“I’m Focused on Brand Awareness: Why Should I Care About Social Attribution?”

It was a warm spring day in downtown Dallas. Hands were being shook, business cards were being exchanged, and the impressive line-up of speakers were parading through at the usual clip. I was representing Simply Measured as a sponsor at a conference in Dallas. The conference was invite-only and consisted of Directors, VPs, and members of the C-suite from some of the world’s biggest companies.Read the full article

Seinfeld - The Magic Loogie, Reconstructed

From "The Boyfriend, Part 1" Season 3, Episode 16 (Production code 315) Original air date: February 12, 1992 Kramer and Newman accuse Hernandez of spitting on them during a Mets game at Shea Stadium; however, Jerry supports the "second-spitter theory" that Hernandez was not involved. Writing credits: Larry David & Larry Levin © 1990 - 1998 Castle Rock Entertainment