Monthly Archives: April 2010

Interesting new Twitter user

Hugo Chavez joined Twitter on Tuesday, taking the username @chavezcandaga. His arrival on Twitter was a surprise, partly because only 30% of his country has Internet access (though that figure is far higher than it was before he took office) and … Continue Reading


Make Time for Snack Time

Getting kids to eat healthy has been a growing trend in recent years and has gone uber-mainstream with the inception of the White House’s organic vegetable garden and Michelle Obama’s national campaign against childhood obesity. Brands are starting to take … Continue Reading


Hello Baby – So That’s What You Look Like Today

Pampers recently debuted a clever iPad app for expectant mothers called, Hello Baby. The app is available for free on iTunes and lets users track the weekly progress of their unborn baby as it develops in the womb, from week … Continue Reading


Boy Scouts New Badge

A badge for video games? Sounds crazy, but it’s true. The Boy Scouts of America have added an Academics badge for video games – sweet! Looks like they’re following the times and trends of the future. Below are the requirements to … Continue Reading


Sweeten Your Friend’s Day with a Serenading Unicorn

Juicy Fruit recently launched a microsite to help fans sweeten their friend’s day with a serenade from a Unicorn puppet. Yup you read that right. Via to their witty Facebook post yesterday they announced, “A unicorn that sings Bolton, Boyz … Continue Reading


Jim Beam and Kid Rock Team Up Again

Last year Jim Beam promoted the launch of their new product Red Stag by sponsoring Kid Rock’s “Rock N’ Rebels” Tour. As a continuation of their partnership, the bourbon brand is now offering exclusive downloads of a yet-to-be released Kid … Continue Reading


Performance You Can See

Shell has definitely gone above and beyond with their advertising and support of their Helix oil product. The recreation of a life size car made of all clear parts is awesome. You can actually see the oil running through the … Continue Reading


The eBay Green Team Challenges You to Reuse

I never really thought of purchasing used items from eBay as being green, but it makes sense since “Reuse” is 1/3 of the classic green motto “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”. And their PR push around this year’s Earth Day is helping … Continue Reading


The Magic Bike is Here!

B-cycle is a next-gen bike-sharing system. In layman’s terms: B-cycles are magic bikes that are there when you want one and gone when you don’t. Built for people on the go who are looking for an easier way to get … Continue Reading

Sex & the City goes PC

Carrie may still have her MAC on hand for the Sex and the City movie sequel, but the rest of the ladies will be strictly PC. HP just announced their partnership with Warner Bros. as well as their supporting role in the … Continue Reading