A NJ town is proposing banning flags, banners, and pennants. What's left of advertising?Read more »
In January The Silver Tour will begin a three-month saturation TV campaign broadcasting "Should Grandma Smoke Pot?" in Washington D.C, and as many cities as finances permit. As little as $10,000 can buy 100 half-hour broadcasts.Read more »
Just in time for Memorial Day (the day set aside to remember those brutally killed in the racket that is war) the Congress has voted to once again allow the federal government the ability to domestically distribute propaganda.Read more »
South African fast food company Nando's makes light of murderous dictators in its latest campaign. "Dictators: They’re just like us. They enjoy dinner parties, the odd trip to the beach, and busting synchronized dance moves at karaoke."Read more »
Ghostery is a free browser add-on that tracks the trackers, such as ad networks & behavioral data providers. If you're tired of creepy, targeted ads popping up & following you around as you wander the internets, it might be for you. I just installed it & am trying it out.Read more »
Aldous Huxley, social critic and author of Brave New World, talks to Wallace about threats to freedom in the United States, overpopulation, bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising, and television.Read more »
The PA dept. of revenue recently started a "tax amnesty" program for people who "owe" PA back taxes. The advertising campaign they launched for this, with the money of the people they are attempting to extort, is, to put it mildly, super creepy. All of them are along the lines of "we know who you are, where you are, and WE OWN YOUR STUFF." The URL goes straight to their advertising campaign webpage, where they have kindly posted all of the spots, probably thinking they are funny, rather than threatening and creepy.Read more »
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