Power Gig, a new video game that touts the use of 'real guitars,' has a great new spot in which some dudes load up a plane with those 'fake' Guitar Hero guitars and drop them into a live, bubbling volcano in Iceland. Not sure who did the work, but it was funny to see a link to the spot Tweeted by CP+B's Andrew Keller – because Crispin lost the Activision Guitar Hero account a few months ago. On to promoting the competitors, apparently.
The girl who quit her job via dry erase board was a hoax concocted by the owners of the website that originally posted the photos at 3am in the morning, The Chive. TechCrunch has a ridiculously long article about it if you want to know more. New to Los Angeles the 22-year-old aspiring actress from the photos, Elyse Porterfield, has local ties – she's from Greeley, Colorado of all places.
Does this kind of thing piss people off more than it endears them to The Chive's website? People hate being fooled.
Build a site, www.themostrefreshingpint.com, that requires people to hit the refresh button again and again (and again and again) for the chance to win tickets to the V Festival in the UK or plenty of cans of Strongbow. Refreshing, get it. Agency: Lean Mean Fighting Machine.