When it comes to speaking about politics, or just the political divisions in America, it’s a no-win situation for brands–a real “damned if you do, damned if you don’t.” That according to the global data intelligence firm, Morning Consult. The firm has released the results of a survey polling Americans whether it was right for brands to take a political stance. Unsurprisingly, the results were divisive. … [Read more...] about Speak out about politics or stay silent? Either way, brands can’t win
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“Front door to the health industry” Andrew Dudum, the founder and CEO of Hims, describes his company as the “front door to the health industry.” The people who walk through that door may not have a primary care doctor and are looking for treatments for specific issues: erectile dysfunction, hair growth, acne, and anxiety and depression. The products are heavily branded with the dirty pastels that have come to represent the millennial generation. The ideal Hims customers are too busy to go to the doctor, even if they have insurance, and needs a quick fix for what ails them that they can pay for in cash. … [Read more...] about Hims just went public. What does that mean for the future of healthcare?
Disney+Disney+ will continue to reveal additional exclusive content and made-for-the-theatre cinema. We’ll get way more Marvel (Elizabeth Olsen’s WandaVision premieres Jan. 15, kicking off a superhero smorgasbord in the months to come), more Star Wars (both Mandalorian spinoffs and a season 3 are on the docket), and more blockbuster hits, including Pixar’s Soul. Gift them an annual subscription, and maybe they’ll even lend you their password. (JK, buy your own!) … [Read more...] about The best subscription services to gift over the holidays
It’s the current base model of Nebula’s family of can-size projectors— the Capsule II ($580) and Capsule Max ($470) offer steps up in resolution, sound, and other performance factors, such as auto-focus and screen mirroring. But for us homebound cinephiles, the original Capsule Projector has everything we need. Our tall blank, white walls become 7-foot-tall screens with the touch of a remote, and the projector is easily linked via Bluetooth or HDMI to stream video and play games. There’s a small mount, which allows you to use it with a stand, though it works perfectly fine propped at the right distance on a table or shelf. The projector uses IntelliBright algorithms to maintain 100 ANSI Lumens for crisp, vibrant pictures, even when a room isn’t pitch black. … [Read more...] about This affordable, portable movie projector brings the magic back to watching movies