Monthly Archives: February 2008

The BLF’s Newest Latest

Our friends over at the Billboard Liberation Front have posted their latest improvement. The fun doesn’t stop there. An excerpt rom the BLF’s press release: The Billboard Liberation Front today announced a major new advertising improvement campaign executed on behalf of clients AT&T and the National Security Agency. Focusing on billboards in the San Francisco […]

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Google Adwords Judo

A reader named Greg emailed with a firefox plugin he wrote that, instead of blocking ads, automatically clicks on all Google Adwords for you. As Greg explains: It is incredibly simple, it simply clicks on adsense advertisments as you surf. You don’t get any money for that, but it is like giving money to every […]

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James Howard Kunstler on Public Space

In this video James Howard Kunstler picks apart urban development in the United States, getting a few laughs in the process. In talking about creating “places that people care about” this struck me: “The public realm is the physical manifestation of the public good. And when you degrade the public realm you will automatically degrade […]

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On Propaganda Today (NYC)

Where the Truth Lies: A Symposium on Propaganda Today Friday February 15th, 2008 The Graduate Center City University of New York 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Speakers include: David Brancaccio, Milton Glaser, Maro Chermayeff, Stephen Duncombe, Sam Ewen, Stuart Ewen, Jeffrey Graham, Julia Hobsbawm, and Eugene Secunda. As the presidential race shifts into high gear, […]

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Urban Visions Panel at CCA (SF)

San Francisco Arts Commission Art on Market Street Program presents San Francisco Urban Visions Panel led by artists (and Anti-Advertising Agency members) Packard Jennings and Steve Lambert at California College of the Arts (CCA) in San Francisco. Co-sponsored with CCA’s Graduate Fine Arts Program and Livable City Date: Monday, February 4, 2008 at 7 PM […]

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