We've had a lot of feedback lately about our "creativity." Hmmmmm... we try to be fun. We try to entertain. And in the midst of all that, we hope to leave you with something to think about. I guess in PR that makes us somewhat unique.
A reader gave us a great compliment last week: "Amanda my dear, you crack me up; only on Strumpette.com can you find an entire write-up dedicated to Rich Jernstedt's hair." That article had followed a tribute to one of the more creative people the PR business has ever known, Aaron Cushman. THE POINT: PR seems to have gone from a strategic creative business to mere vanity services.
Anyway, here's a little creative interlude. Do you remember when the most important part of the creative-brainstorming session was the group walk to Oak Street Beach, the visit to the Museum of Contemporary Art, or the cocktail at the 95th? Here's a little homage to that.
What follows is a fun little java applet. Use you cursor to draw a simple line and watch what happens. It a Rorschach on steroids! Imagine. What do you see?
EDITOR'S NOTE: We'd like to thank our friend Marcus Graf for the applet.
Marcus is with EJR-Quartz and serves as the multimedia editor for the European Space Agency. He heads development of a broad range of interactive features for ESA's science missions.
If you are interested in seeing more of his applets, visit www.florito.net.
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