It might be a slight exaggeration, but the PNW is really great.
Instead of programming a synth to generate music, they've left that up to a machine learning algorithm to figure out. Nsynth Super sounds like a synth, but the procedural generation opens up chances for quirks that you might not find elsewhere.
The workman in charge of organizing and posting these ads is an evil genius.
Apple's advertising game isn't quite what it was back in the days of the solid-color iPod ad, but this is a return to form.
The search giant's crusade against "annoying" ads isn't altruism.
How did Instagram know I've struggled with mental health issues to begin with and why would it think they've gotten worse?
It was the mid 2000s. Instagram and Snapchat did not yet exist. And for some reason, "Cloverfield" became a cultural phenomenon, while "Snakes on a Plane" became the web's biggest joke. Why?
Ram took a lot of heat for using a Martin Luther King, Jr. recording for its Super Bowl ad. And they should have gotten a lot more, considering that in a different part of the speech, King explicitly and vociferously criticizes car advertising.
Despite its current Tide Pod predicament, Tide had one of the best advertising nights of the Super Bowl, with its clever, David Harbour-starring fake-out ads popping up throughout the game.
Even if the New England Patriots, the Philadelphia Eagles and/or halftime performer Justin Timberlake aren't your thing, at the very least it's the Christmas of Good Commercials.
Ads for bottled water make it seem safer and purer than normal tap water, researchers say.
It is indisputably the time of year for Good Commercials, and what's more good than Keanu Reeves alone in the desert peddling that service that seems to support literally all your favorite podcasts?
The Super Bowl is coming and that means Super Bowl commercials are coming, and Doritos' pairing of Dinklage/Busta and Freeman/Missy is actually... pretty good?
If you want to fix much of what ails the internet right now, the ad business would be the perfect perp to handcuff and restrain — and perhaps even reform.
Companies usually describe their ideal candidate as a "self-starter," and Scott G. Overend definitely fits the bill.
If the aim of a good ad is to reach a wide number of people for cheap and to make a lasting impression, then this is a very good ad.
A wild reversal comes to the News Feed.
A new ad campaign aimed at sad Chicago millennials wants a very specific working class.
What's less cute than unearned nostalgia? Unrepentant shilling.
When a new attentional soft spot is discovered, the world can change overnight.
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