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The girl from Lego ad 1981 is all grown up - why the pink today?

Women you should know .net found the little girl in the lego ad, Rachel Giordano, who is all grown up, and she has a few things to say about gendered (pink) toys.

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Aardman creates addictive "Music Inc" game app

You'd think we changed business over the weekend as you'd hear things like this around here;

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Kiss Recognition technology will help you win prizes

Mrm Romaina is dropping a fun interactive campaign for discount grocery chain Lidl, just in time for Valentine's Day. The Valentine Kiss app is available on mobile, Facebook or on Lidlkiss.com.

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Aston Martin recalls 17,590 cars - to protect its brand and your life.

17,590 cars, 7,271 in Europe and 5,001 in the United States, are being recalled by Aston Martin due to "counterfeit material". A Chinese sub-supplier was using counterfeit plastic material in a part supplied to the British luxury carmaker, and this could have far reaching consequences. It affects around 75 percent of all vehicles built between late 2007 and 2012 - but the Vanquish model is not affected at all.

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Amnesty International's brand in prostitution trouble on twitter #QuestionsforAmnesty

In a rather shocking move. Amnesty International, protectors of human rights and engaged in the prevention of human trafficking, has changed their prostitution policy and are now calling for prostitution to be decriminalised to "protect human rights".

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Goldieblox and Weathertech, the two sides of America in the super bowl.

I Doge-plated* the super bowl of 2014: Such patriotism. So flag-waving. Wow. America.

The 2014 Super Bowl Commercials reveal an interesting schism between winners and losers, there's America and then there's America. There's two teams duking it out here, and you can see it in the Super bowl ads.

 

2014 super bowl ads have a controversy winner as Scarlett drops Oxfam for Sodastream

Sodastream decided to run with the same SB tactic as last year, with their "Sorry, Coke and Pepsi" 'banned' super bowl ad controversy, and it was all going rather swimmingly until Oxfam suddenly entered the picture. You see, having Scarlett Johansson do her best Sofia Vergara/ Pepsi "drop my robe" impression wasn't the only reason this ad went viral.

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