Parker Persuades, Paul Parodies, Arnell Undressed, Pizza Twittered


- George Parker is out with his new book; The Ubiquitous Persuaders. Buy it now!

- Moo Tags. Yea, me too.

- Here are five must-have ingredients for any Steven Segal movie. It promotes the recent release of one of his DVDs. He still makes movies?

- Here's a parody of The New York Times Weekender commercial featuring Paul Rudd.

- And yes, like everyone else, we have to air Arnell Groups dirty laundry in the form of their hyper-pretentious, buzz word-happy, brand blather-filled brief for the work it did on the new Pepsi logo. Please Arnell, tell us the whole thing was a joke and you're all laughing at us now. Please?

- So what's Twitter good for? Just like the internet was at it's birth: ordering pizza. More precisely, getting $2 off Milwaukee-based Meglio Pizza.

- Here's a creepy Target commercial featuring a very large-eyed doll.

- To promote the launch of their Fragile Earth Series, London TV channel Eden floated an artistic rendering of a polar bear on an iceberg in the Thames.

- Missy likes to swear.

- As if it were another era, Carl's Jr. leaves Paris Hilton behind and goes green.

- AdWeek has relaunched its social network, At the Roundtable, on the Ning platform and renamed it AdweekMedia Connect.

by Steve Hall    Feb-11-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Agencies, Brands, Celebrity, Strange, Video   

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I never thought I'd see the day where my name appeared in the same article as Paul Rudd, loves him! I'm also a huge Michael Showalter fan - so I really dug that! Thaaaaaanks! :)

Posted by: Missy B on February 12, 2009 1:08 AM