Thursday, September 13, 2007

BREAKING: New York Times notices that law firms advertise/use images of animals and such.

In today's business section of the New York Times, Karen Donovan writes that corporate law firms are running print ad campaigns that use photos that "do not immediately say 'lawyer'." Hmm. In-ter-rest-ing. You may remember reading about this "new" development somewhere else before and before and before and before. But I'm sure Donovan came up with the story idea on her own. Right, Stuart "Scoop" Elliott?
previously in the
New York Times is behind the times:
1. The Sandinistas of journalism.
2. Tommy Friedman, I think about SEX a lot.
3. Take a trip down Memory Lane (a toll road).
4. Times let's you know just how stupid they think you are.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard they’re going to start using metaphors too. Oh wait. That’s what the animals are for.

7:42 PM  

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