As rumored for some time, Twitter is no longer going to count photos, usernames, links, quoted Tweets, and other attachments against your 140 character count.
For almost 40 years, Glen Keane has brought the likes of Aladdin, Ariel, and Beast to life at Disney. Keane has cartoons in his blood. He father is "The Family Circus" creator Bil Keane.
It would be safe to say that Glen knows a thing or two about animation. Now, he has helped create what could be the future of animation.
Watch this great video to learn more about this giant leap forward.
Every once in a while we like to show off a little. Here is a fun little video we did for our friends at Rock On. It was meant be a short promo video for their RoBoGo sale.
Last night, Big Beef and Cheddar inventors Arby's cut together a tribute to Jon Stewart by way of a video montage. What a great reaction by a brand to years of being picked on. But we like to think that The Daily Show provided Arby's an outrageous amount of free advertising. So it was probably more of a love letter than a dig. Either way, Arby's comes out on top.
In celebrating National Photo Month, we are highlighting great pics that we have come across in our journey. This one here, we are going to call "Regret"
The new spot features Danny Trejo and an awesome cameo at the end. We have a leader for the best commercial of 2015.
We always love well done commercials. Especially those that highlight the human condition. This outstanding ad from Rolex is one of those commercials.
You may remember the #freethenipple hashtag. It was such a great story and a powerful campaign. Now there is a movie based on the campaign. So we went from an activists hashtag to an IFC movie. The movie opens December 12th.
STILL THINK SOCIAL MEDIA DOESN'T MATTER?
Ken Block is at it again. This time he is showing off the City of Angels. Backed by Ford, Hoonigan, and Need for Speed. The entire concept took $1 million and 1 year to plan and make and 5 days to shoot. There are many odes including: Randy's Donuts, Chinatown, O.J. Simpson's Slow Speed chase and many more.
Now the question is: How can you create this type of engaging content when you don't have a million dollars or a year to plan it?
Just to frame it for you, this video was uploaded yesterday and as of this post(1 day) it has garnered nearly 7 million views.
As most know, there is no sure fire way to get your content to go viral. With that said, there are still plenty of companies out there that promise just that. Here is what we think about those people: