• One Change that Will Make iTunes Almost Perfect

    Let me just tell you, I love iTunes. Seriously. I don't think I'll ever purchase another CD again (unless it's not available on iTunes, of course). It's so easy to use and allows me to listen to my music in so many ways, I just have no desire to use another service or store.  Having […]

  • FOX Locks Out House Fans for 8 Days

    Already very late to the party, FOX continues to prove that they don't understand customer satisfaction. This time last year, you couldn't watch all primetime television shows from FOX. Only a few were available, and you had to watch them on MySpace.com/fox.  This Fall season, FOX got their butts in gear and provided their own […]

  • My First Fantasy Football Experience

    It's an understatement to say that my first experience with fantasy football began with a whimper, not a bang. One week into the 2007-2008 NFL season, Aaron asks me to fill in the last slot in their fantasy football league. Fantasy leagues have been a sort of mystery to me. I've known about them for […]

  • The Next Internet Millionaire

    Don't hate. The following is a promotional piece i think you should read. I won't do this often, so check it out and give me some feedback once you've visited the link: How would you like the opportunity to do a joint venture with one of the biggest names in Internet marketing? How would you […]

  • TED: Ideas Worth Spreading

    Thanks to StumbleUpon, the most enjoyable social media/bookmarking site thus far (and the official choice of ADHD users everywhere), I was introduced to TED.com last month. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. TED began in 1984, bringing together the best and brightest from those three industries and thought groups. Since the '80s, TED has evolved […]

  • 3 Highly Effective Methods for Reaching Kidd Kraddick Fans Online

    It's been a while since I offered Kidd Kraddick both online marketing and blogging advice. Now is a good time to back up those initial tips with a few extra methods of online promotion that the #1 morning radio show in America needs to execute in order to grow the brand online.  As a side […]

  • Papaya Clothing Website Is Live!

    After more than a year of waiting, the Papaya Clothing Store website has finally launched! No more complaining or visiting CultureFeast to post 200+ comments about how much you want to shop at Papaya Online. Go there today at PapayaClothing.com and take advantage of their Really Big Sale where you can get up to 30% […]

  • The Need for Reputation Management Increases Across the Web

    As I mentioned previously in ReputationAdvisor.com, the "web 2.0" space (sorry Nathan – I know how much you love that term) has grown and matured to the point that the what is written or posted on the Internet can make or break a company's profitability. Reputation was a priceless commodity back in 1950s small town […]

  • Read Print Offers Free Online Classic Books

    Good ‘ol StumbleUpon led me to an excellent literary resource online. Students, teachers, and literary fanatics worldwide can now access the works of more than 90 classic authors at ReadPrint.com. Supported by Google Adsense, Read Print is an excellent free resource to avid readers everywhere. Authors include Shakespeare, Lord Byron, Sophocles, H. G. Wells, and […]

  • Safari for Windows is a Good Idea?

    That’s a question, not a statement. I was all excited by the prospect of faster download time, so I jumped at the opportunity to try the Safari 3 BETA. I tried Google first (of course), and all was well. I typed in CultureFeast.com, and the site looked good. By this time, I think to myself, […]