Turn Your Honda Into A Bugatti Veyron?

Let’s face it. They don’t call it the 99% for nothing. Most of us see will never see the kind of wealth it takes to afford a Bugatti Veyron. This sort of unthinkable wealth is currently floating just off Venice … Read More

Liquid-Plumr Ad “Goes There”

I this found this “saucy number” over at AdWeek, have you seen it yet? “Liquid-Plumr has a product called Double Impact. So, really, what choice did DDB San Francisco have but to create the innuendo-stuffed spot below with a housewife … Read More

Face Scanning For Gender Biased Advertising

Science fiction is becoming fact, faster than you may think. It seems a children’s charity called Plan UK has a campaign, called “Because I Am a Girl,” to benefit female education in 3rd World countries. The ad will include a … Read More

Kellogg’s Twitter Marketing Is Totes Amazeballs

It seems Kellogg’s is a company that knows how to monitor twitter. The fun started with the lead singer of popular English, alternative, brit pop band The Charlatans, Tim Burgess. Probably while passing time on tour or something similar, he … Read More

Facebook’s “Giving” Apps

Even though people are divided on the new Facebook Timeline, along with it came something that you can’t deny is a good thing. You’ll find the first 3 portals for non-profits under the category of “Giving” in the new App … Read More

SurfEasy – Hiding Your Online Footprints

Recently, a friend of mine’s girlfriend got on his computer to look for a file and stumbled across his chat history. Uh- oh. Lets just say he was soon looking for a roommate, because she did not like what she … Read More

The Rise Of Social Curation / Commerce

Have you noticed more and more people talking about Pinterest lately? Do you think it’s just an online scrapbook or “vision board”? If that’s the case, think again: “Pinterest is the hottest thing in social content curation right now and … Read More

Bacteria-Killing Cold Plasma

This may well become a major break-through for the food industry. “A new proof-of-concept study conducted by food safety researchers at Drexel University in Philadelphia has demonstrated that plasma can be used to kill bacteria on uncooked poultry, vegetables and … Read More

iPads Take Hasbro Board Games To The Next Level

Wooo! Board games just got a whole bunch cooler. Hasbro has merged the  iPhone, iPad or iPod into the game play.  The utilization of these gadgets is a great idea. “The first enhanced title released is The Game Of Life … Read More

YouTube Interventions

Here’s something that takes viral marketing in an interesting direction. In fact, I’d go so far as to call it guerrilla marking. “Forever Wild, a rhino protection initiative created a campaign called “YouTube Interventions.” The insight was that people say … Read More