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[21 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]
Watch Pixar’s Brave Movie Trailer: Breaking Traditions

Watch the Brave Pixar Trailer

The new Brave trailer is out. Pixar has been known to produce high quality, clean, family friendly movies on a consistent basis. I always look forward to Pixar movie releases. They never really disappoint especially compared to lot of the garbage “family” movies out there.

One thing I wonder is how Pixar will go about portraying the breaking of traditions. In our culture, media often romanticizes and promotes the idea of self independence and doing what you feel is right, often at the expense of tradition and responsibilities…

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[18 Nov 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
Dr. Pepper Ten Commercial – Not for Women

Coke has Coke Zero, Pepsi has Pepsi Max, and so Dr Pepper now has Dr Pepper TEN. Dr Pepper TEN caused quiet a stir from it’s launch due to the funny and semi-controversial ad. The TV commercial shows a mini-action film where a manly man drives through the dangerous jungle, Dr Pepper TEN in one hand, while shooting enemies and punching snakes with the other… be a man, drink Dr. Pepper TEN!…

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Internet, Video Games »

[9 Nov 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
iOS & Android Beats up Nintendo in the Gaming Market

Flurry Analytics, a mobile analytics company, has come out with a report showing the shift in mobile gaming from traditional console providers such as Sony and Nintendo towards mobile systems such as iOS and Android.

In 2009, Nintendo DS accounted for 70% of all game software revenue. iOS & Android was at 19%. 2011 thus far estimated will see Nintendo drop to 36% while iOS and Android will eat up 58% of the gaming market revenue. This is out of a total portable game revenue pie of $3.3 billion dollars…

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[27 Oct 2011 | One Comment | ]
Hi, I am Siri, the Humble Killing Personal Assistant

Siri the Humble Personal Assistant is Born
Apple recently released the iPhone 4S packed with a new Dual-core A5 chip, an excellent all new 8MP camera, an assistant named Siri, IOS5, iCloud, and… wait a what?!

Siri is your “humble personal assistant” as it or she… will tell you.

See some hilarious responses from Siri to various questions like the “What is the meaning of life…”

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Internet, Social Media, Video »

[19 Oct 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
YouTube Statistics – Growing like a Man Child [Infographic]

YouTube Statistics – Growing like a Mad Child
YouTube is celebrating it’s sixth birthday and the statistics are in… It’s a man child.

A mere two years ago, we wrote a post called “YouTube Statistics – The Ultimate Time Suck”. This article is currently the one of the most popular posts on Clean Cut Media. However it is amazing how quickly YouTube has grown. 90% of the YouTube Statistics you see out there are clearly outdated… thus here we’ve gathered some of the most current data, straight from YouTube and from articles dated in the last month. Enjoy!

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[17 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
“Skinny Water” says Skinny Always Gets the Attention

Skinny Water Says “Skinny Always Gets the Attention”

A recent Skinny Water advertising poster shows a lady standing before a throng of photographers with the headline “Skinny Always Gets the Attention.” Basically the message is that one assured way of getting attention is to be skinny. Normally low-calorie drink producers tend to market as a “healthy alternative” highlighting drinks that are low in calorie but high in vitamins. Skinny Water takes a completely different approach by simply saying, you need to be skinny, so drink a zero calorie drink…

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Internet, News »

[8 Oct 2011 | 5 Comments | ]
3 Ways Steve Jobs & Apple Ushered the Mobile Marketing Age [Infographic]

Those who are now reading articles about how Steve Jobs was a visionary may not realize how much he really revolutionized every industry he touched. It isn’t just the iPod product or the iPhone product that he helped bring to conception. He created brand new industries and millions of jobs. Numerous companies out there can credit their existence to much of what Steve Jobs contributed to the technology sector…

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Video Games »

[3 Oct 2011 | One Comment | ]
Did You Know Your Children Can Buy M Rated Video Games?

Should Video Games Stores be allowed to Sell M Rated Games to Kids?

US Supreme Court ruled that, YES, game merchants should be allowed to sell M rated games to kids. The US Supreme Court ruled on Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association formerly Schwarzenegger v. EMA) deciding that the 2005 California law that prohibited sale of violent games to minors as unconstitutional. The SCOTUS ruled in a 7-2 vote…

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Internet, Social Media »

[30 Sep 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
Most Followed Twitter Users & Brands [Infographic]

Twitter Growth History Visualized

Twitter has been growing very quickly and has changed a lot over time. In the beginning many were wondering, what was the point? Is it a bunch of teenagers chatting away?

Slowly twitter is becoming more defined as a medium of communication for businesses, brands, celebrities, customer service and a place to connect to professionals and those with similar interests. Twitter has also become a valid source of news information and quick way get a pulse on any trending topic.

See the top twitter brands with the most followings after the jump.

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Movies, TV Shows »

[15 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
Band of Brothers TV Series [Review]

Band of Brothers by no means should be shown to children. It’s a war movie, and a realistic one at that. Just like Saving Private Ryan, there are plenty of realistic violence. There is also plenty of cursing, which of course is expected as it is a war movie…

Band of Brother – Was it Clean? What were some of the themes?
See after the jump.

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Internet »

[12 Sep 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
When AOL & Geocities Ruled: The Internet 1996 vs 2011 [Infographic]

Who here remembers when AOL first came out?
The annoying modem sounds, the hundreds of chat rooms, the a/s/l?
Am I dating myself here?

Who here remembers Geocities?
Creating that first personal webpage full of nasty graphics and icons. YES!

Who here remembers Prodigy and Compuserve, AOL’s big competitors?

Who here remembers Netscape going up against Internet Explorer as the browser of the web?

If you remember, then you are… probably old…

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