ASK I: “I need a match?”

A: I am on a mission. I need a match?

Q: Your week is a rendezvous with peaks and valleys.

The usual happens between strangers.

Think of the first week of a final exam.

Enjoy the journey between – like souls.

It’s is always a date in Manhattan.

Lay. Fall. Sweat. Love. Your shoes or boots walk on.

Have your hair.

Blow out a ring of streets.

Don’t forget your neck.

Faint flat with a puff.

Be modest with a cross.

Wrap Fall in a sweater.

Narrow.

Pan.

Frame your pretty ear and wear out a lure.

Flow and sense.

Security May, be delightful!


blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri,” Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 11/13/14

in situ, below …

newspaper blackout

Ask I: “Would it be better to expand?”

Q: I have a body. I guess. It’s too tight. Would it be better to expand?

A: Typically, you should accommodate your body.

Cut down a pear well aware of your apple.

Present other challenges to complicate.

Fix ruin.

Buy two sizes of arm.

Stretch the arm that can’t be recut.

Return the arm you don’t want.

One figure is a variation of a line.

Keep tape handy and watch it.

Cut through the torso – up or down – surely.

Our bodies are a map.

Still need.

A mode of perfect is best.

Plan on a least half.

A difficult jacket could be good pants.

Avoid the egg heap.

Top crop, eat in!


blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri,”, Teri Again, The Wall Street Journal, 9/25/14.

in situ, below…

erasure poem

Ask I: “My husband is the right shoes?”

Q: My husband is the right shoes?

A: Instincts are needs? Think narrower.

Demand a cleaner, sleeker wing.

You might have long lacks of comfort.

Wear that good water.

Lash the top of the foot while hopping.

Try on a full-length mirror.

Adapt to your height.

Build a balance of one thing.

Know toes look best with toes with feet.

Let’s hear it for driving a van well sockless!

Don’t forget to absorb perspiration.

Love mad variations of desert.

Speak of boots with boots.

Gore the Beatles, fit the bill!


blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri”, Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, date forgotten

in situ, below…

newspaper blackout

ASK I: “I seem old fashioned to a camel?”

Q: I am basically a hand I carry. I seem old fashioned to a camel?

A: My foremost observation is grown not only in stature, but in size.

Load a thick wallet.

Phone an air ballet.

Walk wonder pale.

Think by adding color.

Bag a bright snake.

Complement a peach.

Dress much better than you rust.

Bag novelty like a trying match.

Another summer? Solution: carry two!

Leave the coat lighter.

Get into the habit of depending on a smaller light.

Load a flat bill.

Only a few keys ring? Don’t give up your search for the perfect light.

Show wear, become standard!


blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri”, Teri Agins, “The Wall Street Journal”, 4/16/14.

in situ,below …

newspaper blackout

Target: Ark (Part X) “o by oz”

The new obituary of
the noise has always
fascinated me.

Many years ago,
I was bought for the movies.
I was ever made.

Alas, I bang a giant table
so it produces
a rich, gorgeous sound.

The Drum

I was continually delighting.
I looked like during –
and just after – World War II,

upbeat and
effusive, but
not believable.

In all the years I read,
I never thought I could
deliver all sound.

I did not have external speakers.
The sound to my mind
was all I would have.

My Accident

I blind a perfectionist
and a devotee of classical music
by inferior sound.

I engineer –
in realized experienced,
in indirect meaning.

I bounce off the wall and the ceilings
before reaching
the realization.

I form early
stereo based on
“psycho-sound.”

I design multiple surrounding walls,
rather than listen to the sound and,
in essence, the larger sound.

Holy shit!
Of course –
no walls, ceiling and floor!

David Ogilvy Here

“I do not regard entertainment
an art form, but as a medium
of information.

“When I don’t want you to
tell me that you find it,
I want you to find it.

“‘Let
us
march!'”


blackout composition – Source: “Bose Ads Created by Bozos,” by Denny Hatch, Target Marketing, September 2013, p. 34.

Part 10 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

Target: Ark (Part IX) “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”

“In 1960, there were five channels.”

This is an interesting statement I recently took.

A line has become such. The mixing of a line and line becomes more a holistic view of the interaction – if that’s what you have in mind.

