Remember Me is the new upcoming video game debuting this June set in Neo-Paris. In the future, mega corporation MEMORIZE creates a device for people upload their memories online. The human experience will never be the same.
“In 2013 it is safe to say that memories are the last private and intimate pieces of ourselves that haven’t been uploaded to social media for others to see. Every day, everything we see, hear, touch and feel is stored in real time in our brains. Our memories define who we are. In the future this final barrier will, no doubt, be brought down; it is inevitable.”
Abercrombie & Fitch has been battered with negative press ever since the CEO of the fashion clothing brand publicly announced that he only wanted ‘the cool kids’ to wear his clothing. That’s why he only hires attractive people and doesn’t make plus sizes of his clothes.
(Apparently no other clothing company hires attractive people…)
The web exploded in anger to this revelation.
As a way to stick it to the man, Gkarber set out to change the brand. He bought out all the A&F clothing he could find at the thrift shop, and headed to Skid Row in Los Angeles, one of America’s largest populations of homeless people, where he handed out the high fashion clothes to the needy.
Now, in just two days, the video has garnered over 1.9 million views, and a grueling debate over the content creator’s tactics.
Many feel involving the homeless was taking advantage of them. BeauxSelector asks, “Er…but what if the homeless don’t want to be ‘Fitched’?! I’m sure people living on the street might welcome new or warmer clothing, but to use them as pawns for this sort of agenda seems a bit misguided to be honest.”
The marketers at Old Spice are famous online for specializing in weird, crazy, and insane commercials. To the glee of countless dedicated fans, they haven’t veered far from their original formula.
In their newest advertisement, titled Baby, football player Terry Crews is shocked to discover that ‘everything is talking’ after he touts Old Spice’s new shaving gel. But he is more surprised to find he has a baby son with an uncanny resemblance!
Already, the new commercial has accumulated over one million views.