…I can appreciate the music, video and production values of a lot of what’s around. This is one.
A different attitude than these guys.
First time Colgate offered a commercial for the Super Bowl. Not a bad start IMHO.
Happy Holidays for people who believe in all people.
Caution — may be habit-forming.
A little less than four years ago, the first 2011 Nissan Leaf electric car was delivered to eager buyer Olivier Chalouhi in San Francisco.
Earlier this month, Nissan and its partner the French carmaker Renault delivered their 200,000th electric car.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance now claims a 58-percent share of the market for vehicles with no tailpipe emissions.
And it doesn’t bother sales at all – in most of the world – to roll out a commercial showing a couple of Formula One drivers galavanting around one of the biggest shopping malls in the world – in a couple of Twizys. Renault’s cutesy electric city car – the smallest of the four electric models they offer.
I’ve been a DirecTV subscriber since about their first half-year on the street. Twenty years ago. Done a little beta-testing, now and then, with a user forum. They’re technically ahead of the competition all of the time.
Nice to be able to say the same about their social maturity.
Have you ever seen a Rube Goldberg contraption powered by light? You have now, with this ad from the Japanese fiber-optic internet provider Au Hikari, which means “light.” This light bounces, bends, and burns! And it looks cool, too.
A Hong Kong movie theater asks its patrons to leave their cellphones ON when they enter the movie. Using that, Volkswagen made an eye-opening ad…