Month: December 2013

Beyoncé. Digital-First

BeyoncĂ©. Really, I should just end this post there. But I won’t… On Friday at midnight, BeyoncĂ© surprised us all by releasing her fifth studio album without any promotional marketing or teasers. The “visual album” includes 14 tracks and 17 videos with special appearances from hubby Jay Z, Drake, Pharrell, Kelly Rowland, Frank Ocean and […]

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Happy Allidays, from MRY!

MRY doesn’t just send typical holiday cards. This, year, we are creating a new type of holiday season. The Alliday season. Christmas really missed out with 12. Hanukah missed out big time with 8. And President’s Day? Didn’t even try. The Allidays will surpass them all with 13 days of brilliant, never-seen-on-TV-or-anywhere-else holiday combos. Each […]

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How California’s New “Do Not Track” Law Can Affect Your Company

A recently signed amendment to the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (CalOPPA),[1] requires operators of websites and online services that collect personally identifiable information (PII) from California residents to revamp their privacy policies to conspicuously disclose how the website complies with “Do Not Track” signals from web browsers or other mechanisms that provide […]

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Facebook Hates Cute Kitty Cats…

…And other conclusions drawn from last week’s News Feed algorithm announcement. If there’s one thing the Internet public seems to agree on, it’s cats. Cute cats, funny cats, grumpy cats. But, no matter how many times I can see this and smile, I’m not sure it falls under the umbrella of ‘high-quality content’. That admittedly […]

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