In Russia, Google Ads Get Subversive || Techcrunch What are people Googling in Russia? A group called Ovoscham replaced bus shelter ads on the streets of Moscow with their own subverted Google ads which read more like political commentary. The ads takes the familiar Google ads showing what a celebrity is Googling, and turns it on its head. Umapper founder Adrei Taraschuk provides us with the following translation for search queries in one of the ads, presumably showing what a typical Russian citizen might be ‘searching’ for: Police without bribes Government for the citizens Construction without kickbacks Alternatives during elections Fun without alcohol Whistle blowers (or people with active civil position) Television without lies There are more details on this blog (in Russian).
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I am not a mac person…. maybe, the only part I like about mac is its lighting “apple” logo…. It does look shining in the dark. Apparently, lots of people share this point as me, and try to add more fun to the logo, making it more eye-catching. Snow’s Revenge Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s ……..? Apple Stickers
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Alguno de ustedes ha jugado el famoso juego de adivinar en qué lugar del tablero tiene escondidos sus barcos tu contrincante? Esto es exáctamente lo mismo, sólo que cada vez que adivinas obligas al otro a tomar un shot de alcohol, el resto de las reglas siguen igual. El juego fué diseñado por el brasilero Mauricio (Tony) Harion, quien invita a jugar de forma moderada. [English readers] Enigma – Battleship Drinking Game. Classic Battleship game turned into a simple to play (and fun) bar game. It´s played just like the usual Battleship game with one addition. Enigma, Sænkeslagskib fra noquedanblogs.com