(1). An unnecessary (but sonecessary) document a company uses to tout previous accomplishments and put stars in the eyes on new prospects so that they hire them. Usually they are only created around well-known brands, because nobody cares that you helped that company down the hall do great…what do those guys do again? Something with David Bowie memorabilia right?
“We’d like to show you acase study that we did for a company that sells David Bowie memorabilia. Wait a minute, Mike! I told you to make a case study for the Chloé site, not the David Bowie site! When we get back to the office we’re gonna be making some ch ch ch changes!”
(1). The annual celebration of the United States’ independence from its doddering, old father, England. It’s also the day when your neighbor gets to (once again) try to blow his hand off by shooting off insanely illegal fireworks in what seems to be the general direction of your house.
“Hey, Tom. I’m going to try to bug out at one o’clock today. Want to beat the traffic out of the city, if I can, Oh, before you leave, could you put together that P and L report for the board and circulate it to everyone? Shouldn’t take more than five or six hours, I would think. Happy Fourth of July!”