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What kind of Dog are you?

I'm a Coton de Tulear, apparently. What dog are you?

The new film "Gone to the dogs" is being promoted with a little game on their site (click on game). It's suprisingly accurate, somehow.

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www is redundant, by the way

I don't know how many people have noticed but this site does not use www in front of the domain. We're a bonafida class B non-www site and have been for the past three or four years. If you link to us and use the dang www's, our redirect will get rid of them anyway. In fact, all domains on this server redirect to non-www domain names.

no-www.org is a site where you can test yours and others www-class and explains in short why the www is - and has been for years - redundant. Isn't it a blessing to be able to say "u-arr-ell-dot-com" these days rather than "double-ya double-ya double-ya (phew) u-arr-ell-dot-com" to someone? You save on typing and space on businesscards, it's all good. :)

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Lego introduces - Spiderman 2

Lego has done their own special version of spiderman 2 - in Lego naturally.

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Open source miracle horse-birth advert.

The Register has found a very strange Japanese ad for Open Source software, actress Norika Fujiwara promotes StarSuite - Sun Microsystems' Japanese Office knock off. In one ad, Norika is so stunned by the $18 StarSuite price tag she falls over and gives birth to a foal - the idea is "anything can happen".

"We convey a concept of our $18 strategy as surprising and moving in the ad," said Nori Matsuda, the president and CEO of SourceNext. "The ad basically says, 'Anything can happen.'"

view the ad here.
Hat tip to Marla on adlist.

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MiniBrother - Big brother in a Mini

A new link submission we'd like to alert y'all too is this Mini Brother link, it's just like the show Big Brother, but in a Mini.
Windows media only. (i'm sowwy)

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Beatboxers do it with Motorola

Beep-box.com is the result of a collaboration between 4 worldclass beatboxers and Motorola.

Motorola needed a way to show Push 2 Talk technology in action, so they called on the incredible skills of Faith SFX, Oracle, Koobs and Lionhart. The four beatboxers, representing for Paris, London, New York and Berlin, conference beatbox using Motorola's new V 600 P, a phone that allows the user to have walkie-talkie style conversations with their friends across the globe. Neat-o! Shame abut the image quality of the video however.

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Ugoff, new BK ad directed by Roman Coppola

CP&B released yet another quirky BK ad starring Ugoff, the designer a month or two back. Thanks to BoingBoing we know know that Roman Coppola directed it, and Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo did the score.

Ugoff's website and commercial are at Ugoff.com, bonus, the actor who plays Ugoff also appears in this advert Charles Schwab - Girl Talk (2004) 0:30 (USA).

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adgames online - samorost part 2 and Sink ya Drink

Those who remember and enjoyed the beautiful point and click game Samorost (clues here) will be pleased to know that Amanita designs have made another one, called Quest for the rest for the band The Polyphnic Spree. It's shorter and easier but still good. Amanita has also made this interactive game for Nike labs.

On another viral game note Sink Ya Drink was released on Friday, where the object of the game is to drink as many pints as possible before the pub closes. I downed 103. *hic*

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Art of Speed - Nike shows 15 speeding films

Everyone seems quite exited about Nike teaming up with gawker to deliver a "blogvertorial"over at Gawker.com, the NYT reports.

I' m far more exited about the brilliant films - take Saiman Chow & Han Lee's speedexperiment which can be described as yellow submarine on acid. Yes, on acid, it's such a cliché but when you watch the adrenaline cells decide to have a race with no mercy on all sorts trippy vechicles inside the runners body, you'll see what we mean. Watch QT big or small

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Really simple syndication - a site about RSS

RSS has been around for a long long time, we've had a feed since 2000, many bloggers have been using it for years and years, and now it seems to finally be catching on with the big guns as deep.ed pointed out in RSS to exist. RSS is even graduating from 'just a format' to a media in it's own right, complete with ads of course; will RSS stay ad-free?

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