God Belittled, Broccoli Faced, Dove Examined, Elastic Pathed


- The British Humanist Association has launched a transit campaign on London buses claiming "There's probably no god."

- Not as racy as the tweaked Disney Video/DVD covers of old, the designers of Canadian Farm Frozen Broccoli packaging had some fun.

- Speak Media Blog's Jennifer Jones takes a long look at the Dove Real Beauty campaign that's been running in various forms over the past four years.

- Have the day's of FuckedCompany returned? Yahoo will lay off 1,400.

- ihaveanidea has announced its D&AD 2008 Screening North American Tour. Dates and ticket info are here.

- Using $15,000 as a start up loan, Harry Chemko and Jjason Billingsley launched online retail software company Elastic Path. It's a $10 million company now and the pair were recently awarded BDC's Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

by Steve Hall    Oct-22-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Cause, Outdoor, Packaging   

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Yeah. There is probably no god is an agnostic statement not a atheist statement.

That niggle aside, good stuff. It's about time there was a fight against all the tedious god-bothering that goes on around the world.

Posted by: Floyd Hayes on October 22, 2008 5:55 PM

And we're hiring at Elastic Path!


Like Vancouver? :)

Posted by: Linda Bustos on October 22, 2008 8:50 PM

No sooner had fuckedcompany.com shut down than the need for a replacement arrived.

And, in these Web 2.0 days, unmet needs don't remain unmet for very long...


Posted by: Jon Jennings on October 22, 2008 9:02 PM