Just watched the live webcast from Spain on this new beauty!
Check out all the details and start saving – not too hard though – I’m sure they’ll be affordable!
I’ll never forget where I was the day Nelson Mandela was released exactly 20 years ago.
The Gatwick Park Hospital had just taken out my tonsils and I watched the TV coverage scoffing copious amounts of ice cream.
This is the cell he lived in for all those years. Twelve months ago we were in South Africa and went to Robben Island – off Cape Town – to see where he was incarcerated and hear sad, sad stories from former inmates.
It was a remarkably moving day.
A boiling hot day, we heard how prisoners often spent hour upon hour working in direct sunlight, and went to the quarry where so many ended up with sight difficulties, due to solar reflection on the limestone rock.
The day he was released, Mike Tyson lost a big fight. He was knocked out by James "Buster" Douglas in the 10th round and lost his world heavyweight title.
The Sun celebrated both events with a photo of their respective reactions.
“Down & Out!”
Wrote a post on in-game advertising earlier on the work blog, but thought it’d be cool to share here too.
I’m not a huge soccer fan, but this execution of advertising is, as my brother-in-law Chasen would say, “pretty righteous!”
Essentially the technology targets particular ESPN coverage information to what ever teams are playing in the game.
So if you’ve chosen Portsmouth as your team, the ads that come up will be promoting the next match they’re playing that’s going to be on ESPN.
Simple but effective!