Posts tagged ‘doodles’

March 24th, 2013

Pascal’s Lamb

In honor of Passover, and for the various (Jewish) math nerds out there, I present: Pascal’s Lamb.

Lambs, following the pattern of Pascal's Triangle


Confused? Don’t be:

You’re welcome, and chag sameach.

October 4th, 2012

All the world’s a stage

One of the more interesting (and consistent) challenges I deal with at work is explaining to potential clients (and sometimes current ones) the fragmentation in the media world. On one level, this is understood; it is precisely because people understand there is a challenge that they seek out a company like ours.

At the same time, it can be difficult to grasp. The major opinion-leaders and “influencers” remain, but their overall impact might be diminished. Or they may exert influence, but in ways that require support. Where there was once an audience–perhaps 85% of that audience were your subscriber base, and another 15% were the random people inspired by specific programs–there are now many different audiences, consuming many different sources of information in just as many different forms.

Here is one more very blunt way to think about it.

September 9th, 2012

The “Food Pyramid” of Irritating Drivers

Now that we are past Labor Day, the amount of time spent driving around should diminish. Which might mean I’ll feel less frustrated by some of these pesky road irritants. At least until my next trip.


August 30th, 2012

This Speaks For Itself