Sprint "Meet the Frobinsons," (2014) :30 (USA)

Sprint "Meet the Frobinsons," (2014) :30 (USA)

Nice to see Andrew Dice Clay getting some work even if he's voicing a hamster. it's also nice to know that the Sprint Framily plan includes pets, too.

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Sprint "Family Portrait" (2014) :30 (USA)

Sprint "Family Portrait" (2014) :30 (USA)

Sprint has a plan called the Framily plan, which allows you to add friends and family to your plan.

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TaylorMade "Trust" (2014) 1:00 (USA)

TaylorMade "Trust" (2014) 1:00 (USA)

Don't trust professional golfers, physics, robots or reviews. The only thing you can trust is how much farther you can hit the ball, thanks to the new TaylorMade SLDR.

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CIIC "What do you actually do for a living?" (2014) 2:00 (Australia)

CIIC "What do you actually do for a living?" (2014) 2:00 (Australia)

The Creative Industries Innovation Centre (CIIC) has a great video explaining to the squares what creative types actually do. Hardly the black turtleneck, beareded cool-glasses wearing type.

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Freeperiod.se - free tampons in the mail, paid for by ads.

While women in tech are busy outing brogrammers, and adwomen are busy holding conferences about women in advertising, these three guys decided to start FreePeriod.se, a company that delivers free tampons to women, together with advertising. Yep, there's a regular monthly subscriber base ripe for special offers and targeted ads right there. You'd think a woman might have thought of it first, but I guess they were too busy with other things.

One thing though, isn't advertising on my tampons just a little creepy?

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Mustache March 2014 "Stout Hearted Men" (2014) 1:40 (Iceland)

Mustache March 2014 "Stout Hearted  Men" (2014) 1:40 (Iceland)

This came out last month but better late than never. This was created to get the attention of the Icelandic male population.

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Vulfpeck releases silent album, mocks Spotify's pathetic royalties.

Brilliant. Funky R&B band Vulfpeck knows Spotify plays don't pay the bills. So the L.A.-based band is waving a middle finger to them, and promoting themselves and their upcoming tour in the process.

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Doctors of the World "Names not numbers" (2104) 1:30 (france)

Doctors of the World "Names not numbers" (2104) 1:30 (france)

Over 300,000 women die every year due to pregnancy related complications and unsafe abortions. BETC Paris, We Do, and B-Reel decided to highlight this problem by giving it a name.

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