Millennial Wedding Rituals: Nuptuals With A Social Media-Inspired Twist

I recently attending a wedding where my wife was performing a special selection of songs for the ceremony. It was a Cinderella-style event for one of her voice student's sisters and her college sweetheart husband. Ole Miss, to be exact. The only reason I know is because at some point during toast there was a … Continue reading Millennial Wedding Rituals: Nuptuals With A Social Media-Inspired Twist

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A Walk Through East Atlanta

My wife and I took an early evening stroll through an often-missed-by-tourists-and-transients part of Atlanta last night. We had both spent most of the week down with a lovely stomach flu and wanted to get out for a minute. Typically, we would head to this part of town for evening's hijynx: drinking and generally hunting … Continue reading A Walk Through East Atlanta

Brain Candy: An Exercise in Knowing Thy Context in The Check-Out Aisle

Checking out at the Whole Foods on my way to a Father's Day lunch I spied (and purchased) this parent-trap: Sharkies Kids Sports Chews. As with most things in life, brand and product positioning (the mindspace a company would like their product to occupy in the mind of the consumer) is all about context. In … Continue reading Brain Candy: An Exercise in Knowing Thy Context in The Check-Out Aisle

Sociology of Style Shout-Out to The Class of 2013: The Changing Course of The American Dream

Today's blog is the latest taken directly from Sociology Of Style   Bling My Dream: The Changing Course of the American Dream The class of 2013 recently threw up their hats. Now, as they polish their resumes and transition into the workforce, some employers are less than enthusiastic about the current crop of recruits, characterizing … Continue reading Sociology of Style Shout-Out to The Class of 2013: The Changing Course of The American Dream

The Schwinn Sting-Ray: A Quintessential Example of a Consumer Culture-Driven Product Innovation Success!

This past week I was enjoying some downtime soaking in some "beach culture".  Normally that would be code for "slacking off and working on my sunburn" (as I tend to turn to bacon rather than any variety of mocha).  However, per usual I was ever in observer-mode. And one of my favorite parts of beach-town … Continue reading The Schwinn Sting-Ray: A Quintessential Example of a Consumer Culture-Driven Product Innovation Success!