Weird relationship? Target and Prince.
Pray for brand loyalists or
BURN THE INFIDELS!!
A fantastic case study on the ARG marketing
campaign for Nine Inch Nails album.
Have you heard of Vive Cool City?
3 Melbourne blokes got sick of the crap on TV so they
enlisted their mates from around the world to help
create 3 minute episodes on the weird, the wonderful
and often downright confronting. Updated every Mon,
Wed, & Fri.
The “Best Of” clips are a good place to start.
Karaoke in the future is gonna be freakin’
awesome! (warning, may contain traces
of Celine Dion!)
Eminem releases drug drenched artwork for his
“comeback” album as well as a viral campaign
revolving around fictional Popsome Hills rehab
centre (say it quick). Does the world still care about
10 Japanese fashion and subculture trends…
some weird shit.
User controlled 360º motion in video clips FTW!
The Daft Punk 8‐bit videogame
Know Your Meme. Absolutely essential
education on THE GREATEST viral meme’s
of all time. This site only features the
best… and none of them have a
commercial purpose whatsoever.
Entertaining vids explain their history.
Don’t even try to “make viral” if you don’t
know your internet lolz.
The billionth app downloaded from the Apple
iTunes store. And it’s a good one.
An amazing time lapse journey from LA to
NYC from the back of a convertible.
Photo journalism of the G20 protests in London.
An intriguing new TVC for Mercedes.
“The Last Day Dream” a short moment commissioned
by 42 Below Vodka (though you wouldn’t know it).
Could have been a Lifebroker concept!
STILL don’t know WTF Twitter is? Every legit research
paper ever written on the subject. Meanwhile… News
on Aussie users logging off.
The Toyota “Why Not?” site is nice… but
looks and feels like something Honda
already did better.
Batman’s a pussy! A real life superhero alliance
patrolling the streets of America.
Video of the recent Carlton Draught
campaign to give away $100K and a new car.
Kinda surreal to watch a car falling from
This is the internet.
Filmmaker David Lynch likens idea generation
to going fishing.
The emergence of sad‐vertising.