Looking for a few more people or organizations to follow on Twitter? Time
magazine this week revealed its list of the 140 best Twitter feeds of the year.
See who made the list here
Centers for Disease Control isn’t on the list, but the organization is grabbing headlines for a grisly new anti-smoking campaign. The Lung Cancer Alliance said
the effort “is an important revitalization of the efforts to prevent young people from smoking and encourage all who do smoke to quit.” The ads are awfully convincing. For instance, former smokers share tips
on what to look forward to:
From anti-smoking to anti-Obama, the wholesaler behind a bumper sticker opposed to the President’s 2012 reelection denies claims that its message is racist
Speaking of retailers, it seems U.S. stores such as Macy’s are finally getting the hang of overseas shipping
, whether it’s meeting a preexisting demand in those foreign countries or testing the waters before opening flagship stores outside of the States.
Nonetheless, an infographic
from BusinessInsuranceQuotes.org provides a peek inside the hazardous working conditions of those retailers’ warehouses.
Maybe it’s not a warehouse, but your office could certainly use improvements, and these six items for an enhanced workplace
might just do the trick.
Unfortunately, 20 percent of Oprah’s staffers have been left without an office. Layoffs at OWN
claimed 30 employees as the startup network continues to struggle to find its footing.
While tech startups are a hot trend in PR
right now, Advertising Age advises
that agencies and firms are better off staying out of the tech industry. Instead, they should invest their time in choosing from a variety of the latest and greatest digital clients.
Jimmy Fallon isn’t giving up on technology. In fact, he’s moderating a Q&A with Madonna
this Saturday on Facebook
“Mad Men” is giving up a song from its season 5 premiere. It decided to swap out Dusty Springfield’s “Look of Love” after critics noted an apparent oversight by creator Matthew Weiner. The song, which came out in 1967, wasn’t released until six months after
the period in which the episode takes place.
AMC, the network that airs “Mad Men,” is debuting an unscripted series called “The on Apr. 8. The show features marketers from Waste Management, Subway, and Popchips—as well as their respective agencies—all hoping to give audiences an insider's look
at what working in the industry is really like.