I will not comment. All I’ll do is ask – is this an effective advertisement? Is this something that compels people to want to stop piracy in the workplace?
This video really drives home the message that we MUST act, and act swiftly, lest climate change irrevocably destroys what is most important to us.
My only complaint is that such an impactful video should be constrained and not able embeddable and sharable. This is something that everyone should be able to share in their own space.
Saw a live version of this at Courts. The dancing on this MV is so sharp, Sigh – Too brilliant for words.
facebook behaviour i do not appreciate
He did it first on 30 August 2009 on my wall. This time today, yet another personal agenda was placed on my wall, in a conversation thread of no relevance.
Let me ask you, my dear reader, a question. Do you appreciate such behaviour on Facebook? I???m curious to know what you think. I know I certainly don???t. Help me forward this around to EVERYONE you know if you share the same sentiments ok?
What this article has clearly shown is that while some people have figured out that it’s not about blanket coverage on Social media. It’s not difficult to achieve at all, but quality coverage, quality people to talk about your material and talk about you. If someone blacklists you like this on their blog, and he/she is even mildly influential and you’re much less so than him/her (which you’d probably be if you were going to be trying to reach out to a blogger) than you’re pretty much screwed because Google’s gonna pick your name up in the future and any good researcher who does their digging will find you out.
Bad PR to the max.
I really hate to admit it – But after this ad I feel even better about pre-ordering Win 7 via Amazon. WHY AM I SO EASILY SUSEPTIBLE TO ADVERTISING!
The next GORGEOUS new phone from Palm? If that’s true then I think Palm’s got a real contender on their hands. According to the spec sheet found here: event:http://gdgt.com/palm/pixi/specs/ , you can the screen is 2.63 inches. Not too shabby!
I’m very excited to see the renaissance of Palm, a company I used to admire so much!