The Internet is always hungry. And lately it's been feasting on the viral news of a cheeseburger-stuffed pizza served by United Arab Emirate branches of Pizza Hut. Delicious? Of course. Healthy? Who cares!? First described by the food blog Serious Eats, the pizza features nubs on the edge of the crust stuffed with mini-cheeseburgers and a topping of cheeseburgers, Thousand Island dressing, cheese, lettuce, and tomato.
Herman Cain's 9-9-9 plan is is the legislative equivalent of Subway's $5 footlong campaign or Domino's 5-5-5 deal. It's sharply marketed to the fast food nation (just don't look too close at what's inside).
Restaurants are joining up with a program that requires them to make a 600-calorie meal available for kids. How are they going to trick kids into ordering that, and when do we get a healthy solution for grown-ups?
In this excerpt from his book, "The Communicators: Leadership in the Age of Crisis," author Richard S. Levick contrasts how Burger King and Technorati responded to critical comments on websites—and how you "do not play around on the Internet."