• The Kate Upton and Snoop Dogg Totally Baked Music Video for Hot Pockets

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    ...moments of entertainment brilliance interrupted by seconds of the wtf's.

  • Google Chromebook, For Everything Built-in

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    Nice commercial, and this damn song is going to be stuck in our head all time!

  • Toronto Event: AndroidTO, A cool $1 million up for grabs

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    AndroidTO is less than a week away, got your tickets yet?

    Created by the Yorkville Media Centre & BNOTIONS in 2010, AndroidTO is an annual conference dedicated to educating developers and professionals in the mobile space and specifically the Android operating system. AndroidTO seeks to drive innovation and adoption of the Android mobile platform by developers and businesses of all sizes.

    WHEN: October 17th, 2013.

    WHERE: AndroidTO 2013 will take place at the Scotiabank Theatre (259 Richmond Street West, Toronto, Ontario)

    GOODIES:
    ● $1 Million in Google Cloud Platform Credits
    ● 3 smartphones including the Moto X and LG G2 from Rogers
    ● A Xperia Z1 smartphone and Xperia Z Ultra tablet from Sony
    ● Collectable Android Figurines from Mindzai

    More about the event HERE, know enough and want tickets then go HERE.

  • Hyundai and PK Subban, Helping kids get into the game

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    We aren't big fans of anything connected to the Montreal Canadians here at the Toronto Egotist, but when Habs star P.K. Subban teams up with Hyundai to support kids and hockey we're all on the same team.

    Subban is the spokesman of Hyundai Canada's "Hockey Helpers" campaign which includes the microsite HyundaiHockeyHelpers.ca. Get your butt over there and support our kids!

    The campaign was created by Innocean Canada.

  • Dragon's Den Arlene Dickinson Intro to YouInc

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    Arlene Dickinson talks to Canadian entrepreneurs about the benefits of YouInc.

    "Creating YouInc made good sense to me. Dragon’s Den certainly gave me the platform to meet and work with countless entrepreneurs. And my business, Venture Communications, has been helping companies grow for decades. I know what it means to be an entrepreneur. And I saw there was no place online that really spoke in the voice of an entrepreneur, or that truly understood that this was a lifestyle choice - one that could lead to great success, personally and professionally."

  • Student Work: "Starbucks, Coffee That Inspires"

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    Out of Hamilton's Mohawk College, a nice idea for a print campaign for Starbucks.The "Bench", "Cave", and "Cafe" are the work of art director Curtis Denomme (currently freelance AD at Agency59) and copywriter Clayton Vrenjak (currently interning at The Title Group).

  • Toronto's Open Creative helps Bier Markt celebrate 32 days of Oktoberfest

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    Lay out your lederhosen. Toronto-based Creative Shop Open has launched a new campaign on behalf of Bier Markt, showing that when it comes to Oktoberfest, nobody does it better.

    To highlight Bier Markt’s commitment to this beeriest of festivals, Open created a social media Biervent calendar – the Oktoberfest answer to the advent calendar. Housed on Bier Markt’s Facebook page, the Biervent calendar will countdown the 32 days of the festival with a billboard that features a new headline each day, such as “Rock Out With Your Sauerkraut” and “Bier and Lederhosen. So In Right Now.” The campaign also features OOH and TSA ads that reflect the Biervent calendar headlines.

  • Toronto Editing Studio Panic & Bob Bring To Life Visionaries at FoST

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    Toronto based Panic & Bob Editing were at the heart of The Future of Storytelling conference (FoST) in NYC. This exclusive invitation only event is a gathering of top executives, technologists and creative elite sharing a common vision: Reinventing the way stories are told.

    Panic & Bob, a boutique editorial house helped bring to life the stories of two of the visionaries speaking at the engagement, Tom Perlmutter of the National Film Board of Canada, and retail dynamo Angela Ahrendts, CEO of Burberry. In the short films, both visionaries unveil how new methods and technologies are shaping the way stories are told.

    Panic & Bob’s partner Sam McLaren comments; “Storytelling has forever been at the core of communication and is our social currency. Changing technologies have always influenced the ways stories are told, but now more than ever, the rapid change of mediums and methods are infusing a new exciting dimension to the ways we 'tell the tale'.

    McLaren continues: “We are here the heart of the conversation at the Future of Storytelling conference because we think it’s important to be part of the conversation as the creative industry evolves and storytelling plays a greater role in captivating audiences.”

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