Here’s some internet nuggets that grabbed our attention last week.
The latest venture from Sean Parker (of Napster and Facebook fame). It’s essentially live video chat using Facebook, but an interesting twist is the ’Chat Roulette’ style feature, which connects you with random users who share similar Facebook interests. Will it end up being full of hilariously inappropriate internet trolls? Only time will tell…
Advertising on cup sleeves
Y&R Dubai came up with this innovative approach to drive awareness of the Gulf News newspaper – each hour the top headline is printed onto a coffee cup sleeve.
Fun kickstarter project – turn pretty much anything you like into a keyboard or controller. Including people. And bananas.
Tesco have begun promoting their F&F clothing range in smaller London based stores, using AR platform Aurasma. The range is displayed in a virtual shop window, allowing passers-by to purchase directly from their phones.
A (NSFW) ode to internet trolls
‘Dedicated to hard working internet trolls everywhere. Love ya, keep on trollin’!’