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…It’s Movie Monday: Do Bem Juice?

Do Bem

Think your breakfast has beat?

Check out this stop motion ad for Do Bem fruit juice to see what a truly musical breakfast looks like:

[Via: NOTCOT]

…You need to think differently?

Apple’s Think Different commercial is probably one of the most inspiring 60 seconds ever captured on film:

A few weeks ago, I came to the conclusion that if I listened to the Think Different ad every day, I’d probably do some amazing things with my life, so I created a ringtone out of the 30-second Seinfeld version that can be used as an alarm on any iPhone. Now, before starting each day, I can wake with inspiration to Think Different, and remind myself that the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do. (If you’re wondering, I used this GarageBand Hack to make the ringtone.)

If you’d like to share in my inspiration, just download the ringtone HERE and add it to your phone through iTunes. From there, it should automatically show up as an available alarm sound.

…It’s Movie Monday: Carousel?

Carousel

To demonstrate their new ‘cinema proportioned’ TV, Philips created Carousel, an ad that plays out over a single moment in time as the camera moves around to reveal different parts of the story.

For the full experience, you should view it on the Philips website, since you can demo ambilight at the same time, but either way, it’s a must see.

…Rube Goldberg doesn’t like Cadbury Cream Eggs?

This Rube Goldberg machine may or may not be a fantastic ad for Cadbury Cream Eggs, but either way, it’s still fantastic!

[Via: Boing Boing]

…It’s Things Thursday: Nimbus Cloud Computer?

Nimbus Cloud Computer

The Nimbus Cloud Computer “works like a PC” only it’s “better than a PC” because it’s free. Instead of paying for the Nimbus, you simply allow them to show you an ad while using the computer, and it pays for itself. If you don’t want the ad, you can also pay a monthly fee to use the Nimbus ad free, but where’s the fun in that?

    A Cloud Computer is a re-imagination of the idea of a computer. We think that an ordinary computer is too expensive, too complicated, and too much for what most people want to use a computer for. What we did is put all of the costly and complicated pieces of hardware and software into our data centers. You then use a smaller, simpler, much less expensive device that’s always connected to the internet to control your computer. We think this is a much better way for you to do just what you want with a computer.

The computer comes with a keyboard and mouse, and you simply provide a monitor and Internet access, and you’re on your way.

Is this the future of computing?

[Nimbus Cloud Computer]

[Via: Spark Plugging]