Scent vacation! Clenching! Star Wars remixed! The inescapable promotion! We heart Charlie Brooker! Logos! Ridiculous academic pursuits!

  • Woop
  • February 10, 2011
  • Ben Fahy

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Studies have shown it's physically impossible not to like the Old Spice ads.

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Skittles continues the weirdness and clenches the rainbow.

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Star Wars: The Director's Cut (if you work in a fun-hating office, might be a good idea to put your headphones on).

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You can't escape a deal this good.

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The God of the cynics Charlie Brooker has a new show called 'How TV ruined your life'. And it's 15 minutes well spent.

If social media were a high school;Cricket World Cup logos through the years; a gym that charges you for not exercising; and marvel at the world's most ridiculous academic pursuits with the winners of the Ig Nobel awards.

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Are Sky TV's new Sky Go offerings a sign of things to come?

  • Media
  • April 24, 2018
  • Findlay Buchanan
Are Sky TV's new Sky Go offerings a sign of things to come?

Earlier this month Sky updated its Sky Go App, a move that connects customers with Sky Go on the go, with the addition of catch up TV, box sets and on-demand content on mobile and tablet. We talk to chief product and technology officer Julian Wheeler about how business is going, and what else Sky has to roll out in the next 12 months as it moves forward from a linear TV model and into an expansive network across multiple screens.

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