As you’ll see in the video, it might not make total sense. Nevertheless, it warms my heart to see books get some attention in a more fun way, as many publishers and retailers are very similar in their approach to communication.


(H/T Creative Criminals)

Pocket books that fit on a pocket

If you feel aggressive and want to keep that emotion alive when on Facebook (or the opposite), you should get this browser extension by Lauren McCarthy. It uses Facebooks own research, so it should be as accurate as it can be. I tested it and it seems like it works. Although it made Facebook very slow, so I uninstalled…



(H/T Adverve)

A Facebook feed that matches your mood

I love GIFs, so I have to post this. Even if I would’ve chosen other GIFs…


(H/T Digital Buzz Blog)

GIFs released into the real world

Vacation time

Although the blog is but a few months old, I am already in need of a vacation. Not that it’s that difficult, but since I am of from work as well (except for some location scouting, which is almost not working), I’d really love to stay as much offline as possible.

Also here’s a song. It’s the sound of my mood for the next 3 weeks (I hope it doesn’t have a some weird subliminal message…).


I’m a big whiskey lover (although in no way a connoisseur). And a romantic. So this spot is right up my alley. I’d just wish they had ended it around 1.50. I get why they wanted some humour and not keep it too classic. But I think the song and the visual beauty was enough. Anyway, check it out.


(H/T Ads of the world)

The Parting Glass

I dunno. While it is very unbeautiful, it is also very appealing and refreshingly fresh.





By Ville Kallio.

(H/T The Curious Brain)

Different in a good way

Well, that’s annoying Facebook

Facebook is suggesting people should unlike pages. Or at least that they can. Obviously they do it to help people get a better and more relevant feed, which is nice. And although it is just another reminder for brands to be relevant, it is also a little annoying because social isn’t easy and some clients will take this is another sign of Facebook not being as good as they thought it was. But as a private user I totally dig it…


(H/T AllFacebook)