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Daily Deals: Madboy: My Journey from Adboy to Adman and Buzzwords

Madboy: My Journey from Adboy to AdmanToday Amazon gives you an another opportunity to take good book with great discount. If you are connected to or interesting in advertising or marketing this book is for your: Madboy: My Journey from Adboy to Adman. This book was written by Richard Kirshenbaum and costs  $1.99.

A thrilling and irreverent memoir about the transformation of the advertising business from the 1980s to today
Richard Kirshenbaum was born to sell. Raised in a family of Long Island strivers, this future advertising titan was just a few years old when his grandfather first taught him that a Cadillac is more than a car, and that if you can’t have a Trinitron you might as well not watch TV. He had no connections when he came to Madison Avenue, but he possessed an outrageous sense of humor that would make him a millionaire.
In 1987, at the age of twenty-six, Richard put his savings on the line to launch his own agency with partner Jonathan Bond, and within a year, had transformed it from a no-name firm into the go-to house for cutting-edge work. Kirshenbaum and Bond pioneered guerilla marketing by purchasing ad space on fruit, spray-painting slogans on the sidewalk, and hiring actors to order the Hennessy martini in nightclubs. They were the bad boys of Madison Avenue—a firm where a skateboarding employee once bowled over an important client—but backed up their madness with results.
Packed with business insight, marketing wisdom, and a cast of characters ranging from Princess Diana to Ed McMahon, this memoir is as bold, as breathtaking, and as delightful as Richard himself.

Buzzwords

 

Also you can download the game from Amazon for free. It is name is Buzzwords.

Don’t Say That Word!

Buzzwords turns the art of description into a fun and hilarious party game. You’re trying to get your teammates to guess a specific word. The tough part involves the words you’re NOT allowed to use. Each word comes with five “buzzwords” that happen to be the most common clues related to that word. Naturally, you’re not permitted to say any of the buzzwords.

For example, for the word “bankruptcy”, you can’t say the words “debt”, “money”, “loan,” “file”, or “broke” to your teammates. Now just try to describe the concept of bankruptcy without these obvious clues.

Move It or Lose It

If you do use any of those forbidden words, you get buzzed and you lose the turn. You’ll soon discover it’s an absolutely mind-blowing, frustrating, and uproarious challenge to get your teammates to guess your word without those five common clues.

If you simply can’t describe the word successfully to your teammates, tap on Skip to go to the next word. But you better hurry up! You have a limited amount of time to get your teammates to guess the correct word.

Customize Your Game

The team that successfully guesses the most words by the final round wins. Play with up to four teams, and set the number of turns each team will take (2, 4, 6, or 8 turns). You can also customize the length of time per turn (30, 60, or 90 seconds), and play with or without the Skip button.

Buzzwords comes with 1,000 word cards, and the option to use Gesture to mark cards during a turn. Choose team colors and create custom team names, and review and modify cards after each turn if needed. For added quiz show realism, install Buzzwords on a second smartphone so you can buzz your opponents if they say a buzzword.

Party Time

If you enjoy party word games such as Taboo, Charades, and Pictionary, Buzzwords should be invited to your next get-together. Match your verbal and vocabulary wits with your friends, and get buzzing.