Tommy's in the well! The best bit! Social experiment! F**k me! Harry Potter, remixed! Fun with slow motion! And other e-delights!

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  • February 17, 2011
  • Ben Fahy

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Silly Tommy. Smart truck. In our humble opinion, one of the best ads from the Super Bowl, but check out the Nielsen blog to see which ones claimed advertising victory.

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Saving the best bit for last. Another quality Super Bowl effort.

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Social experimentation at its best for KLM.

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DDB NZ just released an 'acoustically-led montage' for Cadbury. And its colleagues at DDB Sydney have gone down a similar track for Volkswagen.

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Harry Potter: The Director's Cut (as the clip says, probably not safe for work, but it depends where you work).

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Fun with slow-motion.

An amazing new product for bitter couples; go Barbra Streisand; Wildfoods takes it to the limit; and is this the future of smart phones?

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