Th1ng Saves London, Flash Searchable, Bag Claim Becomes Real Estate, Millennials Charge with edo
- Th1ng was appointed to highlight "London's outstanding cultural and business successes" and "raise the profile of its film industry and talent" for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Sounds like hard times in the Mother Country. If you're wondering why Th1ng was picked to whore the economy (as opposed to, I don't know, you), watch its showreel, ooh and ahh.
- With the launch of Facecard, edo teaches Millennials how to confuse money with plastic. I wish I'd had a self-interested big brother who cared enough to teach me how to charge. Oh wait, I did: Wells Fargo.
- Rich media lovers rejoice. Adobe is giving technology to Google and Yahoo that enables search spiders to interpret Flash applications. Google's lock-and-loaded; Yahoo still "has some work to do."
- Euro RSCG 4D Digital Czech Republic (damn!) launched a microsite for Telefonica O2. Watch Jakub, a common snot, toss a frisbee at Agata, one of those ad chicks who's always doing mundane shit in tiny shorts and high heels. Click on either character to find yourself at yet another info-free page. RAWK.
- UGO published a guide to product placement in movies, TV and games.
- Sick of Twitter crashing? Tough luck. Learn to embrace the FailWhale.