Tag Archives: The New Yorker

A Marketing Lesson from Rice Krispies

An email update from The Field brought to my attention James Surowiecki’s recent column in The New Yorker. He discusses marketing decisions made by Kellogg and Post cereals during the Great Depression as a lesson for today’s companies, which are … Continue reading

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Seven Facts for Fall

Matt recently shared seven fun facts about himself and then tagged me and six other bloggers to participate. Dancing Perfectly Free usually sticks to the arts, but I suppose this is the blogosphere’s version of icebreakers. Since I’ll be posting … Continue reading

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The “Trojan War of Massed Energies” Reviewed

Joan Acocella wrote an insightful and honest review of Morphoses for this week’s New Yorker. A ballet and dance writing veteran, Joan has written myriad reviews for the New Yorker and the New York Times, but this is one of … Continue reading

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