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How Emojis Can Change The World (And Pizza)

Emojis have been around for donkey’s years; from it’s birth back in 1999 with the likes of MSN Messenger, we’ve been able to portray complex emotions like smiling or crying, without using those terribly complicated words – but now the humble emoji has come of age. The most worthy proof of this has been from WWF, who’ve recently launched their #EndangeredEmoji campaign. To kick it...

Make your cat an Instagram superstar with Whiskas

Cats are a staple of internet entertainment. Scroll through your social media feeds and it won’t be long before you stumble across a feline, frolicking around on your screen; but up until now, the cat has merely been the subject and not the creator, leading Whiskas to ask, what do they get up to when we’re not looking? So, to ‘empower’ the cat, they’ve created Catstacam, a small collar...

Charity arcade machines introduced by the Red Cross

Out at Stockholm airport, the Swedish Red Cross have come up with a genius way of increasing donations. Playing off the popularity of retro gaming, they’ve re-introduced classic arcade machines that accept any foreign currency for people to start playing. A fun, nostalgia fueled way to contribute to charity – what better way to spend your waiting...

Reach your creative peak with “The Problem Solver”

Creativity isn’t an exact science, but here’s a good attempt to crack it. Danish brewery, Rocket Brewing Co. teamed up with agency CP+B Copenhagen to create “The Problem Solver” – the most creatively inducing IPA ever made. Although, in this instance, quantity does not equal quality. Instead this grand, 7.1% bottle of ale uses science to measure the exact amount you’ll need to...

Tesco launches Secret Scan-ta for twitter inspired gift ideas

With the festive season will into its stride, Tesco and We Are Social have got in on the act by launching their “Secret Scan-ta” microsite. Designed to help those arduous gift decisions, simply type in the twitter handle of your recipient, then Santa and his little helpers will trawl through all of their tweets to identify their key interests. You’ll then be presented with the, supposedly, perfect gift that...

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