The Uber-List of 275 Twitter Tools… Something for Every Occasion.

The Uber-List of 275 Twitter Tools… Something for Every Occasion.

It’s likely that there are more Twitter tools available now than people “following” you.  Here is an uber-list of 275 Twitter tools for every occasion… from finding the right people to follow, tracking latest trends, integrating with blogs and Facebook, to scheduling tweets and everything in between.  Chances are if you’re into Twitter, then there’s something...

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Expense-a-Steak App Takes on Recession… and your accounting department!

Expense-a-Steak App Takes on Recession… and your accounting department!

This is a terrific example of smart and relevant content. A simple application that doesn’t provide much utility, but worth a laugh and hits a bulls-eye for relevancy. Here’s the context: The economy has been a bit on the soft side, putting a great deal of pressure on certain industries: the banking industry, the media industry, the brokerage industry, the advertising industry and,...

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A branded app that brings you a little joy during volatile economic times.

PUMA Bodywear brings you a little joy during these volatile economic times. The PUMA Index is a real stock market ticker, but with an added bonus. When the market goes down the models clothes come… An interesting and certainly amusing concept from PUMA.  If they’re hoping to target a young male demo, this is certainly the right play.  That said, does it do any damage to the brand? ...

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If popular websites were people, what would they look like?

If popular websites were people, what would they look like?

Mashable’s Stan Schroeder recently posted this short blurb and image from comic artist elontirien on deviantART. The image truly captures the essence of these websites… so now you can put a face to the name! Who’s the Bigger Nerd: Wikipedia or Google?: “If popular websites were people, what would they look like? If you’ve ever wondered, an artist’s rendering gives a really cute...

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Trident Thinks Small, Happy

Trident Thinks Small, Happy

Trident targets the “little piece of happy” of the brand instead of taking the materialistic approach These short 15 second ads are not meant to deliver a long, drawn out, deep message but instead to provide the audience with a smile or a ‘moment of happiness.’  The campaign has been in the works for three years and sprang as a result of asking customers what Trident truly looked like to them....

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Daily Show fans are in for a treat- Bing pays for a Tivo-like fast forward through commercials

Daily Show fans are in for a treat- Bing pays for a Tivo-like fast forward through commercials

Bing is taking the same concept to shows such as George Lopez, Charm School With Rikki Lake, and Real World/Road Rules Challenge.  We have no idea what this concept looks like as of yet but Mashable promises to be a video ASAP.  Studies are showing that curiosity in the Bing has peaked but this hasn’t necessarily translated to any gains. Read more at Mashable...

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