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The Internet exploded yesterday over Peeple, an app The Washington Post described as “Yelp for people.” This isn’t the first time a brand has provoked the fury of the Internet, so do yourself a favor and follow these common sense guidelines to avoid becoming the Internet's next brand non grata.
Fountain Square. It’s vibrant and funky. It’s full of character and characters, and if you walk through the alley that connects Woodland and Shelby, you find that “the Square” is, in fact, gritty in all the right places. It is here, in the unassuming corridors, where you find color.
After 10 years working for some of Indy’s biggest brands, Ashly Myers joins the Pivot team as our new content director. So what keeps this content director content? One simple rule.
Google and Verizon made headlines last week when they unveiled major brand facelifts, and several other tech and media giants have also updated their looks this year. We asked our team to chime in on the recent changes.
Climate change is no laughing matter, but don’t tell that to Jim Poyser. We sat down with the self-proclaimed climate change humorist to talk about the role of comedy in environmental activism.
Mild-mannered by day, our newest Pivoteers Jordan and Jane share a not-so-secret love of superhero stories. We asked them about their alter egos, then imagined a comic book version of life at Pivot.
When we hear songs from our youth, we are instantly transported to the past. The music we listened to still holds a disproportionate amount of power over our emotions, so the nostalgia is hard to fight. This week, Pivoteers share some of their favorite music from the "days of yore."
The NFL has the most brand loyal customers in major league sports. But where does all of this loyalty come from? Why do we find ourselves consumed in the culture that’s all too addictive? It’s simple, really.
Technology is our world. Smartphones. FitBits. Selfies and LOLs. We inhale digital sights and sounds at a rapid rate and exhale a growing dependence on technology that borders on obsession. But in this increasingly technological world, Moleskine has created a niche with its simple black notebook. Coincidence? Not at all.
I nervously sat in the back of the helicopter, nails bitten to the quick. What am I doing? My legs shook and my mind raced, and the pilot mumbled codes and commands beyond my comprehension. My ears, shielded beneath a headset, did not hear the fwump fwump fwump of the rotor blades, or the pinched squeaks that surely escaped my lips. All I could hear was the pilot, the control center, and my own pounding anxiety.