stuff and things 12.09.07 September 12, 2007Posted by nicholas gill in account planning, advertising, books, brand, content, digital advertising, film, mobile, strategy, though leadership, thoughts, travel, TV, website.
In flight entertainment going a step too far? Virgin America have recently trialled an in flight IM service allowing you to badger the hell out of other passengers, probably the “hotty” 3 rows in front of you. Frankly I’d find this annoying as fuck as we say here in Blighty. But the general service seems to have gone down a storm in the US. It seems that Virgin cool has transferred pretty well and spreading the gospel to the jetrosexuals stateside. I like the fact you get ice cream served during movies. (Image source)
And with the recent hullabaloo (I surprised myself writing that word too) about Heathrow and the general backlash against flying, those folks at Iconoculture have come up with It Sucks to Fly, a repository for all things negative about the chores of flying.
Get writing and you could be the next JK Rowling in this Times competition (closes Nov 17).
A new film and some interesting, intriguing content at 1-18-08
The story of the men (and the madness) who made ads that changed our lives.
Dirt cheap texts as opposed to dirty texts which would be a different link altogether.