Monthly Archives: February 2010

Control your music with your eyes

A company in Japan has developed headphones that sense eye movement. Look right to left to pause your music, roll them clockwise to increase the volume. NTT DoCoMo, the company who created the new technology, doesn’t have plans yet to market … Continue Reading


Sara Lee Expands “Mama Sagas” Social Media Videos

Launching in September 2009, Sara Lee’s “Mama Sagas” Videos located on their facebook page (and other social media channels such as YouTube) have already drawn 2.5 million views since their inception.  The satirical videos featuring three mom-actresses were designed to … Continue Reading


Card Pool

Cardpool connects the millions of gift card holders around the world to create a marketplace where customers can buy, sell, or trade their gift cards safely and securely. By gathering all the buyers and sellers in one place, Cardpool helps … Continue Reading

Code Organ is a great site for totally geeky musical entertainment. Type any URL into CodeOrgan, and the site will use an algorithm to compose music based on the website’s code. It first scans the text on the page and removes all … Continue Reading


Comfort Food to Attract Consumers

Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s are focusing on comfort food in a social media campaign aimed at keeping its customers, in particular young hungry guys, thinking about its new grilled cheese bacon burgers. The campaign centers on the Carl’s Jr. andHardee’s Facebook … Continue Reading


The Potty Dance

Kimberly-Clark is putting a new spin on “The Potty Dance” with new music, lyrics and a cross-country tour for its Pull-Ups training pants brand. The Neenah, Wis.-based company teamed with children’s musician Ralph Covert of Ralph’s World, to put some fun … Continue Reading

Wrangler Website

Check out this cool interactive website by Wrangler to help promote their new blue bell spring / summer collection. A screen grab won’t do it justice, so click and play.



Yup, you read that right. The atheletic appareal company is releasing a cell phone. The phone is slated to release in Europe first, and other markets shortly after. From the sounds of it… it could be pretty cool! Below is … Continue Reading


Facebook Relationship Status Linked to Happiness?

Does being in a relationship (as defined by Facebook relationship status) really make individuals more happy? Facebook already has a methodology for measuring the overall “happiness” of its users. It basically looks at how many positive words people use in … Continue Reading


Walmart And P&G Team To Produce TV Movie

Spurred by research that consumers are more responsive to brands advertised in family-friendly programming, Procter & Gamble and Walmart say they are teaming up to produce “Secrets of The Mountain,” a movie set to debut on NBC in April. Walmart … Continue Reading