Month: March 2008

Jack Lemmon

“If you’ve done well in the business that you wanted to be in, it’s your obligation to send the elevator back down” Advertisements

Woolworths

Go to http://www.woolworths.co.uk and search for duster. ha ha

3D sound

This audio technology is really impressive. Currently seems to only work using headphones but this could have massive potential for horror films.

Google support Earth Hour

  Someone told me a while ago that if Google changed their background to black they’d save a gazzillion watts of energy a day. Apparently that’s not true according to Google but I none the less respect their effort to support Earth Hour by changing their background to black. Nice one.

New Levi ads

I like the collection of new Levi ads produced by BBH…

Second effort at painting

This site as a graph…

Fed Ex logo

I haven’t seen this before but enjoyed it once it was pointed out to me… Can you see the hidden object? Between the E and the x. See it now? Can u can u It’s an arrow! Genius Thanks to farisyakob.typepad.com for that

Akio Morita

“We don’t ask consumers what they want. They don’t know. Instead we apply our brainpower to what they need, and will want, and make sure we’re there, ready.” Akio Morita, Founder of Sony

1942 Harley Davidson

Currently for sale on ebay.  

Honda Rune

B&W Zeppelin

I want one. Their website is also very good…

Google Android

  Google have just released a free, open source platform for mobile phones called Andriod. It looks like its going to integrate things like search, maps inc streetview, calendar, documents and search. I use these all the time so I’m quite excited. They’re not releasing a phone as such like apple but they’re offering 10

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Fisker Karma

This is the new Fisker Karma hybrid electric car. It hits 60 in  six seconds and I think it looks rather nice. The best thing about it is that the designers have introduced internal and external speakers to create engine noise to compensate for the whir of the electric motor. Apparently there’s a range of 

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How to get your first job by David Trott