- China will soon become the Number One English speaking country in the world.
- India has more honors kids than America has kids.
- The top 10 in demand jobs in 2010 did not exist in 2004
- We are currently preparing students for jobs that don't yet exist ...
- We using technologies that haven't been invented in order to solve problems we don't even know are problems yet.
The Pepsi Shaolin Monk boy Commercial Video starts with a white boy knocking at the door of a monetary.
The monetary is the Shaolin Monastery or Shaolin Temple, is a Chán Buddhist temple at Song Shan near Zhengzhou City Henan Province in Dengfeng, China. The monetary was founded in the 5th century, the monastery is long famous for its association with Chinese martial arts and particularly with Shaolin Kung Fu and it’s the Mahayana Buddhist monastery perhaps best known to the Western world.
Story of the “Pepsi Shaolin Monk boy ad Video”:
An old man welcomes a white boy in a monetary with a face that says “what you want foreigner boy”. The old man leads him in to the monetary. It is the story of a boy learning from an old Buddhist Shaolin Monk master. After a view years training the, the boy has got a man, he demonstrates his raw power by flying around like Bruce Lee before breaking 3 bricks with his hands. He accomplished everything he dreamed of. Amazing the commercial ends by everyone celebrating with pepsi. Each monk downs a can of cola and sets it down in front of himself. There is a strange symbol on everyone’s for head. Suddenly the young Monk understands and slams his head down upon the empty pepsi can, crushing it flat. You guessed it, he has a huge “pepsi can print” on his forehead.
So the story tries to tell us that even Buddhist monks like Pepsi, who knows maybe even Monks drink Pepsi some times ;-). How ever the Pepsi Shaolin Monk boy Commercial Video is a great sample for a viral commercial advertising Video.
The Pepsi Commercial – Godfather Girl is a Pepsi Video commercial ad from way back with a little girl and her grandpa at a restaurant ordering pizza and Pepsi.
Summary a girl and her grandfather walk into a restaurant, but the girl’s drink isn’t the Pepsi she ordered, so in a Godfather voice she expresses how she feels. All pretty funny but the best bit comes right at the end and has nothing to do with the little girl, her grandpa or the barman.
If you havent seen the Godfather movie (but who has not 😉 ) you might not understand this very much.
This is an amazing Pepsi commercial, you have got to see it!
Basically the banned Priceless Mastercard Blowjob Commercial Video is a very funny commercial for Mastercard involving a guy asking his girlfriend for a blowjob, with a very funny result. Written and directed by Scott Quigley, this is a widely recognized online commercial from 2001. Even there is no pornographic or obscene material in this Mastercard Priceless Commercial Video it was banned maybe because of the adult language that is used. The stars of the movie are Matt Prater and Marla Altschuler . The scenestealing sister is Joy Christie Di Cresce.
Levi’s – Blind man Video – The Blind man commericial Video for Levi’s Pants. A banned commercial of Levis Jeans that aired in the United Kingdom.
Finally I found this old Levi’s Jeans commercial spot! It’s one of the best Levis Jeans Commercial Videos I have ever seen. This Levis commercial spot was made in 1991. Brad Pitt is from my point of view one of the best actors, he has been in the entertainment business for over 20 years and he’s definitely stood the test of time! Brad Pitt was very young in this Pepsi commercial, and no one could have known 1991 that he would be such an icon, expecting maybe the Pepsi Cola advertising guys, well done guys ;-).
The Pepsi Copeland Group Video …
No Need for Drastic Measures, You Got the Job Commercial Video …
The Pepsi “I am Good” Commercial Video from the Super Bowl 2009
Holy crap the first one would hurt so bad!!!
… uhaa I am not sure the guy in the limo that hit his head on the wall would say I “am good” LOL …
Pepsi Truck Commercial Video – Trend setter P. Diddy alias Puff Daddy is stranded on a desert road before he get picked up by a Diet Pepsi Truck that drives him to an award show. What ever Mr Diddy drives is cool, so as you can see in this clip, Diet Pepsi trucks are cool. Because of this pretty soon everyone is driving a Pepsi Truck.
Did You Know 4.0?
- A surge of new technologies and social media innovations is altering the media landscape.
- Convergence is everywhere. It’s easier than ever to reach a large audience, but harder than ever to really connect with it.
- These changes are affecting the way people behave. Are you ready for the future?
- Well over 1.000.000 books are published worldwide every year.
- A Google Book scanner can digitize 1.000 pages every hour.
- Americans have access to over: 1.000.000.000.000 web pages, 65.000 iPhone apps, 10.500 radio stations, 5.500 magazines, 200+ cable tv networks
- There are 240.000.000 TVs in the U.S.. 2.000.000 are in bath rooms.
- When was the last time you read a newspaper in the loo?
- Print circulation: Newspaper circulation is down 7 million over the last 25 years. Online Readers: But in the last 5 years, unique readers of online newspapers are up 30 million.
- This year, traditional advertising is in steep decline. Newspapers 18,7 %, TV 10,1 %, Radio 11,7 %, Magacines 14,8 %.
- Meanwhile, digital advertising is growing rapidly. Mobil 18,1 %, Web 9,2 %
This is another official update to the original “Shift Happens” video. This completely new Fall 2009 version includes facts and stats focusing on the changing media landscape, including convergence and technology, and was developed in partnership with The Economist. For more information, or to join the conversation, please visit mediaconvergence.economist.com and shifthappens.wikispaces.com.
Check the Did You Know 4.0 Video:
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