Watch Dogs 2 is out, and with it a trailer from Sid Lee Paris called Predictive World.
In this spot a man becomes two men and walks toward camera speaking in English on the right side and Spanish on the left side. He tells us the world he envisions has no division, which is ironic since he has literally separated from himself in this spot.
Half of the American population who voted are either reading this in the fetal position or literally rioting in the streets over democracy. The other half of the American voting population are either gloating, or doing cartwheels.
You're not the only sweet cherry in a world full of sour lemons. Even sour lemons can be sweet and respond to your cherry sweetness and we can all get along is the moral of this lovely animated story from Ben and Jerry's Europe.
Now there's no reason to spoil the moment when you want to drink some Coke, because Coke created a bottle that allows you to snap a selfie while you drink. This pice of drinkable tech made its debut at Israel's Summer Love event.
Interesting idea here for i.com. Every year Antwerp has a huge book fair. A lot of people don't treat it as a place to discover books, but to collect signatures of the authors who sign them.
Editorial company Whitehouse Post has bolstered their roster with the addition of multi-faceted editor Ryan Boucher. The widely traveled editor calls London home, but spends much of his time in the US and in Australia, where he initially launched his career.