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Tribal NY show you the highs and lows of DXM abuse

DXM is an active ingredient in over-the-counter couch medicines. It's a cheap way to get high. And it's been around for a while. When I was in high school they called it Robotripping.

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Intel has "gamers inside", pulls advertising from Gamasutra

Intel has confirmed to Adland that they have pulled their advertising for their experimental RealSense platform from the website Gamasutra;

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iBeacon, it's just like Minority Report but with more shopping

If you work in advertising you’ve probably heard vague and yet meaningful whisperings of this new iBeacon technology (Bluetooth Low Energy 4.0 to be precise). If so, you’re probably wondering what it can do for you, and how you can sell it to your client for a massive suitcase of cash.

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Tweet support to the protestors in Hong Kong with StandByYou #occupycentral

Use Occupier.hk/StandByYou to show your support to the protestors in Hong Kong directly via twitter. Your tweets are projected in realtime on a large wall in the current area of protest.

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Badass Rock n' Roll branding can move you.

Even before google ad-sponsored piracy and Spotify’s abysmal streaming rates eradicated the chances of making a respectable living, musicians have supplemented their incomes with day jobs until their dreams of making it big came true. R.E.M.’s Peter Buck worked in a record store.

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Never fear, the BEER app is here - first YO! clone asks "beer!?"

I have a feeling that Beer?! will be a very popular app among us adgrunts. With a quick tap-tap you invite all the friends you care to drink with out for a beer. When emojis simply won't do!

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"Ways to get into advertising" site with absurd advice

Jason Scott has made a random junk suggestion generator called Ways to get into advertising, where the advice is every hilarious stereotype you've ever heard about the hot shops and over-hyped ideas.
"FEDEX AKQA a giant QR code that links to your book" Good lord, no.

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Lena Dunham asks artists to perform for free on her book tour

Lena Dunham who got $3.7 million in advance for a book, where the book tour tickets alone would generate $304,000 in revenue, decided in a moment of Amanda Palmer "Beers, hugs, and high-fives" frenzy that the artists she enlisted to perform as opening acts on her book to

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