It may be that you’ve arrived here hoping for a snazzy self-marketing site. You won’t ever find that here. I am working on some examples of the work I do in design. But I’m hoping to avoid the pitfalls of overmarketing.
Last night I finished a new website design for my friend Justine Baum, a freelance stylist for commercial photography. Anyone looking for an experienced photo stylist should check out her work. She’s especially good with kids.
Stands to reason our Military would finally adopt the latest techniques in guerrilla marketing…
March 22, 2005 · Matterform Media, makers of spam filtering and tracking software, has identified spam messages apparently being sent by the United States Department of Defense to advertise a Web site used to market military careers to young Americans.The spam messages were collected as part of Matterform’s spam collecting and analysis services.The spam messages hawk scholarships, tax-exempt pay and training and invite young people to “See it for what it really is.” The spams advertise a Web site at todaysmilitary.com.