Microsoft Does More Viral Kitsch Stuff for Vista


You might be wondering who the odd man at left is. He's Dr. Woodrow I. Lovett, Director for the Institute of Advanced Personhood, or Microsoft's latest attempt to make good on neurotic left-of-center Woody Allen-esque humour. While their Clearification effort invents HANDTOSS, an overachiever disease, the IAP promises solace for such sufferers.

The success of the spoofy sites depend heavily on Demetri Martin, whose latest Comedy Central special was heavily sponsored by Microsoft. We thought Clearification was neat but are now over it. What's Vista got to offer us? We hear it's pretty lackluster. When they can invent a cure for underachieving maybe we'll start paying attention.

Written by Angela Natividad    Comments (2)     File: Campaigns, Online, Packaging, Promotions     Jan-24-07  
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The only good stuff they did was with Ricky Gervais.

Posted by: makethelogobigger on January 24, 2007 04:33 PM

I thought the whole clearification thing would have been good if it didn't take them 4 months, or whatever, to get through 6 episodes. I mean, really...

Plus, they don't even give you any information about when the next episode will come out besides the month.

Demetri Martin is still friggin' hilarious, at least.

Posted by: Paul McEnany on January 24, 2007 11:33 PM

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