For those who haven't had the opportunity to try Google Glass, the wearable device can safely be described as a work-in-progress when it comes to utilities. But boy, does Glass…
Does the big Super Bowl ad die or adapt? Deutsch's Brent Vartan, Digital Pulp's Gene Lewis, Grey's Tor Myrrhen and Crossmedia's Kamran Ashgar weigh in.
360i's Adam Kerj, the man behind the Oreo blackout tweet, explains how Super Bowl ads should evolve.
Highlight the space below to see who the advertisers are: Volkswagen Squarespace Bud Light Toyota Highlander Wonderful Pistachios Bud Light (again) M&M's Jaguar USA AXE Butterfinger Dannon Oikos Hyundai Elantra CarMax Audi GoDaddy Kia
Your Super Bowl Ads are already upon us but who is advertising what?
When Does the Super Bowl Ad Die? Part 1: Ask The Digital Guys
Lauren Reeves shares her beauty secret.
Also this week an Israeli cop movie with a Tarantino stamp of approval and Devil's Due
Bravo's new vp development replaces the outgoing Andy Cohen
This week's news and previews from the Ad Cave
- From Moscow to Mumbai, These Agencies Make Today's Best Campaigns
- The iPhone 6 Should Make Mobile Ads a Bigger Deal
- Jim Parsons Hits the Stratosphere
- Meet the Hero Designer Who Publicly Shamed Showtime for Asking Him to Work for Free
- Ad of the Day: Ideas Are Feared and Neglected in a World of Shortsighted Cretins, Says GE