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5 things that rocked our week #6

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It’s back! 5 things that absolutely rocked our week at Chez Manifest.

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From stuffed Squirrels to tins of Mortal Terror – A year in the life of Manifest

‘Tis the season to get all nostalgic, so as we hit December I have compiled the first ever Manifest review of the year. It’s been a crazy one, including the world’s smallest HD camcorder, the world’s most alcoholic beer, the world’s smallest protest and the world’s first monster supply store. So, without further ado – here are Manifest’s highlights of 2010:

Naked geeks

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‘Come as you are’ say McDonald’s in new ads

The new McDonald’s ads are gathering online attention rather rapidly. Mostly down to the lead ad featuring a Dad and his (unbeknownst to him) gay son.

It’s quite refreshing to see, but when you break it down it’s not that controversial and wouldn’t be out of place on Tarrant on TV. More videos here & here.

E-Lectioneering

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The great British election is a funny beast. Set in it’s battleship-grey suit and mismatched tie, it plods onwards with a familiar gait – boring everyone into submission through dire party election broadcasts utterly devoid of creativity (and usually, policy).

2010, however, was going to be different. 2010, it was said by many, ‘will be the first social media election’. ‘We’ll do an Obama’ was the battle-cry of the pallid campaign men.

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The changing face of the media: Did You Know 4.0

This video is the fourth in a series of annual reports on media convergence. The statistics are great (although very USA-centric) and the message is clear – the social media revolution is no longer ‘the next big thing’, it is a phenomenon happening now.

The most interesting soundbite it pulls out suggests that what fits inside our pockets now will, in 25 years, fit inside a blood cell.

What do you think?

Posted via web from Manifest Communications

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