E meu cel é horrível pra jogar Angry Birds e eu querendo jogar o novo =/
WWF Anti Polution Ad
Arts for Transit and Urban Design is thrilled that Michael Beirut and the gang from Pentagram designed this new logo for the Centennial of Grand Central which will be celebrated beginning in February 2013.
We are working with the planning team to put together a range of special offerings for the celebration. We’ll keep you posted here about our plans!
Amir Efrati in the Wall Street Journal, on how Google plans to spend $213 million advertising its products, almost four times what they spent in 2010. Google’s also spending $70 million on television ads. $12 million of that amount went to promote Google+. They seem a bit embarrassed by this:
Rob Shilkin, a Google spokesman, declined to comment specifically about the company’s ad strategy. “Our focus is on uncovering and telling stories about our products, our users and the magic they both create. The discussion about how to reach people across different media is a much later conversation.”
Bet ya didn’t know about all the magic you were creating whenever you were using a Google product.
This one hurts. Stoudemire was really coming on and the Knicks were starting to roll. Now he’s gone, lost to a bulging disc in his back for what I’ve heard is going to be four weeks minimum and could be the rest of the year. The playoffs start April 28th which is exactly one month from today….
The Perfect Hangover
Throughout his career, David Wells was known more for his brash personality than his success on the mound.
But on May 17, 1998, Wells combined all that defined him and turned in a perfect game against the Minnesota Twins, the Yankees’ second perfect game after Don Larsen’s Game 5 masterpiece in the 1956 World Series, and at the time, the 15th in major league baseball history.
Jorge Posada, who caught Wells that day, lists the no-hitter as one of his favorite moments as a Yankee: “Every signal I put down, he threw. It seemed like I was thinking everything along with him. It was freaky. I was putting down everything he wanted to throw. I’d tell him to throw it in the dirt and he threw it in the dirt. He was unbelievable that day.”
Beyond setting history, Wells claimed that he was half drunk that day, pitching on three hours sleep and running on caffeine, aspirin and adrenaline, not necessarily in that order.
The whole thing is such a baseball story.
It’s such a David Wells story.