“This is the wrong image, folks.”
Josh Bernoff, of Forrester, complaining (“People are not bees”) about the gross misuse of the bee image among advocates of social activity
“Each of Spitzer’s words was accompanied by a rush of camera clicks.”
Report on the resignation over a prostitution scandal, of New York governor, Elliot Spitzer.
“Airborne is basically an overpriced, run-of-the-mill vitamin pill that’s been cleverly, but deceptively, marketed.”
David Schardt, Center for Science in the Public Interest on Airborne’s $ 23.5 million settlement with the FTC for false advertising.
“The usual way for a newspaper writer to weasel out of such a request is to say that it is not a “local” issue.”
E. J. Montini, in The Arizona Republic, on a reader asking him to display the nine zeros in $12,000,000,000 (when referencing the amount the US spends on two wars each month) and why he complied.
“Try doing what I do for a living … It’s not that easy.”
Journalist Sarah Lacy, in an all downhill interview with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg at South By Southwest convention in Austin, Texas. The audience started heckling her, some started dancing.
“I now see myself as The Curator of Conversations.”