Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Black, Lena Janae http://dreamflowinc.blogspot.com/
Cox, Robert Earl http://wickedpaws.blogspot.com/
DeGuzman, Arvinjay http://hellagoodproductions.blogspot.com/
Estrada, Stephanie Marie http://cameleonvodka.blogspot.com/
Gingsumrong, Jimmy Jaruwat http://pheonixpyro.blogspot.com/
Gulden, Karisa Lynne http://blushingbridevodka.blogspot.com/
Guzman, William Rafael http://hamcracker.blogspot.com/
Hard, Timothy Bryan http://wastedproduction.blogspot.com/
Hernandez, Ricci Anthony http://finnvodka.blogspot.com/
Holtzman, Craig Matthew http://creativemindsproduction.blogspot.com/
Mathews, Micha Lindsey http://flirtingwithadventure.blogspot.com/
Meade, Melody A. http://melodyshines.blogspot.com/
Munoz, Andrew James http://pennysteeler.blogspot.com/
Norsworthy, Michael Dewayne http://prettyvodka.blogspot.com/
Parker, Kiely Charles http://cerebralcease.blogspot.com/
Schafer, Lynn Marie http://sapphirestudioproductions.blogspot.com/
Schiebel, Katherine http://lady702.blogspot.com/
Silva, Laura http://lvcharisma.blogspot.com/
Staten, Brittney C. http://bstatestudios.blogspot.com/
Surrett,Monica Lynn http://blankgoldproductions.blogspot.com/
Yorgans, Ardashes Sevan http://prochargedproductions.blogspot.com/
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Microsoft’s Seinfeld Campaign: Random Humor, No Vista
Microsoft’s much-anticipated Jerry Seinfeld ad campaign is live on the Web. The first installment features the comedian and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates shopping at the discount-shoe outlet – and nary a mention of the Windows Vista operating system the campaign is trying to save.
The 90-second ad is basically a showcase for Seinfeld’s observational humor and Gates’s penchant for self parody. Gates is buying a pair of shoes at Shoe Circus, where he is a platinum member of the clown club. Seinfeld, who is eating a churro, walks by. Hilarity ensues, and then in the ad’s closing moments Seinfeld asks Gates if Microsoft is ever going to make our computers “moist and chewy like cakes so we can just eat them while we’re working?”
And that’s it. No mention of Vista, no mention of Windows.
Microsoft Kicks Off Seinfeld Campaign
By NICK WINGFIELD
September 5, 2008 3:17 p.m.
SEATTLE – Microsoft Corp. kicked off a major new advertising campaign to rejuvenate its Windows brand, which has been battered in recent years in commercials by rival Apple Inc. and tepid reviews of the latest version of its operating system for personal computers, Windows Vista.
Microsoft executives emphasized that the advertising campaign, featuring company Chairman Bill Gates and comedian Jerry Seinfeld in an initial spot1, are part of a much broader marketing push, with an estimated budget of $300 million. The Redmond, Wash., company will also staff sections of existing retail stores dedicated to Windows with Microsoft employees to improve the customer experience of buying new PCs.