iLike's Acquisition, Sue-Happy Citizens, and a Wee Bit of Magic

pPOLO2-5922953_standard_v330.jpg

- People dig sharing stuff on Facebook, more than via email, or via MySpace, or via Twitter, or via anything else, really.

- "Life Guard" tees get Ralph Lauren sued. (Via.) Just for giggles, we ran a search for [ralph lauren lifeguard] on Google and clicked on "Lifeguard Cotton Tee - RalphLauren.com," which comes up first in search results. That link now leads to this beach patrol tee. But if you hit "Cached," you'll find it used to lead to that really boring sucker at left.

- Canadian model Liskula Cohen wins landmark case that will force Google to unmask an anonymous blogger who posted slutty pictures of her and, logically, called her a skank. Sigh.

- The least interesting man in the world probably won't sell any beers. He may, however, contribute to the sales of many geeky t-shirts. "Stand back. I'm going to try SCIENCE."

- MySpace swallows iLike.

- Talking Quizno's oven drives guys to therapy for what should be obvious reasons.

- Something that has nothing to do with advertising, but everything to do with "geometry, light and a wee bit of magic."

by Angela Natividad    Aug-20-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Brands, Campaigns, Policy, Trends and Culture   

Enjoy what you've read? Subscribe to Adrants Daily and receive the daily contents of this site each day along with free whitepapers.



Comments









Featured FREE Resource: