Holiday Inn Hotels: "Scott Rigsby" (2014) 3:30 (USA)

Holiday Inn Hotels: "Scott Rigsby"  (2014) 3:30 (USA)

The guests of Holiday Inn aren't just guests. They're real people with real stories, and extraordinary journeys along the way. This story, which launches Holiday Inn's "The Journey To Extraordinary," campaign, features Scott Rigsby.

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Lá Tinha "The world is changing" (2014) 2:25 (Portugal)

Lá Tinha  "The world is changing" (2014) 2:25 (Portugal)

Even if you don't speak Portuguese, you'll understand this idea.

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Montana's Cookhouse "Paid For In Meat" (2014) 2:00 (Canada)

Montana's Cookhouse "Paid For In Meat" (2014) 2:00 (Canada)

To prove how irresistible Montana's Cookhouse Best Of Barbecue sampler is, they hired an actor to go around Toronto and see if he could barter goods and services with his meat.
{Insert pervy joke here}

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Peanut Butter Cheerios "#howtodad" (2:15) (Canada)

Peanut Butter Cheerios "#howtodad" (2:15) (Canada)

Peanut Butter Cheerios sound like a sugar monstrosity. Be that as it may, this ad is less about Cheerios and more about what it means to be a dad.

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Nature Valley "Field Trip" (2014) 1:50 (Canada)

Nature Valley "Field Trip" (2014) 1:50 (Canada)

The sad fact is fewer than 10% of kids spend any time in nature. And it's not just because they love their tablets and smart phones.

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Migdal Insurance provides for all kinds of work injuries.

A little World Cup-themed ad for Migdal Insurance company. Injured at work? Yikes. The one nice thing about Suarez this past World Cup is that his bite the gift that keeps on giving.

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Mr. Lowery goes to Washington.

73 years ago, Congress and the Department Of Justice issued a temporary consent decree to force songwriters to let big companies use their songs without negotiation.

73 years later, that temporary decree is not only still in place, but major broadcasters and webcasters met today to try to uh, influence Congress and the Department Of Justice to keep that consent in place. This decree, by the way, allows a federal judge to randomly decide what a reasonable rate is for a song. It wouldn't surprise me if the rate hasn’t changed in 73 years either.

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Radio 538's new poster campaign nods to porn as women lick hot dogs

Sexist ad of the week is this gem from Radio 538 in the Netherlands and photographed by William Rutten. Fun trivia: "Rutten" means "rotten" in Swedish.

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Stop churning out the Selfie hashtag idea: it's not original and was never any good.

Listen up, brands and social media people, there's one idea so over-used in advertising today that it has its own tumblr Badland site. You see, Your Selfie Idea is Not Original, and that selfie idea is trotted out at least once a day in the ad-world, and no matter what brand signs off on it, the campaign is rubbish. Well, apart from that Samsung underwater selfie stunt, because that was a pretty cool product benefit demonstration.

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Bistro - The cat feeder with cat facial recognition - (2014) 2:00 (USA)

Bistro - The cat feeder with cat facial recognition - (2014) 2:00 (USA)

This is a cat feeder, but with an app. The cat feeder will also have Cat Face Recognition, so it can tell you which one of your cats is eating, and how much.

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