Disclaimer: Betabrand, I love you.
Rarely do you come across such amazing companies created with such a humourous vibe.
So I came across this little fairly new coffee by post service on Facebook the other day. It’s called eightpointnine (the number of grams of coffee required to make a good 160g cup) and it’s essentially a mash up of Graze…
So I had a great day today, one of those days where I get a chance to catch up with myself, and get down to some reading. Getting a better understanding of life (mainly other people’s)…
So I managed to finish off both Delivering Happiness (Hsieh), the book on Zappos, and Let My People Go Surfing (Chouniard), that on Patagonia. Don’t I just love corporate autobiographies? I also made a sizeable dent in The Checklist Manifesto (Gawande) and Walden (Thoreau) (just to read something different).
Well after outlining the list of books to read/the ones I’m currently attempting to get time to read, I managed to finish Onward, Howard Schultz’s (of Starbucks fame) second book.
So my recent readings on my Kindle, and my plans for future readings on my Kindle have all currently been strangely in the topic of business-like/entrepreneurial books. Many of them autobiographical in the sense of ...
Mackeeper, everyone’s favourite sketchy and trojan-esque piece of Mac
software malware, has had a little branding update. And a little branding fail at the same time. As I’m sure I’ve pointed out before, their advertising is sketch to say the least, even at the level of rebranding what they do at every possible juncture, just so you get fooled again (ladies and gentlemen, take advice from The Who here please) into trying it.
Well my few posts on MacKeeper, its issues and its overall invasiveness have sparked some traffic, and as a result of this I received an interesting email from the Zeobit (the developers of MacKeeper) PR ...