A Case of Simple

A while back, one of my favorite fellow bloggers, Drew McLellan, asked me (and others) if we’d be interested in receiving some newly-designed cases, custom-designed for smartphones, tablets, and ultralight laptops (like Macbook Air).

No cost. No obligation. No financial anything (there’s my disclaimer – OK?).

Well, I’ve been playing with these cases from a company called Casesmpl (casesimple.com), and I’m pretty impressed. They come in several sizes, in ballistic nylon and leatherette versions (Henry Ford would be proud – you can have them in any color, as long as it’s black!). They’re manufactured here in the United States (Chicago, in fact).

What’s especially cool about the design is that you can carry your primary digital communications device, plus other stuff, in one handy package with a (removable) divider. These puppies are roomy and flexible, while still being relatively compact. The fact that there is one which is iPhone-sized is a great plus – put your smartphone and a smaller moleskin in there, and you’re good to go.

Worth a look, folks, if you’re interested in this kind of handy accessory!

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Five in the Morning 102008

Rebuilding Brand America – a thought-provoking piece by Derrick Daye over at Branding Strategy Insider blog.

She Said. He Said. You just have to read it. From the Diva herself, Toby Bloomberg.

Is your marketing touching on What Motivates People to Buy? Drew McLellan with some great thoughts, and a nice “List of Eight.” From the Small Business Branding blog.

Jay Ehret assembles a list of four great posts from last week giving solid marketing advice. From The Marketing Spot (small business marketing) blog.

From Louis Gray5 family-friendly iPhone apps. I immediately went over to the iTunes store and downloaded three of them (my 7-year-old loves playing this kind of stuff!)

PLUS – from Jackie Huba, an offer for a free conference call with Seth Godin tomorrow. Sign up at the link! (Church of the Customer blog)

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Five in the Morning 101308

Best Buy re-brands – what do you think of the new outfit? From the folks at Brand New – worth adding to your RSS Reader to see who’s up to the latest re-branding efforts.

Unconventional Marketing mapped out by David Armano – another thought-provoking post/graphic by a very creative thinker.

Shannon Paul explains that Free Content Makes Money.

For those of us who love gadgets and automation, a very cool movement in the hospitality industry – Hotels go High-Tech. I love this idea. From MobileCrunch.

First Age of Conversation #2 podcast is up, says Gavin Heaton (co-editor along with Drew McLellan). First victim of the 237 authors is Jay Ehret.

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Just for fun bonus: Words and phrases we should never hear again, collected by Kirsten Wright. I’m sure you can think of others to add!

Oh, and why not…what do you get when you combine an iPhone camera, fall leaves, a slow shutter speed, and a twisting-of-device-while-taking-image? This!

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