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Slow clap for Jack White's defense of TIDAL

It's bad enough no one wants to support music culture any more. Not even by downloading music.

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Spotify finds more partners to inflate its subscription rates

First Spotify partnered with Sony, putting the streaming service on Playstations.

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I Spent £5.89 on Twitter Advertising And Here's What I Learned

We've all heard the one "If you're not the customer then you're the product being sold." Well guess what - it's painfully true. Twitter, Facebook and all those other social media platforms don't specifically exist to give you warm fuzzy feelings when confronted with a cat doing something cute. They're there to make bundles of cold hard cash selling your eyeballs to advertisers. I gave £5.89 to twitter and here's what I learned.

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Juice billboard declares: "Once you go black....."

The trendy black bottle for fruit juices that taste good but are less than appetizing to look at has reached the USA.

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Atlanta electronic billboard hijacked to show Goatse

Smuggling Goatse into digital billboards is an old school (and gross) hack-prank by now, I know that I've tried it , but seldom as successful as this one.

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FortaCloud adds lingerie clad woman to hosting offer on twitter = instant retweets

At first glance the image of a woman in lingerie draped across a bed staring seductively at the camera seems so misplaced in a tweet about discounted hosting that one suspects the social media manager slipped the wrong image into the tweet by mistake.

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Supply&Demand signs Joseph Kahn

Music video, commercial and feature film director Joseph Kahn has joined Supply&Demand. Kahn’s clients include Samsung, Adidas, Target, Johnny Walker, BMW, Mercedes, T-Mobile, Budweiser, Bacardi, HP, Nascar and PlayStation.

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AirBnB has a floating house available in London

Brothers and TBWA creative directors Nick and Steve Tidball created this floating house cottage that is making it's way around the river Thames.

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