All posts tagged “Social Media”

Possibly the best use of Pinterest we’ve seen so far.

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See how Uniqlo hacked Pinterest here.

FWA People’s Choice Award 2011

Cast your vote for the best digital work of 2011 from 12 finalists in the FWA People’s Choice Award 2011.

Do you want the brand new YouTube Design?

Here we go. In 4 simple steps.
1. Go to http://www.youtube.com
2. Press Ctrl + Shift and J in Chrome to open the Developer Tools. Press Ctrl+Shift+K in Firefox
3. Click on the “Console” Tab and enter
document.cookie=”VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE=ST1Ti53r4fU”;
4. Reload the website and enjoy the new layout.

Productivity Future Vision (2011)

Microsoft Office’s follow-up to 2009′s Sustainability video.

No Facebook without the Dutch

A special Seamail to Mark Zuckerberg… by the Dutch National Maritime Museum to announce its brand new Facebook page (facebook.com/​hetscheepvaartmuseum).

My Next Trip

Interesting project by a French Web Developer. My Next Trip uses FourSquare’s API to help you plan your next weekend city trip. Won the grand price in FourSquare’s ‘Global Hackathon’.

Let’s roll.

Don Draper presents Facebook Timeline

Tupac or Biggie?

Another way to use the Facebook Like box.

Coming soon to a Wedding Video near you.

The Johnny Cash Project

Not sure how I missed this great crowd sourcing effort for a new Johnny Cash video. It features a new collaborative art project attempting to stitch together a new music video for Johnny Cash’s “Ain’t No Grave” by having artists recreate individual frames and portraits of Cash in their own style. The Chrome feature on the project was timed to coincide with the anniversary of Cash’s death.

Here’s a video about the project:

Visit the website to view the result.

Operation Facebook, Nov 5 2011 – hd video from Anonymous

More on Google+

Feels, looks and sounds great.


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Google+: Google’s take on Social Media

Google fights back with their very own version of Facebook, a.k.a Google+ and Engadget were the first lucky few to get their hands on it, check it out here.

via Engadget

Hide Facebook From Your Boss With Excellbook

Excellbook – a new application from the socially-minded people at clothing company Diesel – that transforms Facebook into a clever and undetectable spreadsheet.


You can download the application for both Mac and PC at Be Stupid At Work, which is part of Diesel’s “Be Stupid” ad campaign.

FWA WebTV

Coming Soon. Now LIVE.