David Marine

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    Rick attempts to rescue an imperiled member of the group, while a recent attack has left Woodbury in disarray. Thanks for watching. Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at AMC.

I just unlocked the The Walking Dead: The Suicide King sticker on GetGlue

42139 others have also unlocked the The Walking Dead: The Suicide King sticker on GetGlue.com

Rick attempts to rescue an imperiled member of the group, while a recent attack has left Woodbury in disarray. Thanks for watching. Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at AMC.

"Surprise" - Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Trailer

They always do a great job with the COD spots even though they are pretty much the same thing every year. Each one has its own nuance to it.

Humanizing tech used to be Apple’s thing but I would argue that Google is doing it better than Apple these days. Love this new ad for the Chromebook.

Chromebook: For Everyone (by googlechrome)

PayPal’s first foray into TV ads and they tap Jeff Goldblum to be the spokesperson. His neurotic nature is a perfect fit for their messaging.

Shop without sharing your life story (by PayPal)

What makes this month’s issue of Entertainment Weekly so special? Not smoking-hot soccer mom Tina Fey vamping on the cover. The reason is inside: A 2.3-inch LCD screen insert that runs live video and tweets for the CW Network’s (not so) fresh lineup of shows. Wait, that’s not an ad. That’s a smartphone! That’s right, a bona-fide 3G android device. For the cover price of $3.95, you’re getting a cellphone along with your Hollywood news. Whoa. (via Entertainment Weekly Mag Has A Smartphone Bound In — If You Can Find It) View high resolution

What makes this month’s issue of Entertainment Weekly so special? Not smoking-hot soccer mom Tina Fey vamping on the cover. The reason is inside: A 2.3-inch LCD screen insert that runs live video and tweets for the CW Network’s (not so) fresh lineup of shows. Wait, that’s not an ad. That’s a smartphone! That’s right, a bona-fide 3G android device. For the cover price of $3.95, you’re getting a cellphone along with your Hollywood news. Whoa. (via Entertainment Weekly Mag Has A Smartphone Bound In — If You Can Find It)

XBox may be winning the console wars, but Playstation always seems to have the better TV creative. Another good one for the PS Vita featuring Madden bundle.

Madden NFL 13 PlayStation Vita Commercial (HD) (by ESGNTV)

Simple but brilliant ad from BMW. Not sure if this is really their target but still a good spot.

BMW - Caught (by BMWUSA)

Entertaining and interesting way of getting across a not so familiar concept. While not an ad this type of long form edutainment is actually more likely to be shared…

Minimum Viable Personality with Fake Grimlock (by Startup Bytes)

Furby Ushers in Era of Attachment Marketing | DigitalNext: A Blog on Emerging Media and Technology - Advertising Age

-Interesting read

My wife called me the other day saying she was with someone who wanted to talk to me. It was our Furby. I knew then that our life had changed. The new generation of the 1990s fad has found a way to tap into what should be a much bigger trend: attachment marketing.

I don’t know why, but I laugh out loud every time I see this ad…

Farmers Insurance — Roof: University of Farmers (by farmersinsurance)

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