Jeb Flush

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (2 of 2)
Location: USA
In My Own Words:
Comedy junkie. Laugher at poop jokes and people falling down.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 554,419 - Total Helpful Votes: 2 of 2
Bang!: Getting Your Message Heard in a Noisy World by Linda Kaplan Thaler
Despite the back of the book, this is not a great book for anybody and any company. There are much better ones out there if you are looking for idea production techniques.
But for someone interested in advertising (and you've already read "Eat the Big Fish" "Truth Lies & Advertising" "Disruption" and "Do It Yourself Lobotomy") then pick it up -- preferrably used.
Over all of the book mentioned above, this one is a great agency self-promotion piece. I'm surprised it didn't end with a New Business contact.
Once Upon a Time in Mexico (Bilingual) [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Antonio Banderas
If you loved El Mariachi, you'll love this.
If you loved Desperado, you'll probably like this.
OUaTiM has stylized shoot outs that made these films so fun. It also has the revenge-heavy, character-light approach that made these films guilty pleasures.
The DVD has some great featurettes. Unlike some DVD's that have tons of content that no one would really want to see, this has a great tour of RR's home studio, a look how to make a feature film on the cheap and most importantly a cooking lesson (hmm...slow roasted pork.)
The Do-It-Yourself Lobotomy: Open Your Mind to Gre&hellip by Tom Monahan
Authored by a repeatedly self-described creative genius, this looks at how new ideas build businesses and how you can use his service marked techniques to do it too. No great ideas, but the section on how to present work is worth the price (when discounted). (45)
I'd try "Cracking Creativity" first for great techniques.