Do you like cats? Do you wish to be surrounded by cute graphics and the constant meowing of kittens? Then Cat-A-Pult might be just for you! Cat-A-Pult is a casual game developed by Tivola. It is free to play and available for download in the app store. The goal of the game is throw 8-bit cats on a platform and stack them as high as possible. If a cat falls off…
If you’re dayjob is marketing (as mine is) then you will probably relate to this video. While this video is a lot of inside baseball, I predict it will definitely make the rounds with Marketing wonks. Either way it’s good for a lol. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
If you are an Oregon Ducks fan, chances are you are crying right now. A few weeks ago the U of O football team was in contention for the national title. After a loss to Stanford two weeks ago they were looking for a comeback. Today any hopes of returning to the top were utterly crushed as Arizona made the prima donna football team look like they were the High…
And you thought Samsung’s Broadway announcement of the Galaxy S IV was bad…. excuse me while I pick my jaw off the floor and grab a mop.
It’s no secret that Samsung and Apple are fierce competitors in the mobile space. One only needs to look as far as the “Samsunged” ads to see that. Never mind the countless court battles the two fight. Microsoft is exploiting the fanboyism on both sides of the Samsung/Apple fight. Watch this ad. I think Redmond/Espoo hit the mark with this one. So what do you say? Funny or not?
I know that I pick on Apple and Apple fans probably more than is fair. Since I just posted a video from Jimmy Kimmel on the iPad Mini here’s Jimmy Kimmel’s take on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
In case you haven’t seen Jimmy Kimmel’s take on the iPad Mini, I’ve posted the video for you below. Enjoy!
Like they do every time they announce something, Apple owns this 24 hour media cycle. While everyone is oohing and aahhhing over the new iPad Mini, this little gem popped up on YouTube. Even though I tend to lean Android, I thought this was pretty good.
Looks like Samsung is really playing hardball with the advertising. In a world where marketers rarely directly name competitors in their advertisements Samsung has. Building on the success of previous campaign, Samsung has released a new advertisement making fun of the iPhone 5 and the fans that love it. What do you think? Is this ad fair?