Well, this is hilarious on a few different levels. Stock video provider Dissolve has taken the text of Kendra Eash's brilliant advertising takedown, "This Is a Generic Brand Video," originally published by McSweeney's, and set it to actual stock video clips.
An outdoor ad campaign in San Francisco is trying something novel to stop people from texting and driving: public shaming. Graphic designer Brian Singer has furtively been taking photos of people texting behind the wheel along the 101 Freeway and posting them to a website, Texting While in Traffic, or TWIT for short.
It can be pretty gut-wrenching to watch your smartphone delete all of its contents before your eyes — cloud or no cloud. So when LeBron James tweeted Wednesday "My phone just erased everything it had in it and rebooted. One … Continue reading →
What is a meme? How do you pronounce gif? What is considered an infographic? What’s the difference between a gif and a cinemagraph? As we begin to take a deep dive into the complex world of sharing images online, I thought it was important to first go over online image terminology. I want us to be [...]