Creative advertising, zoo vs. children at home

  • May 8th, 2012
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I will never ever find visiting a zoo boring or old. I can count the number of times I visited one as a kid on one hand which is why I find this print campaign so awesome. Check it out, noises you hear at the zoo vs. noises you may hear at home with restless […]

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen vs. Terminator Salvation

Not much needs to be said here. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Terminator Salvation. Which one do you think will have a bigger box office turnout? Personally, I’m leaning more towards Transformers as my favorite of the two. Original video embeds were from Vimeo but were taken down.

Dog owners? Have you witnessed your best friend do this?

Syl and I have had our little rat terrier Boo for a little more than a year and a half. In that time, we’ve witnessed the usual sleep running but nothing to the extreme of that witnessed in this video of Bizkit. It’s hard not to laugh a little at the little guy who apparently […]

iTunes Genius a Dunce? Check out "ilikebsides"

When Apple announced the iTunes Genius Playlists, I was looking forward to "a brilliant way to create perfect playlists". I soon realized that the usefulness and value of the iTunes Genius was limited by two important factors: a) the size of your existing iTunes Library, and b) the dollar amount you were willing to spend […]

Xbox 360 experience is a great improvement, Sony fumbles

Microsoft deserves a pat on the back for pushing out an excellent update to the XBox experience last night. The svelte update was surprisingly quick – taking no more than a few minutes to complete. Watching the opening welcome screen reaffirmed my belief that Xbox team should really give more input concerning the OS side […]

Joost is turning heads, want an invite?

UPDATE: Joost loaded the invites pool. Nearly unlimited invites available as of this update. Drop your request in the comments and I’ll make sure to send the invites out as soon as possible. The closed beta (as of this posting) service Joost – from the creators of Skype – looks to be the hottest ticket […]

Life reviewed with Yelp.com

Personal accounts of experiences, rants, or raves are often deciding factors prior to stepping foot into a dining / retail establishment or completing a business transaction. Not surprising considering the fact that as humans, we all appreciate certain levels of service and are often turned-off by anything less. Why go through the hassle or apprehension […]

Amazon offers Nintendo Wii’s, fails to deliver?

UPDATE: New York Times interview with Missing From Internet: Avid Shoppers’ Sharp Elbows [Screenshot or Print Version] November 19th has come and, for the most part, past. While I admit to having passed on the idea of acquiring a slick Sony PS3 ($500) console, my goal was to end the day with an even slicker […]

Retro Flying Toasters lives!

I’m proud to announce a little weekend project that UNEASYsilence has been working on over the past few weeks. In an attempt to reinvigorate the classic After Dark screensavers, UNEAYsilence has compiled a Flying Toasters screensavers clone from way back when computer geeks wore pocket protectors, Windows was the de facto operating system, and cool […]