If it wasn’t for advertising, we wouldn’t have television, newspapers… or Google, to name a few things. But we would have music. And places to listen to live music. As the most abstract of the arts that also happens to … Read More
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7VgNQbZdaw] Or are they now one and the same?
This is either a reference to the current state of the world or Ape Con Myth’s business plan. … … No, it’s both.
Previously Ape Con Myth explored the history of the Dow Jones Industrial Average through the lens of the Tao Te Ching in a project known as The Tao Jones. Given the recent activity in the market, we have returned to … Read More
In case you left the office on Friday for a weekend in the woods and are wondering why the sky is falling this fine Monday morn, Standard & Poor’s has downgraded the long-term sovereign credit rating of the United States … Read More
How many people does it take to make the not-so-merry-go-round go round? If you’re talking about the United States economy in 2007, which we are, then the answer is 146,047,000 people, or … wait for it … 48.4% of the … Read More
The most overused line in the movies or the most underutilized question in human history? You decide! [vimeo id=24669583 width=600 height=400] [Montage by Film Drunk; Thanks, Pete!]