Who can resist a good old-fashioned teaser? I spotted this on the subway platform…
To be honest I am still none the wiser … I assume there is a big reveal coming up.
I confess I am a sucker for those videos/ apps where you can upload your own image into a movie. Oddcast have taken it one stage further with a Second Life looking feat of 3d CGI. Here’s “my” movie for BBC3’s “Spooks” viral effort:
Featuring a keyboard that hangs in front of the “chatter” and a giant illuminated speech bubble overhead, the wearer can type any message and have it show up in lights.
Business Week has invited Johnny Vulkan to discuss his view on the year in advertising (2007). The mate o’ mine and partner at Anomaly painted a none-too rosy picture of the sector.
Yesterday, Google introduced their latest social media heavy-hitter: Knol, a free, user-generated information database that puts an emphasis on the user (and a bit of social networking).
Google’s 2007 Year-End Zeitgeist offers a narrow but telling window into what topics, stories, and searches topped their charts this past year, from Anna Nicole Smith to Club Penguin.
Rather than retain an expensive ad agency, media agency Good Stuff have persuaded Ann Summers that they don’t need a traditional creative agency. Instead they have asked the creative classes to join their freelance creative roster.