It’s Friday! If ever there was a day to devote to tomfoolery and such, it’s today. Following up on the wild success of our last “The Winningest Photo” contest, I present to you the new and improved International version of The Winningest Photo.
The rules are simple. This photo is so awesome, it must have won some sort of photo contest. Name that contest.
New rule added this time, PC has to run all entries past his wife before hitting “submit”. The people have spoken.
So, a TV station in Australia holds a weekly contest called “The Pitch”, in which marketing companies are presented with an impossible to sell idea, and then compete head to head to see who can most effectively sell it to the average Oz. This week’s topic?
I was going to dedicate this post to the one or two or four creative people on the Addison Road gang. Problem is, it seems, that there are more than two or four or even seven creative people on this site.
My list kept getting longer, and I kept thinking of new people to add…
So…this one’s for all of the creative types — you know who you are.
Google has a “suggest” feature that lets you type a few words, and see what the most common google searches are that begin with those words. Here’s is a huge screen capture of whole bunch of common sentence beginnings, and how your fellow human beings use the Googlemonster. Enjoy!
Step 1: Write a short script
Step 2: Translate that script from English to French, using Babelfish
Step 3: Then into German
Step 4: Then back into French
Step 5: Then back into English
Step 6: Then film it.