Archive | July, 2009

Social Music Videos – The Future?

13. July 2009

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What’s the best way to engage your fans? Get them into your music video it seems, with a completely unknown band making waves on YouTube with an amazing music video shot live on web-cams across some 50 selected fans! Very Cool. Thanks Martina, this tune is now stuck in my head! Click here to see [...]

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Nike Air Maxim: Street Installations & Stop Motion

12. July 2009

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Nike are about to launch a new “Nike Air Maxim” shoe in london and enlisted famous street installation artist INSA to help promote it. In 7 days Nike & INSA ran the city of east London, creating 35 pieces on route of Charlie Dark’s map for The IAM1 Journey Nike Sportswear project and then created [...]

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Top 10 Social Media Presentations

12. July 2009

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I’m addicted to slideshare and after reading a bunch of re-tweets about the Top 10 Social Media Presentations I thought it might be useful to post them on Digital Buzz! There would be 100+ Social Media Presentations on SlideShare but this is just about the Top 10 Presentations you’d actually want to spend the time [...]

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MINI Augmented Reality: The Making Of

12. July 2009

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There are a lot of Augmented Reality campaigns in the market at moment, but the video above is refreshing, it shows a little insight into the making of the MINI Augmented Reality campaign. The campaign was pretty standard in comparison to others I’ve posted like the Eminem Augmented Reality but the video shows some behind [...]

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Doritos Late Night Chips: Augmented Reality In A Bag!

11. July 2009

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Doritos love augmented reality and it’s worked very well for them in the past, so with the launch of their new “Late Night” chips, they didn’t hesitate to go down the tech road. This time they’ve spiced it up by mixing late night snacking with music & an exclusive online experience from Blink 182. You [...]

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Are Coming Soon Pages Back!?

11. July 2009

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Remember how everyone use to have under construction¬†/ coming soon pages with the little man digging… We’ll times have changed (obviously) and everyone moved away from that to staging sites among other things. But today I came across perhaps the best coming soon page I’ve ever seen, on the Henderson Bas website! Not only did [...]

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Mercedes-Benz: B-Class Microsite

11. July 2009

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Mercedes-Benz Canada have just launched a new microsite for their B-Class. It’s an interesting concept and is pretty enjoyable to use no matter who you are. You take a new B-Class for a test drive after answering 3 quick questions that helps to customise your test drive to suit your needs, depending on where you [...]

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The Google Chrome Icon Project

9. July 2009

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I’m using Google Chrome about 90% of the time at the moment, and I love it. There are still compatibility issues, but overall, its just dam fast and opens up my screen space too! I stumbled across this project tonight and thought it was kind of interesting to see what Google is doing to promote [...]

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Censordyne Viral Campaign: Internet Censorship

9. July 2009

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The Australian Government is planning one of the most ridiculous ideas in history, creating a “filter” for the Internet to censor Australia from who knows what?! The Getup Australia action group is making a stand and desperately needs donations to help get this ad on TV and into every flight to the nations capital city [...]

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VB: The Regulars Campaign

8. July 2009

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VB today launched their new campaign & tag-line with “The Regulars” campaign kicking off with a host of full page spreads across all the major papers and this website that to me, resembles a little the Sprint site to a lesser degree. VB is was one of Australia’s leading beer brands, but seemingly shrinking rapidly [...]

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