Monthly Archives: May 2009

Let Simon Decide

The worst part of decision-making’s having to answer for the results of your choice: how many times can you tell your co-workers that the perm is back before even you stop believing it. To blame your decisions on the Internet, … Continue Reading

Microsoft Zune HD & Xbox

  Confirming weeks of speculation, Microsoft has officially announced the Zune HD. The specs — a 3.3 inch OLED touchscreen, the ability to output in HD, an HD Radio receiver, a full-screen web browser and built-in Wi-Fi — are pretty impressive, … Continue Reading


Source Marketing’s Softball Team Wins Again

Last night marks the third straight win for the Source Marketing softball team putting us at 3-0 for the season. And what a night it was for a softball game; perfectly clear skies and temps in the mid-70s! It was … Continue Reading

Hulu’s first live concert

Move over cable TV!!  The Internet is taking small steps towards becoming a true cable replacement. TV streaming site Hulu will be offering a live stream of a Dave Matthews Band concert on June 1—the site’s first-ever live music concert. … Continue Reading


Interactive Billboards

McDonald’s has recently launched a new interactive sign where passers-by can interact with images displayed on McDonald’s giant LED screen, and visitors can take an interactive role at one of London’s most photographed locations, Picadilly Circus. Users can then upload … Continue Reading


No other team gets in more faces

Norelco has launched a new Football themed microsite at Not only can consumers browse and buy the latest Norelco razors and accessories, they can also put their football knowledge to the test with a fun football trivia game, and enter Norelco’s … Continue Reading


NYC’s Cupcake Truck

It’s a well known fact that New Yorkers are always on the go. CupcakeStop believes that despite this, everyone deserves to indulge themselves with a gourmet snack. That’s why they decided to take their delectable cupcakes, baked fresh daily from the highest … Continue Reading

Bringing back the donut

With all the fuss about carbs and obesity in recent years, Dunkin’ Donuts has been downplaying its namesake product. But no more. With the economy in the state it is in, the restaurant chain discovered that previously carb-conscious consumers were … Continue Reading


Garbage Goes Green

Philadelphia has introduced the Big Belly, an environmentally friendly trash can and compactor, in an attempt to help make the city a little bit more green. The new trash compactor uses solar panels to power 100% of its energy. The … Continue Reading


Wal-Mart Gets Video Game Trade-In Vending Machines

It doesn’t get much easier than this. A writer over at NeoCrisis was visiting his local Wal-Mart when he saw a new vending machine that allows you to trade in usedPS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360, and Wii games for credit. Currently, HMV and GameStop already have their … Continue Reading