Facebook's Scary Content Stance, Gatorade's Mid-Brand Crisis, 'This is Why You're Fat'


- Facebook revises TOS, Twittersphere goes apeshit.

- Wisdom from the front lines. Via.

- Gatorade's new packaging and naming conventions betray desperate need to fit in with the minimalist lifestyle 2.0 crowd. Here's an idea! from reader Elinora: "Make a drink that doesn't taste like vomit!" Come on, Ellie, it's not Gatorade's fault; those are the electrolytes.

- Hardees/Carl's Jr. slips into the Daytona via YouTube.

- "Do we need a new internet?"

- LIVESTRONG too PG? Try the fuck cancer bracelet. "It's delicate but strong, subtle but forthright."

- "When dreams become heart attacks."

- For all of you animators and special effects experts out there, you have another resource: Motiongrapher, a blog that covers your world.

- Over at iPro, Barbarian Group COO Rick Webb shares his viewpoints and vision on the industry and where it's headed.

by Angela Natividad    Feb-16-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Best, Cause, Good, Online, Packaging, Social   

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This Is Why You're Fat makes me adventurously hungry. This feeling often rapidly alternates with ones of regret, nausea, and disgust.

Still, bacon-wrapped, deep-fried fill-in-the-blank on a stick (as a concept) is pretty irresistible.

If only they'd feature more mayonnaise.

Posted by: Jolie O'Dell on February 16, 2009 11:29 PM

I am almost sure they take requests. Everything American does. (Yet one more reason Why We're Fat.)

Posted by: Angela on February 17, 2009 2:21 AM