Month: November 2011

Take This Lollipop – The Experience of Having a Facebook Stalker

Published 6 years ago November 30th, 2011

A Facebook app that was launched last month that is intended to shock the user is still doing the rounds on the internet. The app, called ‘Take This Lollipop’ (also known as ‘Take This Candy’), asks for allowance to you basic information like most apps, but what this does it is brings you to a…

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Dear Photograph: Simple, But Very Effective

Published 6 years ago November 29th, 2011

A website called Dear Photograph (dearphotograph.com) is currently enjoying a period of popularity and engagement, via its Twitter page (@dearphotograph). The concept of the website is extremely simple: followers can tweet a photo of a past moment within a photograph of the same location in its present state. This nostalgic-tinged idea has been met with…

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The Next Viral Video: FedEx Dominos

Published 6 years ago November 28th, 2011

Some people may never have heard of the Blendtec Blender, but a lot less people knew what it was before 2007. Blendtec’s blenders were a slow seller, and a product that was distinctly average in its industry. One day, back in 2007, the new marketing director of Blendtec, George Wright, was walking around the Blendtec…

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Friday Flashback: Blendtec – Will it Blend?

Published 6 years ago November 25th, 2011

Some people may never have heard of the Blendtec Blender, but a lot less people knew what it was before 2007. Blendtec’s blenders were a slow seller, and a product that was distinctly average in its industry. One day, back in 2007, the new marketing director of Blendtec, George Wright, was walking around the Blendtec…

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Dominos Let You Create Your Own Pizza and Order it – on an iPad

Published 6 years ago November 24th, 2011

Dominos have further developed their innovative streak with technology and social media by creating an app whereby the user can create their own pizza on an iPad and then order it. Dominos Pizza Hero takes the form of a game, whereby you complete initial levels of ‘Pizza School’ before being allowed to create pizzas to your own…

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The World Has Become Smaller, Thanks to Facebook

Published 6 years ago November 23rd, 2011

In the 1960s, social psychologist Stanley Milgram came up with the theory that claimed that every person on Earth was connected to everyone else through only six friends. This is commonly known as the six degrees of separation, however, according to a recent study by Facebook and Università degli Studi di Milano, this has now…

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Has a Film Used Social Media Marketing More Than The Muppets?

Published 6 years ago November 22nd, 2011

This week, The Muppets will hit cinemas worldwide after almost two years of constant social media marketing. The Muppets have utilised nearly all forms of social media platforms to place themselves in the media’s limelight, from covering Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody on Youtube to launching engaging competitions on their Facebook page. Individual characters like Kermit and…

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Jimmy Kimmel Encourages People to Delete ‘Fake’ Facebook Friends

Published 6 years ago November 21st, 2011

Last week, US late-night chat show host Jimmy Kimmel relaunched the second year of his ‘National Unfriend Day’ (Or ‘NUD’, for short), where he encouraged people to delete all those ‘friends’ that one might be connected to through Facebook, but would never talk to in real-life. Simply stated, it’s all about cutting out anyone who…

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Friday Flashback: Carlsberg Don’t Do Dreams… (2002)

Published 6 years ago November 21st, 2011

It seems fitting that this week’s Friday Flashback takes us back to the last time the Republic of Ireland qualified for a major tournament in football. This memorable commercial shows how Ireland progress through the 2002 World Cup, by photoshopping the jerseys of teams that Ireland scored goals against in the run-up to the tournament…

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Texas Hold ‘Em Poker: The Most Popular Facebook Page in the World

Published 6 years ago November 21st, 2011

By taking a look at the 20 most popular Facebook Pages in the world, a snapshot of modern culture and lifestyle can be captured. The list shows that people are fans of the music of Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Eminem and like TV shows such as Family Guy, The Simpsons and South Park. However, the…

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