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Colossal Spark is a crowdsourcing Colossal Joke →

Colossal Spark is a brand new crowdsourcing website for advertisers, and creatives alike. Now I know what you’re thinking: Great, another exploitive site a la Victors and Spoils, where the partners make a boat load of money while enlisting thousands upon thousands of minions to work for free or next to free. I’ll bet they’re just waiting patiently to be bought out by a holding company, there by making even MORE money.

But wait! It’s totally not like that, you guys.

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KNGF / The Royal Dutch Guide Dog Foundation - Veteran Dog / War zone - (2014) :35 (The Netherlands) →

KNGF / The Royal Dutch Guide Dog Foundation - Veteran Dog / War zone - (2014) :35 (The Netherlands)

It’s a battlefield. There’s ringing in the soldiers ears as he tries to assess the situation and what just happened.

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Taylor Swift - Shake It Off - (2014) (USA) →

Taylor Swift - Shake It Off - (2014) (USA)

Taylor Swift, the girl so many seem to love to hate, has come out with a new song explaining that she just shakes it off. Good for her. The video shows all sorts of shaking, twerking, hopping, pop locking, street dancing, ballet dancing and modern dance.

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Byronesque "My dear Bustle" (2014) 1:11 (USA) →

Byronesque "My dear Bustle" (2014) 1:11 (USA)

New York based content agency Plus collaborated with vintage fashion company Byronesque to create a short film featuring Yohji Yamamoto’s Bustle coat from his 1986 Fall collection.
Zebra Katz did the music for this lovely piece of eye candy.

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National Neurological Institute "News From the Past" (2014) 1:30 (Macedonia) →

 National Neurological Institute "News From the Past" (2014) 1:30 (Macedonia)

This is very exciting— it’s Adland’s first submission from Macedonia! And what a great one, too.
When our red-headed CEO and editor gets back online I need to have her update our countries list below.

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The Satire tag is finally here, brought to you by facebook. →

Finally, the constant joking that we needed an irony or satire tag in HTML has become a reality, as Facebook introduces the satire tag which will weed out the Onion posts from actual news so people can stop being confused by the web. My, when did we all become so gullable? Perhaps when they removed the word from the dictionary, to paraphrase an old joke.

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