Politics of Memes: Memevertising Part I

Philosoraptor and Charlie Bit My Finger

Eastwooding empty chairs, Women in binders,  now Horses and bayonets, “ermahgerd!” where is the chubby bubble girl  and why do bronies even exist?  Didn’t South Park already make the point?  Tebowing and cat breading are deadly. There are only three approved memes:  Peace signs, bunny ears and fake… well you know. Obviously not. The question today […]

The Dawning of the Age of Etsy

I heart Etsy

“I spent the morning reorganizing my board on pinterest. I feel like I really accomplished something.” Those are the words of  the social media customer, your next customer. These are the sentiments of the socially plugged-in mass marketplace of micro-manufacturing, the small one-crafter operation or even the massive disaggregated team of micro-manufacturers working for a […]