ISSUE 71| 05.16.2012
The Story of Send  


Ever wonder what happens to an email between the time you send it and the time it is received on the other end? To answer this question, Google created a descriptive and colorful video of an email's travels that also describes how they are doing their part to become a greener company. (AdFreaks)

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What better way to keep children fit and encourage them to want to stay active than to make it a game. Zamzee is an activity tracker for kids. They can wear it and at the end of the day log into and upload their scores. Their points are converted into "currency" that can be used to outfit their Zamzee avatar. (Mashable)



FarFaria is an awesome new app with a great concept. It is the Netflix of children's books. Parents pay a monthly fee of $3.99 for unlimited access to children's books on their tablet. However, the books available are solely created for the app, so don't be surprised if Dr. Seuss doesn't show up on your search. (USA Today)

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Guinness Deep Sea Bar


Guinness, the Irish beer company, is turning 250 and wanted to celebrate in a big way. They've come up with a submarine -like bar called the Guinness Deep Sea Bar. The bar is currently being tested for ventilation and other safety precautions and will remain in the Baltic Sea until its launch. (Arch Daily)

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Indestructible Backpack


EVOC, an outdoor sports brand, promoted their new protective backpack with an indestructible billboard. People were invited to punch a backpack on the billboard in order to prove its durability. With each punch a Facebook update was posted on EVOC's page. Ultimately, the billboard received 97 hits per hour. (Creativity-Online) 

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Scary Movie Comes to Life


If you're a fan of the horror flick 'The Ring' this campaign was made for you. This movie is going on its 6th installment in Japan and is now in 3D. To promote the film producers decided to take the scary girl from the movie to the streets of Tokyo, Japan. (Fast Company) 

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Facebook Hires Lightbox Team


Facebook announced that it has hired Lightbox's entire team. Lightbox is similar to Instagram and is run by a team of seven engineers. Facebook will not be acquiring any user data from prior to its acquisition, and announced that users have until June 15th to backup all their data. Lightbox will be shut down after this date. Facebook will be moving forward in making mobile work for the company. (AllThingsD) 

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Twitter's Email Digest


Twitter has unveiled its new email digest option. If you're too busy to keep up with Tweets or maybe have been on vacation for the past week, Twitter will send you a weekly email of what you may have missed. You can now keep up with Twitter even when you're not on it. (Huffington Post)

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"Believe with all of your heart that you will do  

what you were made to do."

Orison Swett Marden | American writer

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