A column dedicated to the proposition that fun is an essential part of business.

Types of Marketing

  • A man sees a pretty girl at a party. He approaches her and says, "I'm a great dancer." That's direct marketing.

  • A man is at a party with a bunch of friends and sees a pretty girl. One of his friends approaches her, points at the man and says, "He's a great dancer." That's advertising.

  • A man sees a pretty girl at a party, approaches her, asks for her phone number and gets it. The next day he calls he and says, "Hi, I'm a great dancer." That's telemarketing.

  • A man sees a pretty girl at a party. He gets up, straightens his tie, approaches her and pours her a drink. He opens the door for her, picks up her bag after she drops it, offers her a ride and then says, "By the way, I'm a great dancer." That's public relations.

  • A man is at a party and sees a pretty girl. She walks up to him and says, "I hear you're a great dancer." That's brand recognition!


Interesting Anagrams

An anagram is a word or phrase that is formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. For example, listen to silent. In this issue, we have come up with some fun and interesting (although mostly nonsensical) anagrams for Process Cooling

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cool ices prongs
cool spec signor
cool specs groin
cool incog press
cool coign press
cool incross peg
cool pic engr sos
cool sic eng pros
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cool sci eng pros
cool cons erg psi
cool cop singers
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cool pc ogre sins
cool pc eros sign
psig ecol croons
psig cooler cons
psig close con or
psig cone colors
psig censor cool
psig scone color
psig cores colon
psig con co loser
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coercing spools
cornices go slop
concise prologs
scenic logo pros
sconce grip solo
soccer gin loops
slicer cops go on
nice co prog loss
cronies pc logos
cosine corp logs