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Interview with Crossy Road creators as app goes A...
... spoke to didn’t quite share the vision for a game that has now enjoyed over 10 million downloads since it launched a mere four weeks ago. It’s probably not quite at the level of the guy that...
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2014: The Year of Outrage
... dismay, although they were quite right on First Amendment grounds. This was a strange case where an outrage was begun by two publications, but it then spun freely off to feed itself on social...
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Naked in Detroit: Art or exploitation?
IS REWARDING. THE END RESULT IS LIKE AN OASIS OF BEAUTY. AMIDST THE CHAOS AND DESTRUCTION. POSTS ADS FOR LOCAL MODELS AND SAID HE HAS NO PROBLEM LINING WOMEN UP TO TAKE OFF THEIR CLOTHES IN...
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Positive prankvertising takes off in WestJet's wa...
... the rest of us in a trend that’s become known unofficially as Punk’d with Positivity. The ads and videos that capture these stunts are now a seasonal staple, with more brands jumping into...
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5 top franchises 2014
... attributes. In addition to a proven affordable business model, rock solid start-up support, where original business owners (franchisers), helps new owners (franchisees), with site selection,...
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Yahoo!7 flags native ads, digital mags and news d...
Yahoo!7 flags native ads, digital mags and news digest as growth areas for 2015 The CEO of digital joint venture Yahoo!7 has lifted the lid on his 2015 growth strategy arguing native advertising,...
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Heroes, princesses, first kisses: 10 most memorab...
Moving, provocative and inspiring – we pick the 10 best ads of 2014 that make you watch from beginning to end. The best advertisements don’t tell you what you already know – they make you want to...
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East Village Filipino food tour
... mainstream These clothing designers have to think about pattern, fabric and fit — as well as where to put the poo bags. Creating on-trend outfits is a whole different animal for pet fashion...
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Microsoft likens Google to knucklehead, then chan...
... language was felt to be more than a touch heavy-handed. It's instructive that the Scroogled ads have been retired since Satya Nadella took over as CEO. Try going to the old Scroogled.com and...
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Is 2015 Going to Be the Year of the Robot?
... they would feel comfortable buying a coffee machine from a robot. In an industry where all things are heading programmatic, is this just another example, albeit, in retail form,...
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5 Ways Television Changed Dramatically in 2014
... Hulu are much harder to track with cookies because you aren't in your browser. And that's where a huge, valuable chunk of viewing takes place. So Nielsen (which suffered a serious black eye...
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Adler's 'Destination Solar System' a stunning tou...
... brilliance by the Grainger's leading-edge projectors (8K capabilities, for the spec-heads out there; the theater opened in 2011), the storyline asks viewers to imagine they are in 2096,...
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Honda, Crayola, Carmex And More Advertisers Pull ...
... program, however, we are in process of pulling our ad dollars from VH-1. We’ll be pulling our ads from VH1 until the program is pulled in order to join our voice with many of our...
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Chinese Android phone maker hides secret backdoor...
... much less authorization. So far, the backdoor has been used to serve up unsolicited ads and install apps without user approval, said Olson, who speculated that both were being done for...
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SlingShot Boomerangs Back to Bend
... than the sum of its parts. The film was warmly received at the recent BendFilm Festival, where we caught up with producer Barry Opper. Source Weekly:It is interesting using a documentary...
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Mobile-Ad Innovator Explains How To Catch Tech Wa...
... to woo them onsite right away. Decisive also provided detailed, real-time information about where mobile ads would be appearing, and a sophisticated dashboard that let business customers...
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Video Startup Revamps Space Contest After Virgin ...
... small sample of astronaut food and information about the contest. The company is also running ads on Adweek.com to promote the campaign. Brands like GE have already used Zero-G to create some...
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Secretive groups ran $25M in ads for state races
WASHINGTON (AP) - Shadowy outside groups broadcast an estimated $25 million worth of political ads on local TV stations with a goal of shaping state-level elections this year, and their full roster of...
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Attention, Filmmakers: Here's How to Self-Distrib...
... buyers, facilitates one-sheets, prints and trailers, collects receipts, and helps place ads. We investigated crowdsourcing platforms like Gathr and Tugg, but went the traditional route,...
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The Apple iPod antitrust lawsuit: Did Apple play ...
... exiting the market or becoming niche players. It does not include the period from 2001 where the iPod was a late entrant into the music player market, or begin at the time of the iTunes...
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