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lordkafei

lordkafei

Member Since 06 Oct 2004
Offline Last Active Dec 18 2013 03:58 PM

Teenager dragged to court for giving away a friend's VIRTUAL gold coins in an onlin...

22 May 2013 - 06:16 PM

RuneScape makes the news, but not exactly in a good way:

http://www.dailymail...ntasy-game.html

I found the sentence to be somewhat hilarious:

“He was given an eight-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £16 compensation by Swansea magistrates.”

£16 punishment for trashing a six-year-old account.

Jagex could score some PR points by doing the wronged player a solid. But we all know they won’t.

2011 Golden Joystick Awards

21 October 2011 - 04:06 PM

It’s official - League of Legends won Best Free-to-play.

What’s perhaps more shocking is that RuneScape finished third behind World Of Tanks.

ref: http://www.pcgamer.c...joystick-awards

:razz:

Joining m4a files

01 September 2011 - 04:48 PM

I ripped a CD to m4a this morning, and am looking for a way to join some of the songs that should be played back to back to back. Looking for something that runs on the Windows platform.

Audacity doesn't seem to be able to do this with m4a. Posted Image

EDIT - I finally figured out how to do this in iTunes itself (Step 7): http://www.ehow.com/...les-itunes.html

This can be locked.

Burger King Decapitates Its 'King' Mascot

20 August 2011 - 05:51 AM

ref: http://finance.yahoo...g-mascot-forbes


Fast-food chain Burger King is making a 180 degree shift in its marketing, with a decision to drop its "King" mascot and focus on — sit down before you read this! — product.

For years, Burger King had placed its bets on edgy commercials by creative powerhouse Crispin Porter + Bogusky, targeting men in their teens and 20s. Crispin's campaigns got a lot of attention, and plaudits from the advertising community. Unfortunately, however, advertising awards don't necessarily translate into sales, and Burger King has been badly lagging main rival McDonald's. According to consulting firm Technomic, Burger King's same-store sales declined 6% in the first quarter; compare that to a 3% rise for Mc Donald's.

This discrepancy in performance is not the result of McDonald's having more "creative" advertising or a hipper mascot (Ronald Mc Donald is many things — hip he's not). But while Burger King was trying to sell consumers an edgy brand image, McDonald's focused on something much more mundane: selling burgers, fries and coffee. The rest is marketing history.

Now, under new ownership, and with a new management and marketing team, Burger King is focusing on what matters: updating the stores, fixing its food and changing its image. As Alex Maccedo, SVP, marketing, put it to USA Today: "People want a reason to go back to Burger King ... There are no plans to bring the King back anytime soon."

Along with new management, Burger King has also hired a new ad agency, McGarry Bowen. Mc Garry's ads are often derided in ad industry circles as conventional, formulaic and unhip. The criticism isn't entirely unjustified ... but who cares? Last I heard, advertising is not about creating art house shorts; it's about selling stuff. Against that standard, McGarry's work tends to perform well. A new campaign by McGarry, launching this weekend, will introduce the California Whopper, made with guacamole.

Whether the new burger will catch on remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure: the marketing campaign will give it a shot at success. The entire TV commercial will focus single-mindedly on sights and sounds of the burger's ingredients being washed and diced.

And amidst all this slicing and dicing, "the King" finds himself like Charles I and Louis XVI ... a head shorter.


It's good to be king, if just for a while

To be there in velvet, yeah, to give 'em a smile

It's good to get high and never come down

It's good to be king of your own little town.
- Tom Petty




I'll miss those goofy commercials.

Jquery / Multiple Buttons

06 August 2011 - 07:21 AM

I am trying to manipulate a table with Jquery - hiding certain rows upon a button click.

The table itself has 6 different class values. One class will always be displayed. I want to be able to hide any or all of the other 5 classes, and any combinations of them. I need a separate labeled button for each class.

The tutorials I have found (such as this one: http://www.w3schools...uery_hide_class) all show examples of 1 button, which I have been able to make work on my table.

But I am unable to add any other buttons - I can't figure out how to distinguish between different buttons.

I have tried name and id with no success.

An example that isn't working:


<input type='submit' name='hideP' id='hideP' value='Pop Culture' />
   	$("hideP").click(function(){
   	$(".P").hide(2000);
  	});
How do I have more than one button in Jquery?