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Minima gives Good Food a refresh

Good Food has been delivering products internationally for 25 years.


FOX apologises for X-men billboard showing Mystique in a chokehold

If you're a fan of X-men, the movies, you're in all likelihood a fan of Mystique, the complex mutant who can change her appearance to look like anyone, but spends most of the films looking like her blue, and very naked, self.


AIR Brussels creates 360 experience to help end cyber bullying.

Here's a heart-wrenching experience from AIR Brussels, created for the Belgian telecom operator VOO and the Belgian Federal Police.


Tech Giants vow to end hate speech. This ought to go well.

Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter have all vowed to respond to online hate speech in less than twenty-four hours."as part of a joint commitment with the European Union to combat the use of social media by terrorists,"


Daniel Brown is a Troublemaker

Daniel Brown is a director, writer, and storyteller. He has cultivated an eclectic approach, drawing inspiration from film and music to literature and design. Daniel has a way of bending reality, indulging it with bits of fantasy and reverie.


One in five smartphone users choose adblocker

A New York Times Article today is bemoaning the fact that Google and Facebook, who have given you a free service in exchange for collecting all of your data, now find themselv


Chinese detergent company apologise & blame media for over-amplification of 'racist' black man ad.

Shanghai Leishang Cosmetics, who created the washing powder ad that went viral, says "sorry” for harm caused by foreign media's "over-amplification" of ad.


McDonald's hacks its hamburger menu for a good cause

National Hamburger Day is tomorrow, May 28th. McDonald’s Canada is celebrating by “hacking” the digital hamburger button, on websites.