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Filed under: advertising, creativity, web2.0 | Tags: 1576 advertising, advertising instagram, instagrams, John Appleton 90:10 business development consultancy, leith agency, Rob & Joe, Rob and Joe, Rob and Joe Taxonomy of agency names, Think Hard Rob and Joe Taxonomy of advertising agency names
Oh man, I love this instagram by Rob and Joe, whom I don’t know; but they are summed up thus…
Rob and Joe are more than a team.
Rob and Joe are nothing if not a team.
Rob and Joe are not afraid of the dark.
Rob and Joe did not exist before April 2012.
Rob and Joe are a spiritual experience.
There will be no sequel to Rob and Joe.
Rob and Joe contain all religions.
Rob and Joe are brutal and tender.
Rob and Joe are learning to swim.
Rob and Joe have lovingly crafted this instagram of great beauty and much cleverness. I even worked at one of the agencies featured in it – The Leith Agency. (Shame 1576 never made it to the numbers blob)
A mega enjoy for all you advertising geeks like me out there. Thanks to John Appleton for sending it to me.
Filed under: web2.0 | Tags: firefox, google chrome, internet www, mozilla, safari, web browsers
So, this morning turned into an interesting web browser experiment. I finally got my Glastonbury tickets but only after refreshing Chrome, Safari and Firefox website browsers which all failed to connect to the See Tickets site fr 40 minutes or s. Always at least 10 of each on the go at any one time.
Anyway, all of a sudden I was through, on Firefox, then again, on Firefox, and again, on Firefox and again and again and again and again and agian and again and again. All on Firefox.
Guess what my favourite web browser is?
Well done Mozilla!
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Filed under: advertising, brands, business, marketing, web2.0 | Tags: new media, phd, youth mmarketing
Thanks more especially to The Ad Contriarian and will Atkinson for bringing this piece of utter codswollop to my attention.
Listen to what these horrible little brats are saying.
“Don’t worry, you’ll offset the costs by selling the leads onto those data aggregator type companies.” Whaaaatttttt? Just like my 16 year olds talk.
Honestly it’s the funniest script I have EVER heard in my life, but it’s meant to be serious.
Oh man, I feel so, like, out of touch now.
Must get down to see those connected dudes at PHD.
Do you think they are connected with Ogilvy in any way?
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