Greg Munson has been tapped to be LoBo’s new Interactive Graphic Director. This is a new position created to reflect the need for someone who is directly responsible for implementing digital content.
This move also reflects Greg’s outstanding work in his previous position here at the agency, Interactive Media Designer/Art Director. While Greg will continue as an Art Director, he will have the additional responsibilities of developing and executing digital marketing projects.
When asked to comment on his new position, Greg said, “I’m doing what now?”
After hearing of Mozilla’s move to block third-party cookies unless users opted in to them, Mike Zanies, the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s general counsel, reacted fiercely on Twitter: “This default setting would be a nuclear first strike against ad industry.”
This has been the typical stance of many in the industry. Any move to restrict cookies in any way, whether it’s through browser defaults or regulations, is painted as a mortal threat to the ad industry, even to society. And yet it’s hard to believe that a $100 billion global industry would simply fold up its tent and move onto something else if such restrictions come into place. The more likely result would be a period of turmoil, followed by adaption. There would be winners and losers.
Flying is hell. And one of the reasons is too many people don’t check their damn bags before getting on the plane.
Airlines shouldn’t be charging for checking bags, they should charge for bringing more than 1 bag on the plane.
I just flew Southwest Airlines from Cleveland to Baltimore to Long Island and I can’t figure out why so many people insist on not checking their bags, particularly since Southwest promotes Bags Fly Free.