Posts Tagged: Media & Ads

Edinburgh TV Unfestival 2007

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Just spotted this via backstage.bbc.co.uk; “Edinburgh TV Un-Festival 2007: This year the MGEITF (Media Guardian International TV Festival) has spawned its own fringe event, the TV Un-Festival. This day-long event which takes place on Saturday 25 August will centre around the clash of the well established TV world and the constantly accelerating Internet world using… Read more »

WIG

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So there have been a couple of mainstream newspaper articles that have been doing the rounds recently about the whole public side of the What Is Goth debate that have attempted to make a connection between ‘goth’ and ’emo’ as if it were a continual line. Personally dislike the concept of trying to align one’s… Read more »

Absolute, DontStayIn, links and bombs, IE7

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I’ll be heading through to Edinburgh tomorrow evening to visit . We shall be heading to Absolute (no, I don’t think they know what futurepop is). £3 entry! Not sure what’s happening on Saturday, probably staying in and getting sozzled. Saying that, if you’ve ever found the various ‘alternative electronic’ styles on DontStayIn handy, you’ve… Read more »

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News The strange case of the man who took 40,000 ecstasy pills in nine years – Heh, crazy dumb-ass. The UK’s first number one song based on download sales alone. – Nuff said. Health insurance may be mandatory in Mass. – That’s, um, one way of doing it… Fish not as amazing as previously thought?… Read more »

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Yum–yum Humor The Second Annual MySpace Stupid Haircut Awards! – This guy has an impeccable knowledge of super hero haircuts. Bluuuurgh (for lack of a better link text) – Sick of fashion? Sudan man forced to ‘marry’ goat – And they only made him buy it in the end! Snake ‘befriends’ snack hamster – Like,… Read more »