January 2008

The story of Corey Worthington and his infamous party made front page on the newspaper. Soon after this media interview became viral, quickly reaching the top ten over at Video Viral Chart. Merely hours after this story exploded on the interweb, slapcorey.com was launched. What better way could Vivo Group market themselves than through what they claim to do best? At more than 500,000 hits, I'd say this is a great example of UNM2PNM....

When we use the Interweb, we surf naked. Nothing is left unseen and we lose our privacy in its entirety. There is an SMS service in Australia called Bongo (199BONGO) which can answer any question or tell you about any person, so it claims. Bongo's website says to have a massive data base, and after doing a check on me, I was somewhat surprised with the responding SMS...

In case you missed it, the title of this post is sarcastic. In fact, I speak it fluently. Anyway, as I sat down to watch my newly purchased DVD, Knocked Up, it got me thinking. At the start of every movie is an anti piracy clip lasting about thirty seconds. You can see the Australian version here...