Category Archive for: KK BOLD

Gimme S’more!

So, today is the anniversary of the date that my beautiful bride and I shared our nuptial activities with the world. Fifteen glorious years. But today isn’t just our day. It’s not even just a day for anniversaries. Lots of things happened on this date in history: The French got rid of the monarchy in…

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New Hall of Famer could’ve used PR help

At long last, Minnesota Twins broadcaster and former player Bert Blyleven was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame this year. If you are not familiar with him, Bert enjoyed a more-than-two-decade-long major league pitching career, posting 287 wins, 3,700 strikeouts and 60 shutouts. These are impressive stats, and, one would think, sufficient to guarantee…

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Virtual Advertising: Virtually Terrifying

Since the infancy of advertising, new mediums have always popped up and advertisers have been forced to either adapt to them or be left behind. When the car was invented, so came billboards alongside the new roads we were driving. Then radio. Then television. More recently, the Internet and, with it, the latest fad of…

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Running in Circles

It is time for the obligatory Google+ post. However, as my esteemed colleague Erik has already done a great job of summing up what Google+ is, and some of its strengths, over here (Try not to focus on the size of his head.), I’m not going to be the umpteenth guy who talks about what Google+…

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Advertise during a disaster?

Our agency has offices in Bismarck and Minot, North Dakota. I, along with my brother Kalvin (our Operations Director) grew up in Sawyer, just down the road (or in keeping with the theme of this story, down the river) from Minot. The catastrophic flooding that has occurred along the Missouri and Mouse Rivers has affected…

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