Ooh yeah, here’s the Good stuff.
Below is a snippet of what we’ve sent to our subscribers today – some Good things to watch. The email version also has Good stuff to read, listen to and a few extra bits too, including a discount code for this year’s ASDIE. But, those extras are only for subscribers.
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Anyway, here’s What is Good to watch this week…
The Uncensored Playlist
In some countries, being a journalist is a really tough gig as they face censorship at every turn. However, music streaming sites are rarely blocked. So, using that as a loophole, Reporters Without Borders Germany have turned the written words of various reporters into songs, to ensure those words still make it out into the world. Genius.
Snapchat on TV
Snapchat launched its first TV advert this week, strongly insisting that they are a camera company, not a social network. For our money, this ad is somewhat dull and seems to be answering questions most people were asking about three years ago…but it’s interesting to see the approach they’ve taken nonetheless.
Find your hummus
When it comes to 1 April pranks, Google are usually very good. This piece from their Israel office claiming they’ve invented a hummus API to help you find your perfect hummus recipe was particularly fun…even if it did make us hungry.
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