November 2007

Aaron Brazell

Inside Access and Common Sense

What I’m about to say is not earth shattering. It’s common sense. However, despite it being common sense, you’d be surprised how many people don’t seem to understand this concept. In today’s blogging world, as in the journalism world, everyone wants the early story; the scoop; the information that makes you the source and causes […]

Aaron Brazell

Fantasy Picks for Week 13

Anyone who knows me knows I’m a big fan of football. You also might remember when I blogged over at Squib Kick before the current author, Jim Edwards, began. Since Jim started, the blog has become one of my favorites sports blogs anywhere. Recently Jim encountered some health issues that have forced him to do […]

Aaron Brazell

G.I. Joe is a Meanie

I was looking around on IMDB this morning when I came across this atrocity. Apparently, they are making a movie set to be released in 2009 based on G.I. Joe – yes, the toys, cartoons and comic books that every boy growing up in the 80s remembers fondly. I was excited that they were making […]

Aaron Brazell

Never Trust a Chef…

Remember Sy Sperling? He was the President of Hair Club for Men who is famously quoted as saying, “I’m not just the president, I’m also a client”. Other phrases such as, “Never trust a chef who won’t eat his own cooking”, or similarly, “Never trust a skinny chef” have come to represent the sentiment that […]

Aaron Brazell

The 2007 Travel Awards

I have never traveled in my life as much as I have this past year. I have taken 12 trips and I think I’m done for the year – though I do think I may need a Toronto trip before Christmas. At any rate, I can look back at various trips and point to them […]

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Nuevas Técnicas para Estudiar Comunidades Online

Tradicionalmente, los mercados analizados para publicidad han estado concentrados alrededor de variables demográficas como edad, sexo, ubicación geográfica y poder adquisitivo. Estas variables ya no sirven como únicas medidas para identificar una comunidad. Las comunidades online tienden a crearse más alrededor del contenido que alrededor de las variables tradicionales, quizás porque en Internet las variables […]