Nobody’s laughing at the clownfish spokesmodel for Dell’s fantastic new monitor

What better way to showcase your new monitor than with a clownfish or two? Finding Nemo changed the world for better or worse. Can Dell? The Dell UltraSharp U2711 monitor is now shipping—sans fish. Will its color gamut be the ultimate desktop medium to paradise? Professionals awaiting something new (and not glossy) from Apple may […]

Political coconut launching ~ hitting real people’s livelihoods instead

The Republicans and Democrats have long used escape and paradise to clobber one another, sometimes joining forces to lance a particularly malignant personality (think Gary Hart and the yacht named Monkey Business). Having a Democratic President from Hawaii has been both a blessing and a curse for those who want to use the state as […]

iPhoto Face Recognition ~ An Objective Visual Research Tool?

Automobile lovers have long known the importance of the right smile on the front end of a vehicle, but thanks to iPhoto we can objectively conclude that cruise ship companies share the goal of putting their best face forward. The bow of the Norwegian Dawn popped up as an “Unknown Face” while I was processing […]

CSX Freight Train Ads ~ from Baltimore to the Beach on a Single Gallon of Fuel

The CSX freight map web ad has been around for a while now. The animation starts in Baltimore and draws your eye along the freight line all the way up the eastern seaboard to Boston. It’s hard not to watch where it’s taking you. The approach is a compelling way to illustrate just how efficient […]

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