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Microsoft’s new TV ads SUCK!

Microsoft’s new ads are horrible. The clown shoe store and house guest spots with Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld are long, boring, and don’t have anything to do with the product, other than being random and ineffective, much like Windows.

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Microsoft's new TV ads SUCK!

Microsoft’s new ads are horrible. The clown shoe store and house guest spots with Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld are long, boring, and don’t have anything to do with the product, other than being random and ineffective, much like Windows.

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Posted in advertising, choice, conformity, edutainment, humor, lifestyle, philosophy, psychology, public opinion, technology, tradition

ABC won’t run “We Can Solve It” ad after debates

It’s like I keep telling people. The American citizen is not being given the information they need to make free choices. The two corporate candidates are the only ones allowed in the debates, and the very companies that are doing

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Posted in activism, advertising, choice, corruption, economy, environment, politics

ABC won't run "We Can Solve It" ad after debates

It’s like I keep telling people. The American citizen is not being given the information they need to make free choices. The two corporate candidates are the only ones allowed in the debates, and the very companies that are doing

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Posted in activism, advertising, choice, corruption, economy, environment, politics

The Media’s Biggest Sin: Playing into Red vs Blue…

You’ve heard of playing both sides against the middle? That’s what the TV and radio and newspapers and magazines and new sites do every day. Why, because they are ad-driven. Ads pay for what you get to know. Ads pay

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The Media's Biggest Sin: Playing into Red vs Blue…

You’ve heard of playing both sides against the middle? That’s what the TV and radio and newspapers and magazines and new sites do every day. Why, because they are ad-driven. Ads pay for what you get to know. Ads pay

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Posted in politics

Car Commercials : Hammer & Chisel

Commercials for new cars brag about 33, 30, even 24 MPG. That’s like if Apple and Microsoft and Intel were bragging about blogging with a hammer and chisel! With technology already in existence, we could be getting 100, 400, even

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