Bill Cosby would be the first to admit that kids say the darndest things, so he might stand by ABC’s decision to ignore requests
that it pull Wednesday night’s episode of the popular sitcom “Modern Family” titled “Little Bo Bleep,” in which a toddler on the show appears to drop her first expletive.
Cursing aside, between their coos and their cries, it’s hard not to imagine what babies might be trying to say. If only they had the vernacular and linguistic know-how to vocalize it more clearly. Luckily, Huggies and its team have been hard at work translating for your infants. And luckily for everyone not fluent in Korean, Creativity
has translated things for us.
In real life, not every homemaker has a decoding team stowed away in his or her pantry. Instead, they cook, clean, drive the kids to soccer practice, and more—every day of the week. How much is all of it worth? An estimated $96,261
Homemaker could be Jerry Yang’s next job. The Yahoo cofounder—known as “Chief Yahoo”—announced his resignation
from the company’s board and management team.
Meanwhile, Young Lee, co-founder of the trendy fro-yo chain Pinkberry, was taken into custody by the LAPD for allegedly beating a homeless man
with a tire iron. Now was that under the dry or the fresh fruit toppings list on the menu?
(obviously) reported on Lee’s arrest
, and the site—which welcomed a new editor this year
—will be looking for a new PR manager. Kevin Prince announced he’s leaving Gawker Media after roughly one year to return to CBS
as a social media producer for the network’s newly revised and retitled “This Morning” program.
Also venturing into new programming, Reuters—it launched Reuters TV on Tuesday
, a new YouTube news channel. However, people are probably more interested in the growing list of writers and columnists the media source recently
A growing list of consumers in Canada are probably more interested in investigating why their iPads purchased from Future Shop and Best Buy contained fraudulent slabs of clay
rather than the electronic tablet.
Related news: It’s rumored
an iPad 3 media event might be slated for early February with a potential March launch date. Here’s hoping that’s not fake.
We wish this was fake, mostly because it kind of creeps us out. A new Facebook app called “If I Die
” enables users of the social network to record a video farewell or text message that will display on one’s wall once they’re passing is confirmed.
Bit of a dark and gloomy notion, though not nearly as dark as the pages of Wikipedia. The site went black
on Wednesday in protest of the controversial SOPA, but many of its editors questioned the action
Now it’s our turn to question you: Did you know Philadelphia cream cheese was first made in New York? Or that SPAM actually stands for something? True. It’s just one of seven odd facts about iconic American products
published by Reader’s Digest
Those might be interesting tidbits to know, but if your company is looking to get more from its “brand advocates,” try these nine critical success factors
sure to step up their engagement.
points out, data about those “brand advocates” comes at a price, and more companies are willing to help consumers cash in
on it so they can collect that information for themselves.
Brands should also look to avoid these horrible, God-forsaken corporate logos
Gap, not unfamiliar with rebranding fails
, is now tackling another beast—the reputation of Kim Kardashian
, who is suing the retailer for using her likeliness in one of its commercials for Old Navy.