There’s a cool phenomenon happening where experts in their field are becoming mini celebrities – brand ambassadors, influencers, call them what you will. I think it’s one of most culturally interesting and valuable things coming out of social media usage in business today. Savvy marketers know the return on investment in social media is limitless, so they know turning customers and employees into brand ambassadors … Continue reading Building a Brand with Trance-Loving Tiny Dancer (and Glitter)
I moved to a drizzly little town just north of Seattle the summer before middle school. In a tiny, peace sign-shaped subdivision, there were six girls all in the same grade. As preteen and teen girls do, we became the best of friends, then hated each other, back-stabbed each other, finally made up – only to repeat the cycle over again. Once all of us in the neighborhood started getting our drivers licenses, we would alternate driving each other to and from school. And we would stop for coffee on the way. Continue reading Hey Alison Wonderland … Gimme More Sub Kicks This Summer
It was a cold, January night in London. I was walking through a narrow street, barely looking up over the scarf I wrapped over my nose. My friends and I were headed to… Continue reading The Music Store by Regent Street
Everyone is watching the Oscars right now – not because it’s an entertaining evening of television (because it normally is not) – but because they want to know what great movies came out this past year. And not because we suddenly have an influx of film critics in the States. It’s because we want to escape en masse. Like, now. Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: Everyone is Watching the Oscars (Arts) Right Now
Did you know just one generation ago, it was socially and culturally accepted to live our lives on other people’s terms? If Mike was still alive (remember, this blog is dedicated to him), I would have called him on my way home from work the day I found out Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Dylan is one of those greats in music … Continue reading Talk About Breaking Molds: Dylan Gets Nobel Prize in Literature
Does anyone else think Chanel’s robots at Paris Fashion Week could be Marshmello’s supermodel sisters Bit and Bop? Designed for the digital age, Karl Lagerfeld’s Data Center theme had its own hashtag (#DataCenterChanel) and a crazy-cool stage set with mainframe wires and modern versions of the iconic tweed skirt suits. I mean, we get the Daft Punk reference already. We don’t know that much about … Continue reading Marshmello’s Supermodel Sisters?
The Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. 910 acres. Let that sink in a little bit because I can tell you I haven’t forgotten about it since this past June. EDC tickets go on sale soon, so to get in the spirit of it all, I thought I’d write up a review of sorts of my first and only time attending … at 36. 36! … Continue reading Adventures at Electric Daisy Carnival
I’ve been asked more than once why I’m not on lunarismoon.com anymore and my answer is always stupid. I don’t have a real answer, but the time is right to start fresh! I’d like to … Continue reading A Dedication.