Monthly Archives: January 2009

How children named the Super Bowl

How the NFL championship game came to be known as the Super Bowl is the stuff of marketing legend.  The game was formed in 1966 when two rival American football organizations, the NFL and AFL, agreed that the best teams … Continue reading

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The Razorfish Doodle Wall

Razorfish employs the kinds of people Forrester Research describes as “creators,” or individuals who actively contribute to social media communities through their own blogs or other uploaded content.  You can find many creators in the Razorfish Chicago office (where I … Continue reading

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Annie Leibovitz at Work

If you rely on the power of an image to tell a story — which is true for just about any marketer — then you owe it to yourself to read the recently published Annie Leibovitz at Work.  Leibovitz describes … Continue reading

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