“I think we’re rediscovering our love of the future. We once designed cars and buildings that looked like the future. Today we often say, without irony, that we are “living in the future.” This is a beautiful thing. We are living in the future.”—Mike Hudack (via sarahcooley)
“You might think that having an auto account isn’t what it used to be. Not only is the industry having its worst year in decades, but two of the top domestic companies have been in bankruptcy, and most automakers are cutting fees and marketing costs.”—
We’ve been spending a lot of time in Detroit and in California talking with import auto folks. Auto spending is coming back in fourth quarter and in 2010. We can all be part of America’s industrial recovery. Let’s help sell more cars.
“The UK has become the first major economy where advertisers spend more on internet advertising than on television advertising, with a record £1.75bn online spend in the first six months of the year.”—
Don’t get them wet; OK, fine. Don’t expose them to sunlight; sure, why not? Don’t feed them after midnight; um, how’s that again? If you can’t feed them “after midnight,” at what point during the day does it cease to be “after midnight” so you can feed them again? For that matter, how does the mogwai know what time zone it’s in? Suppose I get my mogwai in New York and then take a vacation to San Francisco — should I not feed my mogwai after midnight Eastern Time or Pacific Time? And what about Daylight Saving Time? Considering the consequences, these details seem pretty important.