In a new 90-second spot, created by the people behind the Nike ads, Facebook tries to get some of those gooey, Apple-like emotions for its brand. With a chair.
Clint Eastwood's berating of an invisible Obama launched a viral "Eastwooding" meme, but it was the president's response that garnered the most Twitter traction.
Twitter users around the U.S. are posting pictures of empty chairs, spreading a growing meme now known as "Eastwooding."
Wow. It doesn't take long for Twitter to tap into the cultural zeitgeist. Invisible Obama, fast made famous at tonight's RNC, gets an account that goes from zero to nearly 20K followers in less than an hour.
What better way to recover from the halftime show? More ads that continued to offer little in the way of originality of either strategy or execution. On the other hand, we had Clint Eastwood advertising Chrysler and Detroit.
The WikiLeaks founder has reportedly been asked to work the runway in an upcoming menswear show by designer Ben Westwood, son of the legendary Dame Vivienne.
Having been rather quiet since an episode with a chair, your favorite social network would like to remind you that it's more than just baby pictures and political ranting.
The Legend of Zelda straps on some six shooters and emerges as a miniseries Western mash-up on YouTube. Will Link ride off into the sunset? Sort of.
The president's acceptance speech also helps push tweets about the Democratic National Convention to the 4 million mark on the final day.
One of the salient themes in Super Bowl ads was bringing manufacturing back to America. A lesson for Apple?