Thursday, September 27, 2012
The fact that it's on Spotify makes me a bit sad. Can't get that here in South Africa. Good thing I have my Nike Fule Band. Just saying, Reebok. Just saying. Though good on ya for using the awesome peeps at Deep Local to build the LED motion sensitive boxes. They're awesome and super nice people too.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 8:35 PM
Posted by He who says hmm... at 2:14 PM
This is one of the smartest ideas I've seen in a while. Using the 404 Not Found page on your site as a space for missing children posters. It's called the NotFound project and with our help, a difference can be made. Simply install their application from their site and a picture of a missing child automatically gets published on every ‘404 page not found’ of your website. Clever.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 2:09 PM
Folks, here we have a most impressive site that you just have to see. Looks like it was all done in HTML 5 but besides that, it'is one of the raddest, most interesting and beautifully designed sites I've ever seen. It's a seemingly endlessly animating infographic about how we consume water. I know, I know... sounds preachy, but it's just too flippen interesting to feel preachy. You gotta check it out. via Alex Bogusky
Posted by He who says hmm... at 6:51 AM
Send this on to anyone who needs their day lifted just that little bit. You'll feel better for doing so.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 6:37 AM
To launch their newest Bubbly Mint flavour, Cadbury decided to send some to their biggest fans and invite them to taste it live on Google+ Hangout. The result is all rather silly really, but fun and I have to say, endearing to the brand. There's something lovely about watching people enjoying their first taste of something delicious. Apparently the Hangout lasted 30 minutes. Thankfully they cut it down to 3. Oh, if you live in the UK, you can join in on their next one. Click here to find out how. That said, imagine if Jose Cuervo did something like this with a new tequila. That'd be amazeballs to watch. Hehe. Nudge nudge, wink wink, Jose.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 6:11 AM
To celebrate Coke FM's one year anniversary, JWT Brazil created a series of print executions that allows you to turn a simple magazine into an amplifier for your iPhone. Clever.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 5:56 AM