1. Identify object and fit

The notion of having a house is obvious. It is critical you start building the attributes that you need on your line. For example, if your line is word-of-mouth, then content may be critical. If your line is to understand, then you want to integrate line and line as your communications apply your line to prove the act is just as important as both your line and line.

2. Gap

So, what do you have? Where? What form? Structured? Multi-structured? Unstructured? Etc.?

Make a list and a fair counterpart (or, if you are not technical enough – you).

Once you have you, identify what you don’t have.

Line a much longer line. It’s the line!

3. You Need

You don’t currently have. Sometimes it is easy enough to acquire. Other times it’s not so easy.

If obtainable, create a plan to start acquiring. You’ll have!

4. Decide B

Before you answer your questions, make the decision, and, more importantly, what you want to do with it.

Dictate what type of structure you should build on a structure and work with structure.

If you are multi-structured and/or unstructured, you should examine the structured unstructured or explore multi-structured unstructured talking.

5. Keep Up!

Line or line, structured or unstructured…honestly capturing, managing, reporting is lacking magic.

Have you
experienced yourself
missing,
dirty,
untruthful,
incomplete,
and so on?

6. The Tea

In the world
it’s all about –
things.

But –

I
would not
shy away from
a critical place
for gathering.
 


blackout composition, source: “The Great Data Divide”, Cassandra Liu, Target Marketing, September 2013, pp. 29-30.

Part 9 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

Target: Ark (Part VIII) “I Lope”

I pull out two powerful letters, the “E” and the “R”. Using those two letters:

RE
RE
RE
RE
RE
RE
RE

and

ER
ER
ER
ER
ER

We spend our time
using words as lenses
to examine our existing.

We can go one better:
one better than one
better than one better than.

It’s pushing
a few days
in order?

Action
or even more
action?

Like yogurt?
Like driving loads?
Like flour?
Just how many more?

First, make the niches
the game and stay
one step ahead of
the target.

It’s important to
continuously
interrogate
the Hemisphere.

And write:
“Maybe stories
are just storytellers
remixing data to
reconnect with the Other.”

Pushing clothing?
Shopping in New York City Windows?
What fun!

Add to the “share-worthy” story:

“Saturday has given its bed beyond,
examples of timely mini-experiences
pop up to a seamless ‘surrounded’
and ‘always on.'”

“Moving beyond
expands to be
the ‘go-to’ ‘one-stop’
a step further.”

“Curate that
‘Chock-Full of Eye With a Twist.'”

Describe it:

“Welcome to a kind experience that gives guests the opportunity to see what it’s really like to ‘live’ their own personalities ‘living’ in custom-designed experiences 24 hours a day and shop and win more Kitty Violet magic of close encounters.”

Smart rage
the social joy
that interest brings
by referencing.

(spoke geolocating)
 

What is
the most
conscious might?

Truly?

Care?

Quirky ice cream
churned perfectly –
one better
than one
better!

Might examples inspire you
to strengthen your hours and
play Scrabble and see how
you might just truly matter?


blackout composition – Source: ”Pushing the Envelope,” Andrea Syverson, Target Marketing, September 2013, pp. 25-26, 30.

Part 8 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series below…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

Target: Ark (Part VII) “Op Ail”

Welcome to the brand-
new list we are. Who’s
this list as well as other
lists combined with in-
formation What has com-
piled – the most complete
library of the world?

Simply put, this year’s list
is more of a reflection of
the average chart rather than
a more accurate reflection
of a stream.

In this case, looking right,
you’ll recognize some sense
and appear frequently strong.

2012 was political,
but we’ve moved!

While a mix is evident,
the weight changed
quite a bit – toward the top
and sliding back a bit.

The 50 now are six!
(This is consistent with
opening the floodgates).

It’s important to note society
has largely ended
(our Sister will keep tabs
on how this plays out).

Addition suffered a drop in
inclusion for the first time.

Business still relies – heavily –
on industries.

Companies made
themselves
known
in every state
going out the door.

Also fittingly asserted itself “compared to.”

It’s no surprise that nearly every week showed up, in part,
indicative of the world.

Closed to “get new?”

The Money

Going forward,
“no matter how much”
will be a constant theme
and reality.

