Some popular advertisements and one you just have got to see
The bus shelters scored 15 million earned impressions for Netflix. (Source: AdAge)
German online car dealer (name translates to “webuyyourcar.com”) makes fun of on board direction systems and clarifies that the wife tells us where to go and gets 62 million views for doing so.
This ad for the Gerner Zipfeklatscher playing tonight at Munich’s Richels, didn’t get as many views for a very good reason, the club where the band plays tonight, Richels, 10 Richel Street won’t fit as many guests.
This tidy multiple extension socket is available in three colors. Each for $69.
Here is how the es01 works
The Swiss manufacturer of the much welcomed, non-smart mobile phone can also bring order to the all too common power cable chaos
Here’s what European offices like to do to hide the power cables of desktop equipment from view. They have service people run the cables underneath the tables, along their edges in grey rubber hoses. It keeps them from view but is a messy approach since with every move of equipment sevice people need be called for another installation. Quite an effort in workplaces with high turn around.
We believe privacy is a fundamental human right.(Apple)
Tim Cook’s cheeky recent remarks on privacy are either naive or dumb. Whatever the case, it makes him look like an ailing hypocrite. No?
To me, and we feel this very deeply, we think privacy is a fundamental human right. So that is the angle that we look at it. Privacy from an American point of view is one of these key civil liberties that define what it is to be American.
Tim Cook, Apple CEO.
We have always known to lead a good life with optical illusion and conctradiction.