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P&G Targets the 'Family Man' - Posted January 13, 2011
P&G's site ManoftheHouse.com targets men. More specifically, Jeannie Tharrington, a spokeswoman for P&G productions tells the Times, "What we are trying to do i... [FishbowlDC]

PRNewser Recap: What You Missed Over the Past Couple of Weeks - Posted January 3, 2011
If you were on vacation or delayed by the snow (we got three extra cold days in St. Augustine, FL) then you may have missed some of the news that brought 2010 to a close. Here's a quick recap. Vajacials... [FishbowlDC]

Thrillist's Lerer: NY 'Becoming a More Viable Place' to Launch a Tech Business - Posted December 22, 2010
Five years ago, Thrillist was a start up company, a rare thing in New York. These days, start ups aren't just for Silicon Valley. "New York is only getting stronger and becoming more viable as a place to start a technology-based business," Ben Lerer, co-founder of Thrillist says in today's ... [FishbowlDC]

Thrillist's Lerer Gives Us the Scoop on Thrillist Rewards - Posted December 21, 2010
Thrillist launched five years ago and continues to grow. The daily e-newsletter for men introduced a redesigned website this week. And earlier this year, Thrillist acquired JackThreads. Thrillist Rewards, which will focus on creating experiences, is "launching quietly," co-founder Ben Lerer tells us in today's Media Beat interview. Even with all of... [FishbowlDC]

Thrillist's Ben Lerer: Guys Like 'All the Things You Assume...But Hope They Won't' - Posted December 20, 2010
The following is a post from PRNewser's Tonya Garcia. Thrillist was started by two guys - recent college grads - who felt there wasn't a resource for cool gadgets, restaurants, and other lifestyle topics that resonated with them. "We w... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Thrillist's Ben Lerer: Guys Like 'All the Things You Assume...But Hope They Won't' - Posted December 20, 2010
Thrillist was started by two guys - recent college grads - who felt there wasn't a resource for cool gadgets, restaurants, and other lifestyle topics that resonated with them. "We were reading a bunch of city guides that weren't speaking our language," Ben Lerer, co-founder of Thrillist told us in part one... [FishbowlDC]

The Webby Awards Adds Category for Mobile Apps - Posted September 14, 2010
Apps for hand-held and tablet devices will be a part of the 15th Annual Webby Awards, which set an early entry deadline of Oct. 29, with nominations to be announced in April and the winners to be... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

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