For Those Who Go Music/App Crazy

APP: Spotify to launch new apps!

Just when Spotify couldn’t get any better, music listening awesomeness service announces a new app platform!  Teamed up with music heavyweights such as Last.fm, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and We Are Hunted, the music listening service just got more amazing.  

Imagine reading lyrics on Spotify while listening to the song - there’s an app for that.  

Imagine reading a Rolling Stone review on the band you’re listening to - there’s an app for that.  

Imagine creating a playlist based on your mood - yup, there’s an app for that, too.

It’s too good to be true!

For Those Who Are Then & Now & Maybe Stealing Your Ideas

MKTG: Then & Now - 100 Years of Chevrolet

Really sweet commercial, where old photos are placed against their modern counterpart to show how Chevrolet has been with you through all the iconic moments.  However, Mashable hypothesizes that the creative idea was actually stolen from popular blog Dear Photograph that blends old photos with present times.  Whichever the case, I can only think, “Dammit, why didn’t I think of that?”  

That’s when you know it’s a good idea.

For Those Who Blur Consumer/Consumption Lines
ARTICLE: Rebecca Minkoff lets Instagram fans be a part of advertising campaign
Users who take Instagram photos of Rebecca Minkoff products and tag it will be eligible for inclusion in her upcoming advertising campaign.  She states that the fans have given her so much, it’s time to give back.  
That should score some brownie points.

For Those Who Blur Consumer/Consumption Lines

ARTICLE: Rebecca Minkoff lets Instagram fans be a part of advertising campaign

Users who take Instagram photos of Rebecca Minkoff products and tag it will be eligible for inclusion in her upcoming advertising campaign.  She states that the fans have given her so much, it’s time to give back.  

That should score some brownie points.

For Those Who Need A New(s Feed) Change

ARTICLE: Everything You Need To Know About the New Facebook Layout

Personally, I like the new changes.  It gives me more control over what I can see/not see, and makes photos more fun to view.  But I can’t help but notice that these are extremely similar to Google + features.  Looks like Zuckerberg is stealing someone else’s idea, again.

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