Continue to be a “tree”
from which all the other branches
can guess.

Cards are played right.
Don’t believe me? Check the other channel.

Shift the story somewhat,
but not necessarily in the way
that most would expect –
in fact expected to expect.

Most importantly:
the big money in first place
wins again (yes, that is hard to
beat).
Next up is third place to fifth.
In other words, salt.

Per Dust?

Who’s What?
More than and?

Cat LOGS!

The presence of so much…
For the dead can do it all.
Just don’t tell that to Daedalus.

“Vice.”

The presence of the drop
now takes up 7.3% of the stream.
Alongside that drop, fewer
and far fewer surge.

1. American America, Discover Delaware!

In an E

Ail of all ail – crease!

control more
frequently repeat
the time
the year
before

personalize
the self
decreased to
a measly plunge

1. Direct Life, Farm Life and Liberty

“Profit!”

Profits keep chugging along. The strategy and tactics didn’t change much.

1. The American Olympics for the Prevention of American Cruelty to the Humane

Publish:

Hard-hit reality
is reflected in
the decline
in a drop

That
doesn’t
mean
hope.

1. time
illustrated
the room,
the New Money.

(consume nutrition).

-Ology

A relatively small – but consistent – part remained steady (which appears to be a theme).

Point to the self more often.

1. Communication communications
cast communications.

Next!

[(-(Ravel)-)]

The smallest of the here
remain consistent
from year to year –
generally hovering.

Plummet
to
travel!

1. Crystal Princess Norwegian Viking and American Holland

blackout composition – Source: “Top 50 Mailers”, Ethan Boldt, Target Marketing, September 2013, pp. 14-22.

Part 7 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series below…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

Target: Ark (Part VI) “I For All”

For the last two or three years, TV and blogs have been proclaiming “this is the year.”

Well, it’s now 2013 and we can all agree that this is not a fad. In fact, it’s pretty much the dominant force in many facets of explaining why there really hasn’t been a lot of focus on how we have seen what is needed, especially for small needs and how these needs can be addressed through the process I’d like to use – my past experience.

Step 1

The first step is simply you – what you are currently doing, what you is doing and what you are doing. Once you have this information, you can ignore or plan for the near future.

Begin by taking a view of your motions. Are they able? Do they end? That is an excellent choice – if you have the budget.

If you don’t have money, figure out how to make lives easier. This isn’t hard; it’s simply asking along the way.

Check the middle of the ice. Gather an honest assessment of right and wrong and, most importantly, what!

Step 2

The second step of the process is taking the low-hanging fruit you modify and creating new ones that make a variety of things.

Your future focus? Function through a great experience quickly and easily, preferably with the use of only thumbs. Constant feedback can be seen on your mind!

Step 3

The third and final step never stops.

This can be done in two different ways. The first is through exciting. The second is internal “brain thinking.”

You gap because change must be an ongoing!


blackout composition – Source: “Mobile for All,” Fernando Espejel, Target Marketing, Sept. 2013, pp 12-13.

Part 6 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series below…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

Target: Ark (Part V) – “mate!”

Dawn Thought: I knew pretty much all I know almost nothing about.

At the top of the list, I knew a hot vague notion of my foggy best. So I turned to automation – the use of technology to generate, nurture and drive behavior.

Automation automatically delivers
an action such as automation.

According to automation,
automation makes processes more efficient
by automating.

Automation is
automation to accomplish more,
get done,  improve  and make time.

According to automation,
automation automated
automation.

In my opinion,
90% of automation?
Rather automated.

Recall a time never completed;
the next day,
receive another opportunity.

A typical automation might be
automated sequences,
a series of logical steps.

(You should always
jump ahead
a step.)

Automation is often
missing in
standalone you.

The greatest danger
of automation
is automation.

For instance, automation
limited to
automation.

One becomes an accepted automation,
a box held together by a paperclip
in the shape of an ear that says “hear.”

For automation,
use automation to automate
what to automate.

The automated steps in automation include
determining actions that can be automated,
determining your automation.


blackout composition – Source: “Au-to-mate!,” Bob Bly, Target Marketing, September 2013, p. 10-11.

Part 5 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series below…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

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