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Virgin Mobile Wants to Colorfully Brainwash Customers - Posted March 12, 2013
What about the trucker who just had to sit there while a waitress poured fake coffee into an overflowing mug? Or the egg on top of a diner table? The guy swimming with sharks? The wind-up brain toy? The geeky guy playing with a giant ball of yarn? Aloe vera tissues?... [MediaJobsDaily]

Virgin Mobile Wants to Colorfully Brainwash Customers - Posted March 12, 2013
What about the trucker who just had to sit there while a waitress poured fake coffee into an overflowing mug? Or the egg on top of a diner table? The guy swimming with sharks? The wind-up brain toy? The geeky guy playing with a giant ball of yarn? Aloe vera tissues?... [AgencySpy]

McSweeney's To Host Radio Drama on KCRW - Posted November 19, 2012
McSweeney's will host a radio drama on Los Angeles' KCRW during two broadcasts on November 24 and 25 at 5 p.m. PT. You can listen to the broadcast live ... [GalleyCat]

Facebook Smartphone in the Works? | Apple Rejects Flattr Apps | Wayne Coyne Talks Twitter - Posted May 29, 2012
 Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. ... [SocialTimes.com]

Musicians Make Connections On Twitter - Posted May 25, 2012
Twitter is a great place to witness celebrity meltdowns firsthand, but it's also a great place for them to make connections. And for musicians, this is helping more of them leap right past that "awkward introduction" phase straight to "let's collaborate!" The folks over at ... [TVSpy]

Musicians Make Connections On Twitter - Posted May 25, 2012
Twitter is a great place to witness celebrity meltdowns firsthand, but it's also a great place for them to make connections. And for musicians, this is helping more of them leap right past that "awkward introduction" phase straight to "let's collaborate!" The folks over at ... [AllTwitter]

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