Content Critique

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Against Nudity Content Critique

By: Augustin Kendall   |   February 24, 2012

If we accept the rule of double negative elimination, I am for nudity. Because I’m most certainly against AgainstNudity.com, a…

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Weekly Content Critique: Clorox Wipes

By: Augustin Kendall   |   February 17, 2012

Apropos of last month’s horror movie-inspired bloodbath theme, I investigated Clorox’s website this week. The company is taking content seriously,…

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Weekly Content Critique: Blood Bath Shower Gel

By: Augustin Kendall   |   February 3, 2012

If the Psycho shower curtain didn’t satisfy your lust for horror movie settings, add the Blood Bath shower gel to…

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Weekly Content Critique: Psycho Shower Curtain

By: Augustin Kendall   |   January 27, 2012

When I showed my mother a picture of the shower curtain I was getting for my new apartment, she said…

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Weekly Content Critique: Samsung HDTV

By: Augustin Kendall   |   January 20, 2012

Coincidentally, the product page for review this week is also for an HDTV: the Samsung LCD HDTV on B&H. It…

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Weekly Content Critique: The Sears Sceptre

By: Augustin Kendall   |   January 13, 2012

This page for a Sceptre 32-inch HDTV on Sears.com manages to capture everything I hate about retail. While browsing it, I…

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Weekly Content Critique: Taku Me, REI

By: Augustin Kendall   |   January 6, 2012

In honor of my visit to the mothership content26 office in December, I’m reviewing an REI product page today. They’re…

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Content Blooper #6: Crashable Hat

By: content26   |   January 3, 2012

  During these dreary winter months, it’s easy to get a little distracted at the office. For example: I’ve been…

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Content Blooper #5: Snooker Ling

By: Ryan Mallett   |   December 30, 2011

In case you hadn’t heard, there is a new tourism activity that is all the rage these days; it’s called…

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Content Blooper #4: Harvesting “Snow White”

By: Augustin Kendall   |   December 29, 2011

Count on Trader Joe’s to give sea salt whimsical origins involving “the work of the wind” and “the shining of…

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