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Hello, I am wondering about your use of the word wpapening . What does this mean and is there and origin? I have used that word to describe a specific web-happening activity, but not sure if you are using the word the same way.please let me know. thanks! Lee


makes total sense. Unfortunately, this seems to be a very large part of the marketing we see every day, and makes our jobs so much more duificflt. People become, as you put it, jaded, and turn their brains off to advertising, when it is advertising that informs a person of a product or service that they would really want.Lunch for sure. I will give you a call.February 7, 2011 10:26 pm


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Which design/brand agency fleeced them for that stupid amount of money then eh? This is the complete opposite to our waffle free way of working. Some people...



Oh... my... God...

Some people have too much money and no f*cking idea. Give ME 22 million pounds, and I'll do something decent with it. In fact, give me 10 million pounds and I'll take another word out, to make it even easier! ;)

Kevin Keohane

Oh my gentle Jesus.

They should have done what Prince did in the 90's and have "no name". They would have saved a fortune on badges, signs, etc.

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