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Lonely: Learning to Live with Solitude Emily White McClelland & Stewart February 9 2010 A brave and revealing examination of an overlooked...
commentary Did Google's ukulele-strumming promo vid for its high-tech specs make you a little queasy? You may well appreciate this skillful, and perhaps insightful, parody by culture jammer Jonathan McIntosh.
During a Times Square art project earlier this year, viewers trained their iPads on various billboards and were rewarded with virtual reworkings of the ads.
Google's co-founder lets California's lieutenant governor and Current TV talk show host Gavin Newsom try on a pair of Project Glass specs, without revealing much of how they work.
Ad-busting programs so far have posed only a minor threat to Web businesses, but now that Siemens is developing its own version, ad-driven sites may have more to worry about.