Shawn D. Nelson is one of the worlds youngest Multi-Millionaires & Startup Junkies. As the Winner of Fox's Richard Branson's Rebel Billionaire TV show he walked away with a check for 1-million bucks and the keys to the Virgin Atlantic kingdom. Shawn had made his real millions years before when he took his LoveSac Furniture Company to the top. Check out the Video and he will explain how he handle's his Business.
Here is a self directed interview with Keith Nelson, aka Kinko the Clown, co-founder of Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. He discusses how he was nominated and his run for presidency of the US.
Keith Nelson who co-founded The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. HE is presently running for President of the USA with his character Kinko the Clown. A self directed interview about his nomination for the Golden Nose Awards Clown of the YEar.. He won!
(fan review garyfish video) David Nelson & Friends, Hawaii 2008 tour,Akebono Theatre,Pahoa, 1-29-08. Very cool venue, superb light show, and an amazing night of music. David Nelson, Barry Sless, Pete Sears, Mookie Siegel, Billy Kreutzmann, POPSmaroon (visuals).
Watch the new Williie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis music video for their song Georgia On My Mind
Patsy Cline popularized this fun song written by Willie Nelson. My version is sped up and jazzy, a very fun song to play with. Enjoy!
Willie Nelson - Golden Earrings
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Broadcast Ads Should Drive Consumers Online, Says Organic's Creative Director
The digital brand experience should be an advertiser's first thought, not an afterthought, according to Organic digital ad agency Creative Director Gary Nelson. An online brand experience should be viewed as a product unto itself--one that can be advertised by broadcast media.
The "Now What?" campaign for State Farm is one of the few already taking this approach. The television commercials advertise the online destination nowwhat**** and don't once mention State Farm itself. I've posted one of the ads below.
The movement toward this kind of approach has been "remarkably slow," Nelson says. Once advertisers realize consumers will spend much more time with a digital experience than with other forms of advertising, he believes that more channels will start funneling consumers toward that experience.
--Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
Nelson Évora conquista o Ouro no jogos olímpicos...
Coupon Mom Stephanie Nelson knows that when the economy is down, the number of coupons clipped goes up. Stephanie shares her favorite online coupon websites.
This clip is a tribute to my Favorite Baritone, Nelson Eddy. He was an accomplished, experienced ,and popular singer before he made his first major film in 1935(Naughty Marietta). Not only was Nelson an accomplished musician, he was an extremely good looking, tall, gentleman. Although he passed away , at the age of 66, his voice and image live on for all of us to continue to enjoy in video clips like this one, and all the other ones on YouTube.
I chose the song "In the Still of the Night" which is written by Cole Porter for the movie "Rosalie"(1937). This is one of my favorite love songs from Nelson. The clip features many photo stills of Nelson and his co-stars: Jeanette MacDonald, Eleanor Powell, Ilona Massey, Virginia Bruce, Rise Stevens, and Constance Dowling.
About Nelson Eddy:
Nelson Ackerman Eddy (June 29, 1901 - March 6, 1967)
Nelson sang soprano in church choirs as a boy. He moved to Philadelphia as a teenager, and after a number of odd jobs won a competition in 1922 to join the Philadelphia Civic Opera; he went on to perform frequently with the group, and played Tonio in Pagliacci at the New York Metropolitan Opera in 1924. In the early '30s Eddy began appearing on radio and had a successful concert tour; this led to a movie contract with MGM, and he debuted onscreen in 1933. In 1935 he and Jeanette MacDonald were teamed together, going on to appear in a series of sentimental operettas beginning with Naughty Marietta (1935); billed as "America's Sweethearts" or the "Singing Sweethearts," the team became extraordinarily popular, and for a time they were the screen's most popular duo, appearing in one box office smash after another. Their last film together was, I Married an Angel (1942). Eddy didn't make anymore film until 1947. He continued to appear in concerts and nightclubs and made some recordings after 1947; Eddy passed away in March 1967.