The line-ups for the ‘Like It Live, Like It Together’ experiences — hosted in New York and Las Vegas — were decided entirely by the brand’s online Facebook following. The fans could vote with Facebook ‘likes’ for their favorite cocktails, music acts, foods, leisure activities and forms of entertainment, which Bacardi then converted into features at their events. For example, a blog entry on the event notes how the Bacardi Facebook tab asked its users whether they preferred old school or newer video games. As old school video games received the most ‘likes’, the brand unveiled a large arcade with retro games such as Pac-Man at the following event. Tickets for the parties could be won through a competition, whereby entrants were required to write on the Bacardi Facebook tab about the three best experiences they have ever had with friends. Final line ups included high-profile acts such as Cee Lo Green, Aloe Blacc, Kid Cudi, Tamara Sky, DJ Irie and Travis Barker.
Foodzy, a self funded start-up based in Amsterdam, launched in private beta in April and opened to the public this week. Users can save their data for a limited time for free, or get full access to your data, charts, and diet planning for $15 a year.
Michael Krell of Crowdflow takes the location data from 880 iPhones for the month of April 2011 and creates a time-lapse video that shows how iPhone users flow across Europe. It is pretty hypnotic. There are three videos that are worth watching.
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