Scratch and sniff perfume ads?
2850 posts • joined 10 Jun 2009
Scratch and sniff perfume ads?
I don't think I've ever seen anyone use a QR code on an ad...
I guess they figure everyone is thinking... If only there was a way to do this that would require me to buy a new phone.
Too bad your standing on your head...
Reminds me of when Vista was getting all the bad press and they were spewing crap about how great it was to anyone who would listen.
They quickly reached mostly harmless around the time they went public, but didn't stop there.
They have also mastered the privacy statement that is almost but not entirely unlike privacy.
and what happens when a non-roadtrain car enters the highway, will the roadtrain split to let the driver merge?
2. wtf is swipe
Swiper, no swiping!
That's only for music. Video is still DRMed and locked to your iTunes account (and any iThings linked to it). Stuff still gets posted online with the DRM stripped 30 seconds after it is released so only the people who pay are affected as usual.
Here we have a hybrid system. You vote on paper, but they scan the votes (with the ballets then dropping into a sealed box). So you get the fast results of an e-voting system, but if the vote is close, or there is a dispute they open up the boxes and count them by hand.
Still have to watch for the old games like stuffing the ballet box, gaming the voters list and such but it beats e-voting hands down when it comes to trust.
That's too fast, better to dip them in honey and stake them to an ant hill.
No, they have fixed the Crystal Skull by adding Jar Jar.
Before you bought extras from Microsoft Partners, now you buy it all from Microsoft.
Stuff the partners... again.
And having a big number to print on the box.
- We save money buy making everyone buy their own laptop/phone.
- We outsource IT to India
- We get some of that cloud stuff that everyone is talking about, it must be good.
Big money saved! IPads for all the exec!
What could go wrong?
Just like my old job, I went to the marketing manager and told him one of his staff was sending spam... No it's not spam, it's an email blast.
He was very upset when we were blacklisted (as I warned him) for spamming...
But tell them it's not spam! they can't block us.
They have been trying to say that content providers are free-loading and should pay for some time, this is just another attempt to charge both ends. I would not be surprised if that "800" fee includes a percent of the contents cost and not just a fee for the data.
Unless the test is to see if people install the app anyway...
The gas cylinder is user replaceable.
Is it plugged in?
And did they try rebooting?
My bank in Canada used to require 4 digit but just over a year ago switched to 4-6 digits. You can still have 4 if you want, or use 5 or 6 for better security.
They all love the broken patent system when it's them stomping on other people, but when it comes back to them they squeal like a pig.
For the average consumer WOA (or winpho for that matter) is not windows.
You can't run Windows software, it's not windows. You could take an Android device and stick tiles on it and call it windows and it would be about the same for the consumer.
If they are going to copy Apple's locked garden they should have given it a different name then Windows (like iOS), maybe call the OS Metro.
The crap didn't work / could not handle high volume but they pushed it out anyway.
People in the field had the choice of turn it off, or have line-ups backup onto the runways.
MP cries that it's not their fault, they never gave permission for the crap to not work.
The world ended when VCRs didn't get banned, then again when MP3 players didn't get banned.
So no biggie if the world ends again.
I think someone though Vic was to stupid to notice. They got him to introduce this bill so he could be the lightning rod. Maybe distract people from the bogus copyright bill that Hollywood paid good money for.
"This is the first time that I'm hearing this somehow extends ordinary police emergency powers"
He has no clue, did he even read it?
My first thought was it looks like an over exposed black and white negative.
It has a CGA colour monitor look.
They just ran out of yellow and Magenta ink.
"the costs they would have to incur to meet the requirements."
Here come some RIAA style math (millions and millions of dollars and thousands of jobs lost).
So what happens if you spray this stuff on a snake?
They are quite well liked in Canada too. When Kraft bought them the response I ran into most was along the lines of "oh crap". I expect Kraft is already looking for corners to cut and before long Cadbury will be just as crap as their "processed cheese food".
Kraft, makers of plastic cheese and "edible oil products" is in the top 5?
No, they only do that when peril is detected.
I'm sure the type of people who will buy them will crash into a tree the first run while they are watching the speed.
"So we assume that although Apple has announced that these inspections will take place over the next few months, the exact timing of the inspections will be a surprise"
It depends, do they want to fix the problems, or do they want to look like they are fixing the problems while not doing anything that might affect the stock price.
Get a pink Hello Kitty drive.
I don't think the lack of CGI was the real problem. CGI makes a poor substitute for story.
Is that a way to say "Bulging Envelope"?
This is just like how the world was going to end when they didn't ban the VCR.
"SmarTone is going "too far" by cutting its unlimited package down to 2MB per month."
That would be too far... should be 2 GB I'm guessing.
The big guy (or sometimes two that pretend to compete) grab up all the exclusive deals and exclude any upstarts from entering the market. No need to compete on price or service if your the only game in town.
Exclusive deals suck for the public, they are only good for the big carriers.
is they want to sell the same exclusive rights to more then one company so they need walls. As soon as the www gets into it their business model falls apart.
If Channel 9 have the rights in your area, but they suck, and you can get it form some other area where they don't suck that's what you will do even if the ads are for stuff you can't buy.
Now Channel 9 are all butt hurt because they paid for exclusive rights (so don't need to compete on price or quality) and think they own you.
Look at stuff like iTunes where I can only buy from my local site. I can't buy something from iTunes Japan because the wrong exclusive rights holder gets the cash, even if that means I can't buy it at all because it's not available from the local site. And they don't even have advertisements, it's the exact same file.
As in "your holding in wrong"?
It might not work as well on a 4, but the real reason is Siri is one of the "amazing new features" of the 4s so they can't have it working on an old phone.
Yes, they are not going to go anywhere they way they are.
Apple's walled garden has worked because they were able to get their walls around most of the other gardens. Most of the big things people want can be found inside itunes.
A Sony only garden can't compete, other labels are not going to be in a hurry to give their stuff to Sony.
Even if they split it's not a sure thing (MS is on their third attempt with Windows Phone after "plays for sure" and Zune failed) but they have no chance as they are.
You can't make content work better on Sony devices, you can only make it work worse on other devices by crippling it. That just ends up with the bootleg being better then the official copy.
Sony Music is Schizophrenic enough all on it's own. I was creating a webpage for a Japanese band's visit to Canada so I had to deal with their label Sony. One group giving me pictures and video clips another telling me to remove them, and another telling me that they had to be impossible to download from our site (told them our security was equal or better then their site... right click, save as) and required that I post iTunes links... for US iTunes as they were not available from iTunes.ca.
Then after a while your house explodes?
Set the DNS servers to point all http requests at a "your computer is infected please contact your support department... click here for more info" type page. Give it another month before killing them.
The phone I had last had a wonky 7 key. Half the time it didn't work, the rest I got 4 or 5 of them.
So by your logic I should look for a phone without a 7.
While that would make sure I don't have any problems with 7s, I don't think that would be a better phone.
that they put into blocking 3rd party ink / ink refills (they even region code ink!) into new products / webOS they would still be great and not a sinking ship.
We are selling our PC division, wait no we changed our mind... Brilliant!
So is an Etch A Sketch.
No they would give them (another) bag of money.
In Canada only Telus list the Lumia 800, but as "coming soon" with no price. Rogers has a Samsung Focus, Bell has nothing. I only checked the big three but I don't expect any of the little guys have any since they tend to sell stuff the big three didn't sell last year... Maybe they will be selling winphone next year.
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