Archive for March 2005
Adfreak references an article that announces IBMs new tool which spams the spammers.
It basically sends all spam back to its originator. But, as Adfreak rightly assumes, this will probably just result in a huge trench war…
And honestly, can this program really differentiate between actual sender and possibly faked email addresses? Will innocent people be spammed, because people hijacked their email addresses? This should better be sorted out…
I have been overwhelmed with worked the last couple of weeks. Tight projects with unpleasant working hours. You know what I mean.
But on one of my flights I found this in airport bathroom:
The copy says, more or less: “even more sweatier hands you can get in the new mercedes cls from Sixt”. However, here it doesn’t say “sweaty” in German, but instead they chose a word which means almost the same but could also refer to the fact that your hands are wet.
Nice placement, nice idea…
Here is a campaign I like once again: pimpmyburger.com from, well of course, Burger King. And, apparently an agency from Germany.
I like this, because it once again shows, how much better the internet is as a storytelling medium. The TV campaign (if there is one – I haven’t seen any ads yet) will again show only 30″ worth of content, driving to the site, which tells the whole story (some 52MB worth of footage).