Weekly Reading List: Heather McEneany
This week we’ve got more than just new reading material, we have a few things you can watch and look at, too, and even one thing you can get up and do(nut) yourself. Check out everything from the “struggles” of McDonalds to the Galaxy’s favorite couple.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this week:
Found on Business Insider, by Ashley Lutz
It’s interesting how in one breath the McDonald’s CEO says the company is going to eliminate the higher quality ingredients to get back their “value brand” perception, and in the next breath says it has to overhaul its marketing to place “greater emphasis on the quality of our food.” So more talk and less walk, then? Seems to be missing the point, that the successful brand competitors (Chipotle, In N Out Burger, Five Guys) are able to accomplish the whole enchilada — a simple low-price menu focused on quality ingredients, which drives a healthier brand perception.
Found on Slate
Is there a WalDate.com on the horizon?
Found on The Huffington Post, by Ed Mazza
What starts with Kirk Cameron encouraging his fundamentalist Christian comrades to celebrate Halloween (I never knew they didn’t), goes into the true back-story of one of my favorite pseudo-holidays. Hint: it wasn’t a union of nurses creating a holiday so they could start dressing sexy.
Found on Donut Selfie
Not long ago beaches in France were banning them, but clearly they’re not going away. There’s a new selfie in town — the donut selfie. No, we’re not talking delicious fried goodness, but the spinning of a camera around one’s head to show surroundings and combining the images into a slideshow. Put it to music like in the video above, and, finally, a less obnoxious selfie.
Found on YouTube, by Samsung Mobile USA
Perhaps it’s because I’m in love with Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell as a couple, or maybe because I’m 6.5 months pregnant myself, but I can’t get enough of this adorable commercial, aptly titled “What You Really Need.”
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