Google Maps still has the ability to surprise and reward those who are prepared to explore – above ground or underwater. That’s great web-design, content and conversation strategy. A literal “deep dive” for the seriously engaged. See what (and who!) you can find by clicking this link https://www.google.com/maps?ll=26.551294,-82.624532&spn=0.18,0.3&cbll=26.551294,-82.624532&layer=c&panoid=OfNKVnUILnUAAAGuvUsr7A&cbp=,91.29,,0,-0.0&output=classic
In getting himself fired from Two and a Half Men, this privileged child of the media’s sprawling entertainment Empire has now become its most gifted prankster. And now Sheen has embraced the post-Empire, making his bid to explain to all of us what celebrity means in that world. Whether you like it or not is […]
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“A boy’s best friend is his mother.” Psycho (1960) If We Dont, Remember Me is a beautiful, poignant and not un-creepy collection of film clip GIFs and quotes. I’ve put the freakiest ones after the jump, but there’s a sexy one in there for you too.
Also posted in Blogs, Films
Useful reference of “interesting” and “creative” things currently being memed around the internet. The usual augmented reality, word-clouds, projections and interactive videos are paired with new examples, grouped into areas of Audio, Movies, Visual, Art, Physical, Light, Tech, Politics, Sport, Books, History, and of course straight up, old fashioned, Advertising.
Somebody send us some 3D glasses…
How much money does Carlton Kanye West spend in an average week? And on what, exactly? Well, thanks to his Twitter updates, NYMag has done the maths. (BTW, if I was #KanyeRich, I’d buy that sofa. And them Dries shoes too. Just saying.) yooooooo it’s been a busy day.. heading to Asia now… I’ll get […]
Following a number of enlightening blog posts on what international relations (IR) theory has to say on the matter of zombies and zombie attacks (e.g. 1, 2, 3) Daniel Drezner (Professor of International Politics, Tufts University) has now got a feature in Foreign Policy titled “Night of the living Wonks” which is worth reading for […]
Courtesy of Palladium: Pirate radio is everywhere in London, born in the 60’s from rusting anti-aircraft towers in the mouth of the Thames. Today’s broadcasts are hidden in plain sight, transmitting from secret tower block studios via homemade rooftop antennas. We put our boots on and went exploring. Interesting, for you marketer peoples, is to […]