Forget Happy Slapping. Facebook! is way more dangerous.
I vaguely remember this from school. Don’t remember it being called a ‘chatterbox’ though. Nice idea though.
Handpicked popular culture from 1860 – 2011.
BBC Marketing (online) discuss their social media strategy for Series 2 of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle.
Series 2 of the brilliant BAFTA award-winning comedy started on BBC2 this week.
You can’t embed the show itself – the clip above is a part of the extra content on the site. It’s also got Kevin Eldon performing stand-up, with a new comedian being added each week. Armando Iannucci (The Thick of It, Brass Eye, Alan Partridge) is also involved so the whole thing stinks of quality.
If you missed Episode 1 then watch it on iPlayer before they expire.
The worlds first online store with real salespeople.
Looks like a big undertaking and very hi-tech solution.
Nice mix of social commerce / customer service.
First YouTube comment? “That’s the most retarded thing I’ve ever seen.”
Developed by B_Reel.
Amazing raving grandad. Neat moves.
Nice pairing of phone and ad placement which reminds customers it’s easier to check-in via mobile phone. The plane also flies to the booking page. Bet that’s how they sold it in. 🙂
You can try something similar here.
You’ve probably already seen this. But just in case.
Google teamed up with 17 art museums to create a unique collection of a thousand artworks online in extraordinary detail, using a combination of Streetview technology and a special gigapixel camera. Watch the Behind The Scenes video for more detail.
Art Project – Visitor Guide
Behind The Scenes