One of our offices favorite lunch spots was taken over by our other favorite lunch spots today. Volteros was taken over by Olive. While Olive does have better food, and their owner is as nice of a lady as you will ever meet, we will miss Volteros.
iHop Express in the Gaslamp? The corner is a tough location, as businesses seem to turn over often. It seems like an odd spot for a chain restaurant. I haven’t eaten at an iHop in a while, but will reserve my judgement until then.
One of my mentors, Greg Joumas moderated the Account Planning seminar hosted by the San Diego Ad Club. Key takeaways: The account goal should always be to create value to the brand, product and audience. Planning has evolved from getting a person to buy something to pursuing value to a persons live and creating brand… Continue reading San Diego Ad Clubs Account Planning Seminar
The Pier at San Clemente. They had a really nice earth day celebration, SoCal style.
Torrey Pines State Park has some of our favorite trails in San Diego.
Image courtesy of Smashing Magazine and Peter Gabor.
La Jolla Shores is a true San Diego gem. It is probably the most family friendly beach with the most amazing views.
Petco Park is one of my favorites when you are sitting anywhere besides the outfield. There’s just too much concrete. I they would use more brick, similar to the Western Metal Building, it would do the park wonders.
Mad Men is back again! One of my favorite interactive features of the show is their avatar generator. Each year, they upgrade more characters and backgrounds to this really well built flash tool.