random musings

Nov 07

[video]

Sep 04

helloyoucreatives:

Actually from a tattoo studio but equally applies to advertising via The Drum

Truthiness

helloyoucreatives:

Actually from a tattoo studio but equally applies to advertising via The Drum

Truthiness

Aug 02

[video]

Jul 28

[video]

Jul 14

[video]

Jul 13

[video]

Jul 03

helloyoucreatives:

A handy guide on how and when to use QR codes. 


Just Don’t Do It.

helloyoucreatives:

A handy guide on how and when to use QR codes. 

Just Don’t Do It.

(via poptartcreative)

Jun 18

[video]

[video]

Jun 17

ai-yo:

thegoddamazon:

logic-and-art:

thatpointlessidiot:

krudman:

I thought to myself when I saw this, “no. This has to be some one being silly. This has to be something some one fabricated to make microsoft look worse and people just aren’t checking the source.”
NOPE. IT’S REAL.
AND IT GOT WORSE:

WHAT.

I want everyone to think long and hard on this information.
This means that you are not buying your games.  You are paying 60+ dollars to rent the games from Microsoft, and they can take their game back whenever they feel like it.
You will not own your game.  You will not own your console.  Essentially, Microsoft is saying “We can disable your games and cut you off from accessing your console whenever we choose to.”  Because a ban that locks your XBox Live account means that you will be locked out from all non-game functionality of the system, and by revoking your ‘licenses’ on all your games associated with your account, they can then disable each and every game you own for the system.  Leaving you with a five hundred dollar cable receiver.  Or, in the case of most users of the console, a five hundred dollar paperweight.
All because you accidentally walked into some online glitch and the rest of the players rage-report you for cheating.
This is unacceptable.  Buy any console but an XBox One.  Do not support Microsoft’s sudden belief that they own everything despite our purchase of it, and we have to prove we’re worthy of being shared with by paying exorbitant fees and jumping through constant hoops and hoping someone doesn’t report us for cheating because we made them mad in an online game.
Tell Microsoft ‘No,’ and do not give them your hard-earned money for what amounts to a video game subscription service with a $500 starting fee and $60+ dollar purchases.

Signal boost

It’s like they love shooting themselves in the dick.

This only solidifies my theory on Nintendo and PlayStation hypnotizing them


No soup for you.

ai-yo:

thegoddamazon:

logic-and-art:

thatpointlessidiot:

krudman:

I thought to myself when I saw this, “no. This has to be some one being silly. This has to be something some one fabricated to make microsoft look worse and people just aren’t checking the source.”

NOPE. IT’S REAL.

AND IT GOT WORSE:

WHAT.

I want everyone to think long and hard on this information.

This means that you are not buying your games.  You are paying 60+ dollars to rent the games from Microsoft, and they can take their game back whenever they feel like it.

You will not own your game.  You will not own your console.  Essentially, Microsoft is saying “We can disable your games and cut you off from accessing your console whenever we choose to.”  Because a ban that locks your XBox Live account means that you will be locked out from all non-game functionality of the system, and by revoking your ‘licenses’ on all your games associated with your account, they can then disable each and every game you own for the system.  Leaving you with a five hundred dollar cable receiver.  Or, in the case of most users of the console, a five hundred dollar paperweight.

All because you accidentally walked into some online glitch and the rest of the players rage-report you for cheating.

This is unacceptable.  Buy any console but an XBox One.  Do not support Microsoft’s sudden belief that they own everything despite our purchase of it, and we have to prove we’re worthy of being shared with by paying exorbitant fees and jumping through constant hoops and hoping someone doesn’t report us for cheating because we made them mad in an online game.

Tell Microsoft ‘No,’ and do not give them your hard-earned money for what amounts to a video game subscription service with a $500 starting fee and $60+ dollar purchases.

Signal boost

It’s like they love shooting themselves in the dick.

This only solidifies my theory on Nintendo and PlayStation hypnotizing them

No soup for you.

(Source: voldey, via httpshikari)