Topic: Print

New Wired Editor Scott Dadich Likes to Blow Things Up

Condé Nast’s iPad guru puts his stamp on the iconic tech title

Specs Age 36 New gig Editor in chief, Wired Old gig Vp, editorial platforms and design, Condé Nast In your first editor’s letter, you said that you were planning to “blow some stuff up”…

Land Rover Imagines an Earth Made Entirely of Land Rovers

Italy and Florida don't survive the transition

Here's something you don't see every day: A print ad that imagines what the world map would look like if every land mass and topographical feature were shaped like the…

The Finalists

The short list for the year’s hottest media properties

For several weeks, Adweek has polled readers, collected audience and advertising data, and otherwise gauged brand performance and relevance to arrive at this short list of the hottest media properties.…

Meet the 'Glamour' Generation

Women's monthly embraces the millennial woman

Founded in 1939, Glamour has long seen its mission as empowering women, with uplifting stories, tips and advice. But if today’s women in their 20s and 30s are more likely to…

Notes on an Internship

A digital nativist tweets from the morgue

Going into an internship, one has these ridiculous ideas of what to expect. Either you’ll be thrown into the depths of hell by Miranda Priestly herself, or you’ll be warmly…

The Young Influentials

Adweek picks 20 under 40 who are wicked smart and rebooting your world

In the domains of media, marketing and technology, to be merely young and successful isn’t so remarkable. But to be influential—seriously influential—is something else altogether: to imagine the truly new…

Perspective: From Brick to Slick

Cellphones have changed a lot in 20 years, but the tactic used to sell them? That's still vintage 1988

Though Apple and the late Steve Jobs have been praised (with justification) for improving, streamlining, face-lifting and otherwise revolutionizing the cellphone, it’s only fair to note the one thing Jobs…

Tic Tac to Erect Interactive Billboard in Times Square

Augmented reality app will put consumers in a Times Square ad

Tic Tac will unveil a nearly 300-foot billboard in Times Square starting Monday (Feb. 14) that, when consumers scan it using thieir cell phone cameras and a dedicated mobile app,…

Perspective: College Daze

When it comes to selling parents on saving for college, there's just one thing you need to do: Freak them out

According to government statistics, the cost of housing, clothing and feeding one child until the age of 18 is just shy of $227,000—not including higher education. And that cost, as…