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Google puts kodachrome in new Chrome ad

Motion Theory created this fun, stylistic spot for Google's Web browser, Chrome. Google doesn't put out much in the way of self-promotional advertising, so it's always nice to see what happens when they do. The spot is actually one of 11 short videos Google commissioned to advertise Chrome. The batch also includes the one below, by Christoph Niemann. The foot-tapping tune in the spot above is "The Lucky Ones" by Tim Myers. The song was also used in one of those Canadian Lay's spot from Juniper Park earlier this year, and featured in an Ugly Betty episode. Another track by Myers popped up last year in an ad for the Saturn Aura.

—Posted by David Griner

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