Do these Tiger golf balls cross the line?
These Tiger Woods Mistress golf balls hit the news yesterday and according to the
have at least one of his alleged former mistresses up in arms. media
What do you think? Is this a harmless “novelty” product taking advantage of an outrageous scandal or do you agree that there’s something darker at play here? Do these promote violence against women?
Personally I think they cross the line. I have a hard time with the notion of hittin women’s faces -even if it’s done in “sport”.
Wondering if they will sell and who will buy them.
What’s your twist?
Unless you are living under a rock, you have no doubt seen Apple’s iPad launched yesterday.
I am in awe of the design and the user interface. But as I fight off falling head over heels under the powerful Apple spell…I do have a few questions.
Many of you probably remember the Domino’s fiasco of last April when two employees made a rogue video pretending to put disgusting things in the pizza.
The employees were fired, the video was removed from You Tube and the company issued a statement reassuring people on the quality of their food (and their employees).
If you missed the incident, it’s summarized in this
video from the Today Show.
Well, a quick 8 months later, Domino’s is creating it’s own viral campaign with this video called “The Pizza Turnaround”.
My question is whether this effort is an effective authentic response, or whether it goes too far in it’s apologetic tone.
Here’s an interesting article in the New York Times:
On the Web, Workshops That Help Shoppers Create One-of-a-Kind Gifts.
and Zazzle.com, Blurb.com can help you create everything from personalized stamps with your family’s photo, to a recipe book with pictures and handwritten recipes, to a custom designed diamond ring. Blue Nile
Unlike past customizable products (t-shirts, mugs, mouse pads), advances in manufacturing have significantly increased the quality, range and degree of customization of products.