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Land Rover presents: The Vanishing Game

International best selling author William Boyd spins an 8 part tale for Land Rover called The Vanishing Game . More than just an audio book, The Vanishing Game is a multimedia experience that allows interaction on a variety of sensory levels including video, cinemagraphs, photography, animation, voice-over narration and a musical soundtrack

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Unit 9 Presents: Five Minutes, with G-Shock Watches.

Do you like live action zombie games? Well, up-and-coming student writer and director Maximilian Niemann and producer Felix Faißt have created something you'll love. FIVE MINUTES was created with Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. It's not just a zombie game though but it's also a branded interactive film featuring G-SHOCK watches. .

As the hero, John, you're fighting to survive being injured after a zombie battle. You only have five minutes to figure out how to get help and save yourself and your daughter.

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"Drunk girl in public" social experiment hoax breaks all SAG rules

We've all heard by now that the Drunk Girl" social experiment viral video is a hoax. Hoax as in staged, though I don't even understand how anyone would think it wasn't with some of the terrible acting on display.

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#askadstandards twitter movement puts Ad Standards Board against the wall

#askadstandards is the hashtag that aims to confront the Ad Standards Board with how lax they are in regards to the sexualisation of women in advertising.

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eightytwenty uses Tinder to highlight sex trafficking

The Immigrant Council and Dublin based digital/experiential agency eightytwenty used Tinder to create awareness for the Immigrant Council of Ireland about sex trafficking and prostitution.

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M&C Saatchi launches Like4Lives

Could sharing a photo save the koalas? M&C Saatchi decided to find out. The fact is, koalas are endangered. They get way more likes on social media than donations. But that's going to change thanks to The Australian Koala Foundation’s new social media initiative, Like for Lives, urges people to post a picture of a koala on Instagram or Facebook together with the promise: For every like this picture gets, I will donate 50 cents to savethekoala.com
Visit to join the campaign.

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Burger King wants you to fight to skip the line.

After a fifteen years absence, Burger King is returning to France but with very few restaurants, people are complaining on social media about the wait time. So Burger King and Buzzman have created a mobile game with one intention: to help you skip the line. Download the app, defend your menu against a swarm of hands, and win the fast pass.

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Picpedant: battling copyright infringement, twitter spam and false info with snarky corrections

Picpedant is twitter's photo superhero, swooping down on the countless "Funnypix","Amazingpix","Historyinpix" and similar spammy twitter accounts, that everyone and their aunt can't help but retweet. Please don't retweet that crud, you are only helping spammers get a foothold. The pic-bots bother me, not just for their lazy scraping and copyright infringement, but also for "polluting" otherwise sensible streams with (often false) junk.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha creates cover shoot with Ronja Furrer

Now you can see what it's like to capture a real supermodel thanks to the Samsung Galaxy Alpha and Supermodel Ronja Furrer. This interactive site called Alpha Cover is from Zurich based Serranetga so you should probably speak a language other than English to understand it.
Either way though it looks nice. What's even cooler is if you play photographer, your photo has a chance of actually ending up on Swiss fashion magazine 20 Minuten Friday and published during Zurich Fashion Week.

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Waze gets scary for Halloween

Waze is a community-based traffic app that I use quite a lot in L.A. They have a special initiative going on just in time for Halloween and that's a haunted maze map. Basically anywhere that hasn't been scoped out by users is "haunted." Now help de-haunt the map by taking photos and basically helping them flesh out the map.

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