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.... and we've secretly replaced the usual news about snow with some relevant releases and newsmill postings about the super bowl in Sweden. Lets watch as we're ignored by the press written by our fellow countrymen once again, shall we?

Worlds largest super bowl commercials collection - 38 years

Meanwhile Check us out in the New York Times (as the source for the ads).


It's so long ago now. I was working late in an otherwise quiet building, all alone in my little workspace, gardening in the commercial archive as the parties raged at the nighclubs in Amsterdam just a block away from me, and the SAG strike raged in California a day away from me.


While I was off busy celebrating "jul", episode 11 of the advercast went live. In it, we spoke about breeder bingo, salaries, bitchiness, sex and sexism and I've already summed up my thoughts here.


Have you seen Duval Guillaume's latest ad for Alfa Romeo yet? In it, they show a filmed story of how they lower a poster to the lowest point on earth (which it isn't by the way), to make a point about low prices. Oh, hardy-har, isn't that clever. No. It's a long way for a drink of water, and the only way it'll spread (as the agency hopes, I'm sure) is if the punters believe that they actually did this. Watch the film.


It's about five-six hours ago that we wrapped it up now, me Bill Green of Makethlogobigger and Angela Natividad Live and Uncensored recorded show 11 for AdVerve (@Adverve) where we talk about sexism in advertising. Sexist ads, and sexism at the workplace. I'm still kicking myself for yet again not managing to be ...what's the word, oh yeah, diplomatic. I know that whatever I said on this topic will probably return to bite me in the ass sooner rather than later, each word chosen should be carefully so, but I've never been that good at filtering between what my brain thinks and what my mouth says.


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