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This print ad by Ogilvy & Mather for India positions Glaxo's Eno antacid as the pure white daisy in the muzzle of an assault rifle of tasty pain. The Dorito gunsight...damn. [Coloribus via Kottke]
Brand Keys, a market research company, did a direct comparison of Microsoft and Apple ads over the last two months. Aside from the obvious conclusions, Amy Shea, executive VP of Brand Keys, had this to say in reference to the fabled WTF-worthy Gates/Seinfeld clip:
Good work, Peek ad wizards: in honor of Barack Obama Day, anyone living at a 1600 address in the states can get a free Peek. There are deals for the rest of us, too.
I like this move: The OLPC team, tired of their message being co-opted by geeks worrying about what operating system to install, have raised the stakes in a new web video.
Microsoft's bait-and-switch campaign for Vista, the "Mojave Experiment," is baffling. I was dumbstruck when I first saw it earlier this week, and I continue to be dumbstruck. Why base a campaign around the core assumption that everyone thinks your product sucks, and that people who have felt wronged by Vista are…
Sure it's an ad, but taking over your office building's lighting system en masse with an army of thirsty friends as an homage to every Irishman's favorite stout is a pretty refreshing dream while you're pinned inside your cubicle. Now if we could just do this with a massive INSTEON installation-then we'd be set. Check…
While the first go-round pretty much looked like a few dudes running around Tokyo with a Handycam, this new release's production value has upped considerably—complete with faux-vintage film grain look and a kickin' soundtrack. We've also got a cute maid from a maid cafe, spam puns, an evil botnet named Botlas and a…