Monthly Archives: November 2011

A Roller-coaster that you can walk.

Crouching Tiger and Turtle Called “Crouching Tiger and Turtle” it’s a sculpture that’s been newly installed in the city of Duisberg in Germany. When seen from afar you can imagine that you will speed along like your favorite coaster. Climb on … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized

Photoshop Liposuction

One of the most googled celebrity, Britney Spears, has agreed to reveals her Pre-Photoshop body. It’s a lot of fun sitting in front of the computer spending a few hours reducing the fat off her middle and cellulite off her … Continue reading

Posted in Celebrity, Photoshop, Retouching

The Worst Ad in America 2011

As the end of the year approaches we all start to evaluate how well we did. When it comes to the “best” or the “worst” of any category, who makes that decision? Yes, there are some things that are clearly … Continue reading

Posted in Advertising

The Big-Ass Windows Phone

Wow! If you didn’t think your CPU was big enough you can soon own Microsoft’s “Big-Ass Windows Phone.” That’s what it’s been unofficially dubbed. In what’s touted to be Microsoft’s Boldest Campaign to date, right in the heart of Manhattan’s … Continue reading

Posted in Apple, iPhone, Microsoft, Smart Phones, Windows

State Farms’ State of Chaos

State Farm takes their commercial theme online and allows you to control whose house you destroy. You can type in your address or someone you’re not too fond of. It’s not a new idea or particularly interesting beyond a sit-and-watch, … Continue reading

Posted in Flash, Web and Interactive

Speaking of downloading an app – A security bug found.

A software flaw in Apple, Inc’s iPads and IPhones has been found. Apparently the security bug could allow hackers to install programs that will steal your data or destroy information, among other things. No evidence has been found that this … Continue reading

Posted in Apple, Apps, iPad, iPhone

7 Billion

I should be so lucky that my first entry has as much impact as the 7 billionth person born on Earth.  National Geographic magazine presents the app 7 Billion: How your world will change. This app coincides with the arrival of … Continue reading

Posted in Apps, Digital, Web and Interactive