Archive | March, 2010

Ok Go Releases Crazy New Viral Music Video!

4. March 2010

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Do you remember the band that released that music video with them performing a song while moving around on Treadmills? Well, that video made them famous and now they are back with another YouTube release of their latest music video, and it’s already getting some serious attention online with almost 3 million views in it’s [...]

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Last Call: Interactive Cinema Experience

3. March 2010

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I don’t think this type of trend will take off, but I’m sure there would be a few interesting uses around for it away from the big screen (possibly for use in online campaigns, museums experiences and the like). Either way, it’s a pretty cool concept that would definitely capture some engagement and certainly has been creating some buzz [...]

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Stats: Age Distribution On Social Networks

3. March 2010

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I’m in a bit of a statistical mood this week and have been hunting down all sorts of charts to keep my sanity in order, and this chart is an absolute winner. It shows (by percentage) the average age demographics and distribution across all the major social networks. We often get people talking about how [...]

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Google: Interesting Facts & Figures

2. March 2010

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I think this a pretty cool chart (by Pingdom) for anyone who takes an interest in Google, and while there is nothing groundbreaking here, it’s a great compilation of key Google Facts & Figures that tick along month after month, with some that you probably didn’t know (and now do!).

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Statistics: The State Of The Internet Video

1. March 2010

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This video by Jesse Thomas is getting some serious attention since being launched on Vimeo last week. The format is simple, a great combination of animation meets statistical visualisation to showcase some of the most recently released stats on the state of the internet. It provides us with some great insight into what’s going on [...]

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Philips: Parallel Lines

1. March 2010

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After the huge success of Carousel project, Philips launched a new campaign called “Parallel Lines”. They teamed up with five film directors (Greg Fay, Johnny Hardstaff, Carl Erik Rinsch, Jake Scott and Hi-Sim) from Ridley Scott Associates to shoot five cutting edge short films. The main goal is to bring a brand experience for movie [...]

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