archiving the day

My name is Phillip. I'm a the associate director of account planning at an "internet" advertising agency called Razorfish in New York. I've worked for retail giants, pro-sports teams, electronics companies, on big american cars, and come up with quite a few inappropriate ideas for male hygiene products. My job entails explaining social concepts and trying to generally be "up" on stuff like trends, people's habits, media, the things that may interest my clients (especially when they have no idea how it would interest them). I live in the East Village and like attend loud concerts as well as quiet ones. Food and drink is also a big part of my off time pursuits.

This is some of the stuff I run into on a daily basis.

"the way to be interesting is to be interested" -R. Davies, Important ad guy

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My Email: phillip(dot)t(dot)lee(at)gmail(dot)com

The nature of our growth today is markedly different than in the decades after World War II. There we had shared prosperity. More recently, what we’ve had is exactly the opposite. … Right now, most Americans are worse off than they were 15 years ago. There has not been shared prosperity. Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz argues that widely unequal societies don’t function effectively or have stable economies and that even the rich will pay a steep price if economic inequalities continue to worsen. (via nprfreshair)

(via nprfreshair)

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