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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Reporters Without Borders Make Dictators Speak Truth

Press campaign for Reporters without Borders that makes Dictators speak the truth about what is going on in their countries with the use of simple augmented reality.

The campaign was created by Publicis Brussels

Friday, April 29, 2011

A Toronto Art Director you have to Love

Art Director Sean Ohlenkamp's created a unique anniversary gift for his wife.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

American Airlines Flash Mob Post- Be careful what you ask for.

When American Airlines wanted to announce 10 new destinations out of Los Angeles, a flash mob sounded like a great idea. Forty dancers put smiles on many faces.

But once the video was posted on YouTube, AA opened up the comments by asking what type of video content everyone would like AA to produce.

The top comment posted by Feralnerd reads,

"I have a ZANY wacky social media idea for you! It's pretty out there but here goes: what if you got people to fly with you by...having better service, and lower prices? WHAT A WACKY GIMMICK THAT WOULD BE!"

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Foursquare-Check in for Food for Fido

Foursquare conditions dog masters to check-in for Dog food

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Devo Interactive Video- Click and move to buy things

In the video, you control where to go and what to see. You can click to buy things too.

You are the director

Saturday, April 16, 2011

The Better Marriage Blanket

According to the commercial it makes a great gift for a wedding or anniversary. Better send one off to the Royals!

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Used car compared to a woman?

Dale Wurfel's Used Car ad in the London Free Press reads, "You know you are not the first. But do you really care."


Monday, April 4, 2011

Wife Says no to Ipad 2 but Apple says Yes!

According to Macrumors, a man who returned his iPad 2 to Apple with a note saying "Wife said no." ended up with it being returned to him with a note from Apple, "Apple said Yes."

Apparently the apple employees were amused at the reason, and the higher ups at Apple decided to have some fun, and get some great PR along the way.