This is my favorite Google gag (so far). Though Gmail Blue is a close second.

Divorce Marriage Counseling Googled (my favorite) Free Lunch, perhaps? Crossword Cookies!

Loving these creative takes on business cards, especially the Google & free lunch ones. Pretty sure half the reason I ordered cards was for the chance to win free food. (via holland-cavaletti)

6 Ways Google Hacks Its Cafeterias So Googlers Eat Healthier

Companies spend a lot of time finding ways to cut energy costs and increase recycling. Here’s how the tech giant is working to better manage another resource: the health of its staff.

6 Ways Google Hacks Its Cafeterias So Googlers Eat Healthier

Companies spend a lot of time finding ways to cut energy costs and increase recycling. Here’s how the tech giant is working to better manage another resource: the health of its staff.

"Donate A Word" concept to create awareness for UNICEF’s education program. The grammar/spelling fiend in me loves this.

Created by MIAMI Ad School.

It’s pretty lame they didn’t “tumble” about it. There was definitely room in there somewhere. After all, yogurt demands a lot of real estate…
jaymug:

Marketoonist Tom Fishburne

It’s pretty lame they didn’t “tumble” about it. There was definitely room in there somewhere. After all, yogurt demands a lot of real estate…

jaymug:

Marketoonist Tom Fishburne

Your brand isn’t what you say it is, it’s what Google says it is. It’s also what Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn say it is.
Mitch Joel, President of Twist Image & New York Times Best Seller

When Social Media Bites Back…

There are some days when we would all prefer not having to answer to a wall of opinionated strangers. Case and point, Burson-Marsteller’s Facebook wall.

Regardless of your thoughts on the overall situation, this is a good brain teaser to wrap your head around. What’s the appropriate way to deal with this situation via social media channels? Clearly, it’s not deleting negative comments…

Wonder what their first (post-crisis) wall post will be.