taking care of Lilith many nights, I found some new time to produce content, in this case video content. Since it's not expressly about marketing, I... Continue Reading →
David Lynch's landmark television show sets out to answer one question: "Who killed Laura Palmer?". I'm not going to spoil the answer for you if you haven't seen the show, but I will tell you just a little bit about Laura. I promise, this is definitely about marketing eventually.