Why should someone pay millions of dollars to exhibit it once on SuperBowl, if they can publish it on YouTube and reach a much broader audience? The same director of the 1984 ad, Ridley Scott, made “1.24.14”
"What is Facebook to most people over the age of 25? It’s a never-ending class reunion mixed with an eternal late-night dorm room gossip session mixed with a nightly check-in on what coworkers are doing after leaving the office. In other words, it’s a place where you go to keep tabs on your friends and acquaintances. You know what kids call that? School.”
More than 199,000 people had their dreams of going to Mars (and never returning) crushed today.
Mars One dramatically slashed its applicant pool, whittling the candidates from 200,000 down to 1,058, meaning only one-half-of-one perce…
When I read about this experiment, I can’t avoid to compare it to the first settlers of the Americas; they too went to a New World on a one-way trip and they too died in droves.