*This post originally appeared at iPhone Life where Adam is a featured blogger.
Have you looked for an iPhone case lately, iPhone Life-ers? The choices are overwhelming. Just think of the poor new iPhone owner realizing that their new toy is gonna get scratched if they don’t get something to protect it, and they go online to find a case for it and find eight million mind boggling choices.
You were there once. You know what I’m talking about.
So of course everyone here watched the Super Bowl.
Great game, right (even though Brady’s game-ending Hail Mary fell short of being epic)? But what about the commercials? They were pretty killer this year and we took notice of the amount of humor that was used considering the current mood of the country. Maybe advertisers felt like we could all use a little comic relief during the Super Bowl this year. After all, it’s supposed to be fun, so why not, right?
We found this marvy article over at AIGA, and it dawned on us that there’s something we’ve been meaning to talk to you about for quite some time now.
It’s…about our relationship.
We have needs, you have needs, and well? We have to make sure we give each other what we require to be successful. If not, this relationship is going to end with you driving by GLAD WORKS and throwing our stuff out of your car.
Have you ever been shopping online and encountered a product page that was so stuffed with information and so confusing that you just decided not to buy the product? Or, maybe you decided to go elsewhere to look for it because shopping should be fun for goodness sake!
If you’re going online to buy a pair of hot shoes, for example, you shouldn’t be frustrated in the process. You should come away feeling like you and those shoes are gonna set the world on fire together.
Lots of people think of data mining as some sort of creepy Orwellian nightmare, but really, what’s a little data?
It’s not scary, is it GLAD WORKS friends?
We’re not afraid!
Admittedly, the term “data mining” sounds kind of scary. It’s as if spies from Wal-Mart or Target are hiding in the bushes and looking in the windows at night. But that’s just silly! They really just break into our houses and go through our stuff while we’re at work. You did not leave you sock drawer open…it was THEM!