Archive for February, 2007

TV ADS: Worst Commercial. Ever.

Please, help us to find out video like this….^_^




“CompactAnalogThumbstick”- improved joystick for portable devices. CAThumbstick is a telescopic analog thumbstick and we offer to use it in any of portable game devices, phones and etc. The beginning of work with CAThumbstick can be like this: First, the keyboard is locked; we push the button a little bit turning and CAThumbstick pull out from the surface; second, we unlock the keyboard and using CAThumbstick playing or working. After we finished we lock the keyboards, and in reverse order hide CAThumbstick. As a result in a small improvement we receive compact and comfortable analog thumbstick for portable devices. On phones, in ordinary state, CAThumbstick using like usual button.

Footloose – adjustable high heels


Recently, Marte den Hollander has been recognized as ‘Best Graduate 2006’ at the Faculty of Industrial Design (TU Delft). We share the compliments for her project Footloose, a high-heeled shoe that turns into a low-heel version with a simple switch.

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Joost™ is a new way of watching TV on the internet, which uses new and established technologies to provide the best of both the internet and TV worlds. We’re in the process of making it as TV-like as we can, with programmes, channels and adverts. You can also see some things that we think will enhance the TV experience: searching for programmes and channels, for example, as well as social features like chat. There are many more new features to come!


Amie Street


Amie Street aims to make it easy and affordable for consumers to discover new independent music. What makes it unique? Every song sold at the ‘fly little music site’ starts off being free and the price increases to a maximum of USD 0.98 depending on how many people download it. The more popular a song, the faster its price will increase to 98 cents. Besides giving early buyers a better deal, the market price system gives them the added pleasure of seeing they’ve discovered a song or artist before everyone else has.

Members are also rewarded for recommending music. As explained by Amie Street: “We know music is social, and the process of music discovery is stunted by traditional digital music retail sites because they are not social (or fun). Music discovery is best catalyzed by communication between people, so we reward fans for recommending songs to their friends by giving them credit to buy more music.” If a member reviews or otherwise recommends a song, they’re credited with the song’s price increase. So, if you recommend a song while it’s priced at 10 cents, and the price goes up to 90 cents, you earn 80 cents worth of credits. Promotion isn’t left solely to the community, though. Amie Street does its part, from interviewing bands and posting their videos, to organizing showcase concerts in New York.

Artists maintain full ownership of their work and receive 70% of every sale after a first USD 5 to cover storage, bandwidth and transaction costs for that song. All MP3s sold through the website are DRM-free, so can be used on any music player, without restrictions. Combined with the knowledge that artists are getting their fair share of a song’s revenues, that should make consumers more willing to pay for music downloads. One to watch!

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Advertising Agency: McCANN ERICKSON / BRAZIL


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