DuckDuckGo grows up, time to replace Google as default search engine

Don'tBubble.us is another compelling argument from DuckDuckGo to switch search engines, and really you should do it, right now. Because with Google, you are living in an internet bubble. The internet bubble knows all about you, and serves you results depending on what you and your social circle have been reading lately.

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Netflix "Test Results" (2014) :30 (Canada)

Netflix "Test Results" (2014) :30 (Canada)

Nothing like some over the top comedy in a classic Doctor/Patient scenario. Except in this case, people are referencing television shows to get their point across. Funny.

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Netflix "Proposal" (2014) :30 (Canada)

Netflix "Proposal" (2014) :30 (Canada)

This campaign is quite funny. It's also very telling because it suggests that people watch so many films on Netflix they don't actually remember what they see.

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Netflix "Airport" (2014) :60 (Canada)

Netflix "Airport" (2014) :60 (Canada)

Very funny misdirect here. At the last minute when you think there's a rousing speech about love, boom. What is the Netflix password?

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DDB Canada designs some great posters for their Netflix campaign

You gotta get it to get it. The only one Id din't 'get' was Life of Pi because I didn't see it. That movie looked like it sucked. Either way, love the design of these.

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Mutato sums up Brazil's loss in one social post for Coke.

After Brazil lost 7-1 to Germany, Mutato pushed out this Coke social post. Not much else to say. Choooooooooke.

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Adland joins Centup - where each "like" you give, gives to charity

Len Kendall, Founder of CentUp.org (and avid twitterer here) wasn't the only one who noticed that people Facebook "like" too much. We'll like natural disasters, puppies, pithy quotes about overthrowing dictators. "Liking isn't helping" as a campaign idea was even Badlanded as it became a trend.

 

Ikea "Beds" (2014) 1:30 (UK)

Ikea "Beds"  (2014) 1:30 (UK)

Trippy, dreamy ad for Ikea beds. Woman tumbles from bed to bed in the air.

And it's all set to the dialogue from Shakespeare's The Tempest Act 4, scene 1, 148–158.

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Footlocker + adidas "Life Changes: Fanmail' (2014) :15 (USA)

Footlocker + adidas "Life Changes:  Fanmail' (2014) :15 (USA)

Think life changes after the draft? Not really. Just as NBA prospect, Dante Exum. He's faking it till he makes it.

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Footlocker + adidas "Life changes: Reservation" (2014) :15 (USA)

Footlocker + adidas "Life changes: Reservation" (2014) :15 (USA)

Poor Date Exum. Not only this NBA Draft Prospect a nobody, but he can't even make reservations at a restaurant.

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