I keep to myself in cabs. But one thing that gets my attention is a driver with a neck tattoo telling me that he just got out of jail after 10 years and that the cop behind is making him nervous. And especially when he starts a police chase while yelling "I can't go back." I thought this was the end.
The aircraft known in popular culture as the stealth bomber was built with nearly a decade of work, billions of dollars, and total secrecy from the U.S. government. Even the contractors who worked on it didn't always know what it was. So how did a Japanese carmaker reveal it before the Air Force?
The Newton might be in the valley between an iPhone and Apple's upcoming tablet, but it's essentially Apple's first stab at the form factor. And here's how they promoted it.
According to this Japanese advertisement, a woman died in an asthma attack. But one force in the electronic world was strong enough to pull her back from the other side. (Any guesses?) Spoiler:
Microsoft's once again going for the cute-little-girl route for their "I'm a PC" ads. And while this girl is cute, she's not quite as cute as the first.
We know it can be difficult to differentiate between endless mounds of faceless electronics to pick the perfect gift. Luckily, a recent Best Buy podcast was quite specific as to exactly which products are best.
There's nothing quite like the ego boost of looking at an old computer ad. Without doing absolutely anything remarkable, you get to laugh at the accomplishments of yesteryear that got us where we are today.
As part of a unique promotional campaign, Right Guard has deployed "Pitvertisers"—a crew of people on the street armed with LCD televisions sewn into the deepest pits of their shirts. So the next you're on the train and wonder who is emanating that awful advertisement, you'll see that, oh, it's that douchebag playing…
Wherever this place is, Cisco, we never want to live here. Or visit. Or accidentally drive through on the way to work. [As seen on Crunch]
In one of the cleverer advertisements we've seen of late, Leica is proposing that you "see it in more detail" with their D-Lux 3 by placing a pixelated dog in various real world scenes. It's a strangely effective technique, but we can't believe that someone would be so cruel to do that to a dog. Shame on you, Leica.…
When most DVDs are released, production studios put up some posters and run a few television spots. However, when ThunderCats Season 2 hits store shelves...lets just say Lion-O isn't settling for an afternoon at Kinko's. Instead, he boldly emblazons the ThunderCats signal onto London's Houses of Parliament. While some…
You'll probably be seeing Apple's newest "Vista Sucks, OS X Rules Your Face" ad, starring hilarious John Hodgman and perpetually besmirked Justin Long all over the web soon. Basically, the banner keeps pulling up bad Vista quotes as Hodgman hammers the emergency banner refresh, but neither of them are from actual…