I love JetBlue. I've flown them only a handful of times, but they are one of the airlines I always look to when searching for flights. They really do offer a better experience, especially when many of the other airlines are cutting corners and charging ridiculous fees. Enough of the promo.
These spots are great. Very funny. Very too the point. And very true of the industry. Enjoy.
Samsung isn't the only one going after Apple and AT&T for the issues with the iPhone4 antenna issues. Motorola just put out an ad that is pretty funny and is clearly taking a shot at the iPhone. I happen to like the Samsung ad better, but Motorola's is still clever. Do you have a preference? Hit up the comments.
So this is this guy named Brian. He is pretty much copying my idea of how to get a new girlfriend. He is going about it a slightly different way, but ultimately his idea is the same. Except that he is actually doing it (I did make a good faith effort however).
Here's his shtick…
So, basically his 5+ year relationship ended and he wants to find a new girl. I don't blame him. His goal is to go on thirty dates with thirty girls. I'm not sure if it is thirty different girls (what if he hits it off with one?), but hell I'd take 10 dates with qualified women.
It's like my idea in the sense that you are using some medium to broadcast the fact that you are single and ready to mingle. My method was website and billboard. His happens to be website and Twitter.
He's a bit of an oddball IMHO, but I applaud his effort. I know it's hard to bounce back and I know I did some crazy things after my relationship ended. More power to the guy.
And Brian, if for some crazy reason you get around to reading this, I highly suggest sky diving. It'll shake things up.
It kind of gave me chills. I don't know why except that I know I love finding and sharing clips. Maybe it is the thought of all the fun times I've had huddled around a computer screen with friends and family watching the clips. It is amazing to think that YouTube has only been around for 5 years. It seems like it has been a part of our lives forever.
In related news, YouTube will soon add a button allowing you to skip the ad before a video clip. At first this seems crazy, but it is actually a really good idea (IMHO UPDATE: and apparently others). The benefits are that you will be able to track how many people actually watch your ad (a statistic very hard to come by), advertisers will not pay for ads that aren't watched, and ultimately it will mean ad content that is better targeted to the viewer and hopefully pretty interesting.