Talk about and share drawings and art made with ASCII text or anything to do with the subject of ASCII text art.
To post a message with ASCII art, I've found that it works to use the Rich Text version of the Yahoo message editor, copy your text from a plain .txt file then in the Yahoo editor, select the courier font then paste your text. This preserves the spacing when the message is displayed on Yahoo.
Figuring that out was actually the real reason I started this list. My first attempt to paste ASCII text art on another user group didn't work and I wanted to work out the solution without flooding my other group with my experiments. :-)
"I don't see how Coca-Cola was trolled. Gawker did precisely what Coke asked them to do, provide negative tweets, to which coke the proceeded to do precisely what they said they would. The issue here is in Gawker then trying to make more of cokes campaign than what was there."
"Make it happy!" Coca-Cola's new marketing campaign exhorts. The campaign, introduced during a Super Bowl commercial, is accompanied by a stunt through which Twitter users reply to negative tweets with the hashtag "#MakeItHappy"; Coca-Cola then transforms those tweets into cute ASCII art. "We turned the hate you found into something happy," @CocaCola chirps.
Ladies and gents, here's your Worst Brand Tweet of the Week!
Laura Brown's insight:
I read the post but I still don't see how the ASCII art has anything to do with Hitler or "Mein Kampf" (which seems to be a very long essay you can find online).
The writer really does not explain his problem with this ASCII art and I don't understand how he connects the art or the quote to something negative. I guess it was something to write a post about and get attention.
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