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@Adweek @AdFreak - Writer, editor, attempted Mainer. An eye for an eye, that's what Dad always says.

Diet Coke Is Retweeting Its Biggest Fans in Suddenly Extravagant Ways

adweek.com — A retweet is nice and all. But as an expression of affection, it's woefully lame. Diet Coke understand this, and is taking a grand new approach to retweeting love notes from fans. Instead of just hitting a button on Twitter, it's retweeting the tweets out in the real world-in beautifully designed ads on billboards, custom jewelry, framed artwork, magazine pages and more.

Hyundai Just Hacked Instagram With a Quiz That Leads You to the Right SUV

adweek.com — Here's a neat use of Instagram by Innocean USA for Hyundai-an easy-to-follow quiz that uses 18 separate Instagram accounts and nearly 400 images to help SUV buyers decide whether the Santa Fe, Santa Fe Sport or Tucson is right for them. Check out the video below, or try it yourself at @Hyundai_Quiz_Start.

Southern Comfort Uses Taiwanese Animators to Burn the Word 'ShottaSoCo' Into Your Brain

adweek.com — Southern Comfort has become known in the past few years for its quirky, faux-epic TV commercials from Wieden + Kennedy. But the agency and brand launched a new campaign Wednesday that goes in a totally new direction-featuring digital shorts, created in Taiwanese animation, that are designed to worm their way into your newsfeed and teach you a brand-new word to say at the bar.

Marshawn Lynch Just Popped Up on a Shopping Channel to Hilariously Sell Skittles

adweek.com — If you happened to be zoning out to the Evine Live home-shopping channel on cable TV at 11:04 a.m. ET this morning, you saw a strange sight. Yes, that was Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch doing a five-minute segment with Evine's Allison Waggoner-in which the pair chatted about the glory of Skittles, and tried to sell you 36 packs for $14.86.
Sep 01, 2015

If you were zoning out to Evine Live on cable TV at 11:04 am ET today, you saw this. adweek.it/1iguTO3 pic.twitter.com/IoAoNIV3IR

Sep 01, 2015

this is great. // Marshawn Lynch Just Popped Up on a Shopping Channel to Hilariously Sell Skittles adweek.it/1iguTO3 {h/t @jozenc}

Sep 01, 2015

RT @Adweek: Marshawn Lynch just popped up on a shopping channel to hilariously sell Skittles. adweek.it/1iguTO3 pic.twitter.com/Vv7KFUuWu3

Sep 01, 2015

RT @Adweek: Marshawn Lynch just popped up on a shopping channel to hilariously sell Skittles. adweek.it/1iguTO3 pic.twitter.com/Vv7KFUuWu3

How Facebook Deconstructed the Status Update for a Lovely Series of Slow-Motion Ads

adweek.com — People are on social media so much these days that the actual act of posting about one's life has itself become a big part of life. Recognizing this, Facebook recently found a way to tell stories about its users by dramatizing the act of posting-in an artful series of autoplaying ads that are both heightened yet completely relatable.
Sep 01, 2015

I spoke with Facebook about the cool slow-motion ads it's been running in News Feeds. adweek.it/1ig8sbL pic.twitter.com/gGENcvtZB6

The Couple Who Quit Their Ad Jobs to Travel the World Ended Up Poor and Scrubbing Toilets

adweek.com — You remember Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger, the South African couple who quit their agency jobs this year to travel the world and document the experience. It sounded like a dream, and the lovely Instagram photos have made it look like one.
Aug 31, 2015

The couple who quit their ad jobs to travel the world ended up poor and scrubbing toilets. adweek.it/1fRbxxm pic.twitter.com/Tx0BULvYZd

Aug 31, 2015

RT @JDel: The Couple Who Quit Their Ad Jobs to Travel the World Ended Up Poor and Scrubbing Toilets fb.me/3WdYenvlC

Aug 31, 2015

RT @skattijay: The Couple Who Quit Their Ad Jobs to Travel the World Ended Up Poor and Scrubbing Toilets adweek.it/1fRbxxm

Aug 31, 2015

RT @tonymedia: Ever fantasize about chucking it all and seeing the world? Don't. adweek.com/adfreak/couple…

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Ad of the Day: A Star Is Born in This Adorable 'Tiny Dancer' Spot From John Lewis

adweek.com — Advertising has a new pint-size star this morning, as London agency adam&eveDDB has rolled out an excellent new commercial for John Lewis' home insurance unit featuring an amusingly passionate little ballerina who careens around her home, putting all her family's possessions in jeopardy.

Owen Wilson, Blindfolded, Nuzzles a Sheep on The Late Late Show : People.com

people.com — 08/20/2015 AT 11:55 AM EDT Owen Wilson employed his famously crooked nose to great effect Wednesday, using it to correctly suss out the identity of a barnyard animal, while blindfolded, in a spirited game of "Nuzzle Whaaa???" on The Late Late Show.

When Will P&G Finally Air This Tide Commercial With a Gay Couple in the U.S.?

adweek.com — After two decades of supporting its gay employees internally, Procter & Gamble publicly came out in support of gay marriage late last year.

Ad of the Day: Why This Woman Faced Her Fears and Bravely Undressed in a Busy Square

adweek.com — Stunts designed to impart a message about body image have been so commonplace that many of them fade into the background. But this one, from a group called the The Liberators, is undeniably powerful-almost iconic in its simple, visceral message about loving one's body.
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Sep 02, 2015

RT @ratherironic: Just noticed how well the Obama logo works for Trump with some simple color changes and rotation. pic.twitter.com/1r91SeXTDx

Sep 02, 2015

.@Adweek I asked Nike once about the 23° thing in its logo, and got a no comment. Cool, if intentional. #AdweekChat pic.twitter.com/HO1q9csP07

Sep 02, 2015

RT @Adweek: Today's #AdweekChat is all about logos—the good, the bad, the iconic and the odd. See you at 2 p.m. ET! pic.twitter.com/hFeKVo2Ayo

Sep 01, 2015

@TheSmarmyBum We watch every cable channel 24/7, just in case.

Sep 01, 2015

If you were zoning out to Evine Live on cable TV at 11:04 am ET today, you saw this. adweek.it/1iguTO3 pic.twitter.com/IoAoNIV3IR

Sep 01, 2015

I spoke with Facebook about the cool slow-motion ads it's been running in News Feeds. adweek.it/1ig8sbL pic.twitter.com/gGENcvtZB6


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