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Wacoal Mood Boost-Up Bra advertisement has interesting twist which shows quite literally how effective it is at boosting bust-line by two full cups.
“Unbranding" through the removal of logos and other identifying marks is a fascinating way of branding, as McDonald's is proving through new campaigns.
A tiny hole punctured throughout an entire section of a Metro newspaper effectively advertises Rio de Janero’s “Blood Donors Week,” conveying a simple but...
Samuel Adams has created the “Sam Can,” an innovative new product that will enable airline passengers to get sloshed while drinking their favorite beer...
The IKEA Paper Shop has landed on shelves in Europe, and if it does well, will hop the pond, but how does an environmentally...
Banning kids in a restaurant seems controversial, yet, sales prove otherwise. Perhaps it isn't as monstrous of an idea as some have made it...
Kicksend is a useful tool for managing photos taken on your smartphone, as well as offering alternative methods of advertisements for your business.
Faceless photos silently convey the effects of Alzheimer’s Disease in a new ad campaign to help people gain an understanding of the devastating disease.
Social media sites are learning that using advertising to generate new revenue also means that they may have to monitor user-created pages.
The Department of Homeland Security uses certain keywords and phrases to monitor social networking sites - do you know if you're being monitored?
The discipline of studying philosophy instills deep critical thinking and inductive reasoning, which can be an asset in your professional life.
Novelty bacon dishes and other bacon related items have been popularized rapidly via the internet. You’re welcome, world. The internet strikes again.
We all want to be productive, but there are drawbacks to burning the candles at both ends. Eventually, something is going to burn out.
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