Sperm! Beer! Snacks! Human dog! Cured meats! Famous people! Hunting!

  • Woop
  • September 9, 2010
  • Ben Fahy

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Tammy Davis fronts a campaign for a company called Iwi Kireme (a subsidiary of the quite entertaining Next Level Maori, apparently) that hopes to collect "our finest genetical little wiggly guys in order to create a better race of Aotearoians mingled with magical elements".

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Masculinity is under attack. But if you drink VB, it might just come back.

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Snacks get weird: first Skittles, then Doritos, now Mentos.

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Is it a dog? Is it a human? Is it the demon spawn resulting from an act of unnatural love? Or is it all some kind of amazing trick?

A call to arms (with cured meats) for the Salami Fighting Association; rare photos of famous people; a cool print campaign for IBM; and if you haven't had a play with the Tippex YouTube experience yet, you should.

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Inside Spark's customer-centric core

  • Tech
  • November 19, 2018
  • Erin McKenzie
Inside Spark's customer-centric core

Fair to say, Spark is more than a telco. In recent years, it's transitioned into the music space, sports, and business support. This evolution has been accompanied by a digital transformation and at the Adobe Symposium, Erin McKenzie sat down with data powered customer engagement lead Lena Jenkins to talk about Spark's tech and people-focused core.

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