All of the Creepy Things Facebook Knows About You

Facebook knows more about your personal life than you probably realise. As part of the company’s increasingly aggressive advertising operation, Facebook goes to great lengths to track you across the web. The company compiles a list of personal details about every user that includes major life events and general interests. For years, details have been murky about how exactly the social network targets ads—but the company has finally given us a glimpse into how the secret sauce is made. Read More >>

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Samsung Really Wants You to Laugh at the iPad Air

Samsung doesn’t like Apple. Samsung doesn’t like Apple’s customers. Judging from these new ads poking fun at the new iPad Air and iPhone 5s, Samsung still doesn’t like Apple's products, too. Read More >>

The Navajo Know: Posting Photos Online Shouldn’t Mean Selling Your Soul to Advertisers

From the Navajo Native Americans to Aboriginal tribespeople, many cultures around the globe have feared the soul-stealing properties of the photograph. Whether it be captured on film or, in the age of digital photography, a .jpeg or RAW file, there have always been those wary of the spirit-sapping power of the camera, for spiritual reasons or the simple defense of vanity. Read More >>

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It’s Hard to Imagine a Classier Ad For Cup Noodles

There's a special place in most of our hearts for instant noodles. Whether you have no time, no money, or no will to live, Cup Noodles is a comforting Styrofoam haven in a cruel world. But it's definitely associated with sterile corporate break rooms and student living more than pastel animations or farm to table. But this advert tries to make you see Nissin Cup Noodle differently. Read More >>

3D Ads Between Suitcases Make Japan’s Luggage Carousels Far More Fun

One of the most tedious parts of air travel is waiting for your bag to arrive on the luggage carousel after a long flight. But in Japan, the wait is far more bearable because the luggage carousels are covered in fun 3D advertisements humourously selling you everything from sushi to the local produce. So here's yet another reason to complain about Terminal 5 at Heathrow. Read More >>

Phones Were More Interesting in 1979

Sure, most of the handsets in this Bell advertisement are pretty hideous—but it was the late '70s, man. These were hideous times. And besides, I'll take the wacky "Sculptura" and "Stowaway" over today's sea of black blech rectangles. Read More >>

Canadian Music Studio Brandish Poop Flute for the Holidays

I hate posting advertisements, because it makes me feel like an idiot, but when a company debases itself with a flute made out of faeces — how can I resist? Enjoy, if you dare. Read More >>